Target stores across the nation over are confronting an issue that keeps customers from paying for their merchandise.
Saturday’s roughly two-hour-long blackout influenced all Target stores and was brought about by a blunder made during regular system maintenance, Target spokeswoman Jenna Reck confirmed to USA TODAY.
Sunday’s issue was random, brought on by an issue at vendor NCR, Target said in an announcement. It was not across the board like on Saturday.
The company said: “Our teams are troubleshooting now and we apologize for the inconvenience.”
The retailer did not provide a reason for the gigantic blackout and said it would provide an update when they have more information. It’s indistinct what caused the blackouts, however, the system has since been restored.
As indicated by Reuters, clients have whined about the blackout on Twitter, utilizing the hashtag #targetdown.
A few people reminded others to be tolerant and not reprimand the employees for an organization issue.
Target has in excess of 1,800 stores throughout the U.S.