QUINCY, Mass. -- As a follow-up to its announcement last week that five of its Rhode Island stores and a Massachusetts store had experienced a security breach involving payment terminals, Stop & Shop here posted a consumer alert on its website regarding scam artists posing as Stop & Shop officials. The chain warned consumers not to give out personal information to anyone on the phone claiming to be from Stop & Shop or other institutions. "Scam artists can easily obtain ...

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