To join our claim against Equifax, you need evidence that your personal information was involved in the data breach.
Equifax wrote to 693,665 UK customers confirming that they had their data breached. Equifax also wrote to a further 167,431 UK consumers whose landline telephone numbers were already published in the public Phone Book. If you are one of the people who have received such a letter, you can claim for Equifax data breach compensation.
However, many victims will not have received a letter from Equifax. And, even if you never used Equifax directly, your data could be compromised if you applied for a loan, mortgage, etc. (if the provider used Equifax to check your credit score).