My card details were stolen too....

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When companies suffer security breaches, it is how they handle them - and the customer - that counts.

It all started innocently enough, at the local shop when first the cashpoint and then the chip and PIN terminal unceremoniously rejected my card. Given that the card in question was well worn this wasn't that surprising. I paid with a different card and checked my account online, finding nothing ...

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