Hotel Data Breach Class Action Registration
Did you book a hotel through Sabre?
If so, hackers, might have your personal and financial information, including but not limited to: full name, card number, security pin, date of birth, address, travel information and potentially more. The room you booked, through Sabre, is responsible for your data being stolen.
Complete the registration form below to join this class action lawsuit. Your information will be kept 100% confidential.
Sabre was hacked. Millions of hotel guests' financial and personal information has been compromised. If you made a hotel reservation at Sabre using any major online booking website, your personal information could be at risk. There was unauthorized access to payment information contained in hotel reservations processed through their Hospitality Solutions SynXis Central Reservations system.
Why This Information Matters to You!
Wilshire Law Firm is currently investigating a claim based on this incident. If you made a reservation and submitted payment information to Sabre, please complete the registration form below to make your claim. Our attorneys will be seeking justice for those affected by this data breach. You may refer to the Frequently Asked Questions section for information about your rights.
Complete this form to find out and register now!
WHAT SABRE SHOULD HAVE DONE TO PROTECT CUSTOMER INFORMATION:
When booking a hotel, customers expect proper security; especially, relating to their private financial information. But instead Sabre allowed personal private information to be compromised. Non-authorized third parties gained access to private, financial information from Sabre – customers who never gave their permission or consent, nor did they expect that, while booking a room, that their debit and credit card information, name, date of birth, address, security code, was all being stolen.
Sabre owed a duty to consumers to provide proper safeguarding and protection of their information from threat of being compromised, lost, stolen, misused, and/or disclosed to unauthorized parties.
This duty included, among other things, designing, maintaining, and testing the company’s internal security systems to ensure customer information was, adequately, secured and protected. Sabre, also had a duty to implement timely processes that would detect a breach of its security system.
Timely disclosure would have been appropriate so that customers could have taken appropriate measures to avoid identity theft, monitor bank funds, account information, and credit reports for fraudulent activity.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What consumers have been asking us, since the matter gained national media attention.