Find out if Equifax breached your data

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Up to 15 million people in the UK could have had their details compromised in the Equifax data breach. But Equifax still has not informed everyone who had their data privacy rights violated. This is because this breach occurred before the implementation of the GDPR when the rules around the reporting of data breaches were not as strict.

At Keller Lenkner UK, we have launched a group action against Equifax. And it is easy to find out if you can join.

Equifax knows exactly who was impacted by this data breach

All you have to do to find out if your details were exposed in this breach is to ask Equifax if you were involved. Keller Lenkner can make a data request to find this out for you .

Simply sign up below and we will contact Equifax on your behalf. There are no costs to sign up and no obligation to proceed.

Who is likely to be eligible to claim against Equifax?

  • Anyone who used an Equifax security product (e.g. credit monitoring services) between 2015 and 2017.
  • Anyone who applied for a loan, mortgage, etc. during the data breach period. (if the provider used Equifax to check your credit score).

The UK’s data protection regulator – the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) – has already found Equifax to be in breach of its data protection obligations and has fined the business as a result. But any money received by the ICO goes back to the Treasury, not victims of the data breach. The only way UK victims of the Equifax data breach can get compensation for any harm and/or distress experienced is to take legal action.

In the US, Equifax has agreed to pay over £400 million to compensate victims. UK consumers deserve compensation too.

To join our Equifax data breach group action compensation claim you need to register with us. It is vital to sign up ASAP to ensure you do not miss out.

Contact Keller Lenkner UK’s expert data breach lawyers to discuss the Equifax data breach.

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