WASHINGTON, March 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Bibliofind today announced that it has learned of a security violation on its site that compromised the security of customer credit card information used on its servers between October 2000 and February 2001. Bibliofind has been in contact with federal law enforcement authorities on this matter, and today began notifying all affected customers directly by email. In addition to working with federal law enforcement agencies, Bibliofind has contacted the appropriate credit card companies so that they can take whatever steps necessary to protect their cardholders. Bibliofind has removed all customer credit card information, physical addresses and phone numbers from its servers. The site will continue to function as a "matching" service between buyers and sellers. We are working to bring the Bibliofind service back into operation shortly. About Bibliofind Bibliofind, founded in 1996, is a vehicle for creating an easy, efficient way to find and sell books on the Web. Bibliofind operates as a marketplace, aiming to be the best place for buyers to find more than 20 million used, hard-to-find and rare books offered for sale by thousands of booksellers around the world.