QUINCY, Mass. -- Stop & Shop Supermarkets here has reported on its website that it was notified last week of possible fraudulent activity at other retailers linked to credit and debit cards processed at two of its stores in Rhode Island. Upon investigating, the retailer discovered tampering of one checkout lane PIN-pad device in a store Coventry, R.I., and another at a store in Cranston, R.I. “As a result of this tampering, account and PIN numbers associated with some credit and debit ...

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