Equifax put your information at risk. Why let them get away with it?
In 2017, poor security processes at Equifax led to a huge data breach. But Equifax hasn’t informed everyone involved.
- If you used an Equifax security product between 2015 and 2017, your data could be at risk
- Even if you never used Equifax directly, your data could be compromised if you applied for a loan, mortgage, etc. and the provider used Equifax to check your credit score
- The UK’s data protection regulator (ICO) has already found Equifax guilty
- Equifax will pay $1.4 billion to compensate victims in the US. We believe that UK consumers deserve compensation too.
Make a No-Win, No-Fee Equifax data breach claim
We are dealing with all Equifax data breach claims on a no-win, no-fee basis. So you don’t have to worry about costs.
There are strict time limits in place for making Equifax breach compensation claims, so it’s important to act now.
Not sure if your information was included in the Equifax data breach?
Equifax knows exactly who was impacted by this breach. But you have to ask Equifax if you were involved. This is called making a Subject Access Request (SAR). To keep the process straightforward, Hayes Connor can make a SAR on your behalf.
REGISTER TO FIND OUT IF YOU WERE INVOLVED.
About Hayes Connor Solicitors
At Hayes Connor, we are true experts in data breach law. This is all we do, and we have been doing it longer than most other solicitors. What’s more, we have been working to defend consumer rights for over 50 years. As well as our experienced lawyers, our team also includes some of the UK’s best data breach barristers. This ensures our clients get the very best level of legal support available.
To become part of the Equifax group action, you will need to register via our form. There are no costs to sign-up and no obligation to proceed.