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Do you have a Capita data breach compensation claim?

In 2023, Capita was hacked. The company provides admin and support services to hundreds of UK pension schemes, and criminals managed to access the data of thousands of pension holders. So the breach has far-reaching consequences.

The data accessed in the Capita hack could include:

  • Personal data, including names, dates of birth and National Insurance numbers
  • Financial information such as bank details
  • Other valuable and sensitive information

Over half a million pension holders and their beneficiaries may have had their data stolen in the Capita hack. If you are one of them, you could be due compensation and your journey to justice begins now.

Who has a Capita data breach compensation claim?

If you answer yes to either of the following questions, you could have a no-win, no-fee Capita compensation claim.

  • Have you been told that your data was involved in the Capita data breach?
  • Are you a pension beneficiary of someone who has been told that their data was accessed in the hack?

Let’s make sure you get what you deserve.

What can you do if you are affected by the Capita data breach?

If you are a victim of the Capita data breach, you could be entitled to compensation. At Join the Claim, we’ll help you get it.

Connecting victims of the Capita data breach with a legal dream team to ensure they get the support they deserve – all on a no-win, no-fee basis – we’re the ultimate matchmaker for justice seekers like you.

In this case, we’ve joined forces with KP Law, a legal firm running a Capita data breach group action. One of the most experienced multi-claimant law firms in the UK, KP Law has already helped to secure compensation for victims of large data breaches such as Ticketmaster and British Airways.

For more information about the Capita data breach action and our partnership with KP Law, visit our Capita group action page.

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