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Lasula Data Breach

Lasula Data Breach

Online fashion retailer, Lasula, announced they had suffered a data breach in which customers’ personal information and card payment details were stolen by criminal hackers. If you have been subject to this data breach, you could be entitled to claim compensation in excess of £6000.

Lasula announced in July 2018, just 2 months after the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), that hackers had breached their systems and unlawfully taken customers details. They refuse to confirm how many of their customer’s details were stolen but it is estimated many customers could be at financial risk due to Lasula’s failure to adequately protect their customer’s data.

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Lasula is an online fashion brand for womenswear and has close to 1 million followers on Instagram. If you have ever purchased items from the Lasula website –, you could be at risk of identity fraud, cloned bank cards, spam emails and/or calls as well as having direct debits set-up without your authorisation.

Lasula’s privacy policy states –

Don’t worry, we take the protection of your information mega seriously, so you can trust us that it’s all top secret’.

Unfortunately, this does not seem to be the case, as Lasula has failed to protect its customer’s private and payment data.

What data was taken?

The main customer data taken from the Lasula data breach include:


  • Card payments details – including CVV number and expiration dates
  • Full names
  • Home addresses
  • Delivery Addresses
  • Email Addresses
  • Telephone numbers
  • Company names and VAT numbers (if applicable)

How do I know if I’ve been affected?

Lasula notified potentially affected customers about the data breach on July 19th, 2018 using the email address: The email sent from this address had the subject line ‘Important notification regarding your personal data and card details’. To check if you have received this email, we suggest searching this title, the email address, or keywords such as ‘Lasula’, ‘Persona data’ or ‘Data breach’ into your email inbox, junk/spam folders and even your deleted items.

If you have received this email you have likely been affected by the data breach and your details could have been unlawfully taken by an illegal hacker. If this is the case, contact HNK today and we can pursue a claim for you on a no-win-no-fee basis.

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How we can help

HNK Solicitors have been successful in obtaining compensation for clients who have been affected by the Lasula data breach and have obtained settlement figures in excess of £6,000. We have a dedicated team of experts in data breach claims who will fight your case for you, ensuring you get the compensation you deserve.

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Contact us today to arrange a free no-obligation consultation. We will be able to assess your case and provide you with advice on making a claim.


We offer a no-win-no-fee service, which means it will cost you nothing upfront to start your claim.

Client Communication

Our dedicated team of Data Protection solicitors will handle everything for you and keep you regularly updated throughout the process.

What can I claim for?

If your data has been breached you can claim for both damages and distress. So, therefore you can claim for any financial losses or emotional distress you have suffered as a result of having your data stolen. However, you can also claim for the failure to protect your data, even if you haven’t suffered as a result, as, by law, they have a duty to keep your personal data safe.

What should I do if I think I’ve been affected?

If you think you have been affected by the Lasula data breach, you should seek legal advice to see if you are entitled to make a claim. Contact HNK Solicitors today for a free no-obligation consultation and we will be able to tell you if you have a case or not. If you do, we can then pursue this claim for you and get you the compensation you deserve.

How much will it cost?

Nothing upfront. If we deem you have a case that has a high chance of success, we will offer you a no-in-no-fee agreement. This means it won’t cost you a penny to start your claim and you won’t have to pay a thing if your claim is unsuccessful.

If your claim is successful, the legal costs which consist of the work HNK Solicitors has done for you and disbursement costs such as court and barrister fees will be recovered from Lasula themselves and the compensation you are rewarded. HNK cap the costs they take from your compensation at 35%, so no matter what you will get at least 65% of the compensation in the end.

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    Margaret Powell
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