Watford Community Housing Trust claims they have contacted the residents affected by the breach to provide information, guidance, and support. So, if you have received a phone call, letter, or email from Watford Community Housing Trust about a breach of your personal data, then you have likely been affected. They also claim they are taking a variety of steps to assess the potential impact on those affected by the breach, including any safeguarding concerns.
If you are still unsure if you have been affected, check your spam or junk folder to see if an email has been sent there, or search your emails for –
‘Watford Community Housing Trust’
Alternatively, or if you have any other concerns, the trust has said you should email –CustomerRelationsTeam@wcht.org.uk.
HNK Solicitors have a team of expert data protection solicitors with many years of experience dealing with data breach claims. We have been successful in obtaining compensation for clients who have been affected by data breaches against a wide variety of defendants based in England and other countries across the world. Under General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), you have the right to claim compensation for any inconvenience, distress, or monetary loss you have suffered as a result of your data being breached.
You have the legal right to have your personal information kept private, and any companies that do not comply with data protection laws should be held to account. If you have been affected by the Watford Community Housing Trust data breach, contact HNK Solicitors for a free no-obligation consultation. Our experts will be able to offer advice on pursuing a claim against Watford Community Housing Trust, and we may be able to mount a group litigation case against the trust to get those affected the compensation they deserve.