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BA data theft: should I join the class action suit?

BA data theft: should I join the class action suit?

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This thread relates to SPG Law's proposed Group Proceedings against British Airways, in respect of the Data Protection Act 2018 (which incorporates the GDPR).
There is a separate thread that relates to the actual data breaches and their implications for customers, which is to be found here: BA Investigating Theft of Personal and Financial Data

The one law firm that currently seems to be persuing a Class Action against BA is SPG. They have a specific site set up at https://www.badatabreach.com/ - please make sure you check all the FAQs and terms and conditions and make sure the Class Action is right for you before you sign up.

* SPG is now PGMBM.
* Payments are being made through Shieldpay, who are seeming to be both lethargic and/or inept.
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Old Aug 10, 22, 12:46 pm
Join Date: Jan 2001
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Help me here please… My recollection is that I was offered 25,000 miles or something like that that’s part of a class action settlement and I excepted it… If so, when would the miles have been deposited generally speaking…?

Are the other people that are discussing what to do in terms of compensation people who held out and did not except the settlement and I’m looking to settle one on one with BA?
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