BATAVIA, Ill. — Aldi here said that would-be data thieves tampered with payment card terminals in its stores in as many as 11 states over the summer. The compromised terminals, which have been replaced in all locations, could capture customer information such as names, PIN numbers and account numbers, Aldi said. Aldi previously disclosed it was cooperating with authorities investigating fraud related to its stores. It said stores in Connecticut (greater Hartford area); Georgia (greater ...

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