JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Several Winn-Dixie customers were double-charged by the retailer when using credit and debit cards last Wednesday, according to reports. The problem was companywide, the reports said. "We have every single team, and I can tell you this, from front-end to finance to customer service — everybody — working on this," Robin Miller, director of communications, Winn-Dixie, was quoted as saying in the Anniston Star in Alabama. The company's investigation was slowed by the ...
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