Two Shop 'n Save customers from Southern Illinois are among four people who have filed a class-action lawsuit, charging Shop 'n Save parent Supervalu with a data breach. The grocery store chain said last week that someone hacked into its computer network this summer and may have stolen account numbers and other personal information from customers who used a credit or debit card at its stores.
The lawsuit claims the company failed to safeguard customer data and failed to promptly notify customers of the breach. The Shop ‘n Save stores in the Riverbend, and Metro East, were among those stores that were impacted by the breach.
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