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Penn Yan ALDI is not having equipment problems

PENN YAN—ALDI Inc. announced Friday, Oct. 1, that stores in 11 states had tampered payment card terminals, which stole card numbers and information.
While New York is one of those states, ALDI said fraudulent activity is limited to the Greater Rochester area and the Lower Hudson Valley.
Sheriff Ron Spike said he has not heard about any complaints locally from customers. The Penn Yan Police Department reported the same thing. An employee who identified himself as a manager, but who declined to provide his name, said this was not a problem at the Penn Yan location.
According to ALDI’s Oct. 1 press release the tampered terminals were illegally placed in some ALDI stores. ALDI said they believe there were only a limited number of affected stores in each of the areas. The other states include Connecticut, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina, Pennsylvania and Virginia.
The report said when ALDI became aware of the crime, the company reviewed all stores and removed any suspect terminals. ALDI added additional security measures are being put in place to prevent this type of crime from reoccurring.



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