In what could be the latest data breach to strike U.S. retailers, Staples Inc. said it is investigating “a potential issue involving credit card data.”
The office supply chain, based in Framingham, Mass., said Tuesday it has contacted law enforcement and is “working to resolve the situation.”
“If Staples discovers an issue, it is important to note that customers are not responsible for any fraudulent activity on their credit cards that is reported on a timely basis,” Staples spokesman Mark Cautela said in a statement.
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