EasyJet Data Breach: 9 Million Customers Exposed

The personal details, financial information, email addresses and travel information of nine million customers have been exposed after the budget airline EasyJet was hacked. In addition 2,208 customers have had their credit card details stolen.

If you have been a victim, you may have already received an email directly from EasyJet. EasyJet have promised to notify all customers affected no later than 26th of May 2020.

We have already received hundreds of enquiries from concerned EasyJet customers. If you have received an email confirming that your data was exposed you are eligible to make a claim for compensation. It does not matter if you haven’t suffered financial loss or emotional distress, the mere fact that your data has been exposed permits you to make a claim. Please complete our online claim form in less than 2 minutes to start your claim today. 

If you are a victim of the EasyJet data breach it is important that you are vigilant to any unauthorised use of your accounts and phishing scams. Please update your passwords and be wary of any unsolicited contact from third parties