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If you have been the subject of a data breach - or your received an email stating that your personal data has been affected, accessed or used without your permission - you may entitled to make a complaint to the data protection commission and or receive redress for a breach of GDPR or the Data Protection Act 2018.

Usually, if you have received a notification of a data breach, then the breach was considered serious enough to contact you as a data subject under the Data Protection Act 2008 and or GDPR. This means there was a real risk to your personal data, your property or your personal interests.

The effect of such a data breach could have serious consequences; such as identity theft, fraud and, if applicable, illegal use of your credit card or payment details. Regardless, it can be very upsetting to be subject to a data breach and not knowing whether your data is still secure.

In order to protect yourself, or explore appropriate redress, you may wish to make a complaint about the data breach. If you would contact us with no obligation, please feel free to email us at with an outline of how you were notified of your data breach and your contact details.

We are happy to give you a free phone call consultation to see if we can help as you may be entitled to compensation.

Your data will be processed in accordance with our Privacy Policy.

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You are entitled to make a complaint and or seek redress for any breach of your personal data.

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