SCARBOROUGH, Maine — In the wake of the security breach at stores operated by Hannaford Bros. here that reportedly exposed more than 4 million card numbers and led to 1,800 cases of fraud, Visa, San Francisco, said yesterday that it is working to address the fallout with Hannaford, its banks and law enforcement. “Visa is in the process of providing card issuers the compromised accounts so they can take steps to protect consumers through independent fraud monitoring and, if needed, reissuing ...
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