Even as plaintiff’s lawyers swarm like hornets, its stock price has plummeted and it has had to cut its dividend, Heartland Payment Systems has still not lost any merchant processing clients as a result of being the victim of the biggest card security data breach in history.

In a March 10 story that ran in Digital Transactions, Heartland CEO credited the company being very up front with its processing clients about the breach for keeping them as clients.


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