I just got wind of this when I stopped by my bank this evening, and they handed me a new debit/atm card. Apparently, my card was used at Hannaford within the time period affected, so they want to cover the bases.
The odd part is, I never shop at Hannaford. Haven't even been on the premises or in that shopping plaza in at least two years.
I'm gonna call the bank's customer service number.....
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