Some consumers in New England who shop for food at Stop & Shop Supermarkets and for clothing at T.J. Maxx have recently had firsthand experience with the potential perils of using credit and debit cards.
As reported two weeks ago in SN, Stop & Shop, Quincy, Mass., discovered in mid-February that PIN-pad terminals at five Rhode Island stores and one Massachusetts store had been tampered with. Moreover, at two of those stores, in Coventry and Cranston, R.I., credit and debit card data ...
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