Update – 22/10/2018
Since our last update, we have continued with our investigation into the Ticketmaster data breach. As part of this inquiry, we have looked at the timeline of events and how Ticketmaster responded to the violation across the world.
As you are aware, Ticketmaster’s solicitors are due to provide a decision on liability by the 14th November 2018. Based on Ticketmaster’s response we are ready to launch litigation if necessary.
You kindly completed our impact form. If you reported that you became the victim of fraud following the Ticketmaster data breach (either to a card or a bank account), we will shortly be in touch to secure more details about this fraud to help with your case.
If you were not the victim of fraud at the time you completed our form, but have since suffered fraudulent activity, please email firstname.lastname@example.org quoting your reference to update us.
Unfortunately, fraudulent activity does appear to be continuing. And, if you have been a victim of fraud, we need to know the details to ensure we claim the full amount of compensation you deserve.
As you are part of a group action, we will soon be contacting a sample of those affected by the Ticketmaster data breach directly. This allows common issues to be tackled and used as a precedent for other cases in the action. In a group action, every single claim doesn’t have to be taken to court and through this approach, we can secure a quicker outcome for all concerned.
Of course, all claims within a group action are still settled based on their merits, and if settlements need to be negotiated as part of the process, then all clients will be contacted individually.
Should you have any questions, please send them to email@example.com so that we can compile these and answers for all clients.