MODESTO, Calif. — Save Mart Supermarkets here last week removed credit/debit card readers from the self-checkout lanes at 20 stores after discovering the units had been tampered with. The company said it discovered the units had been tampered with during routine maintenance, but had not been notified of any reports that customer accounts had been compromised. “Steps were taken immediately remove the tampered card readers in the affected stores, as well as enhanced security ...

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