FILE PHOTO: Employees work at a Target store in California. Albert, Alberta-January 15, 2015. REUTERS/Dan Riedlhuber/Files
(Reuters) – Target Corp on Sunday said it was not able to process, select the payment cards in the shops for about 90 minutes due to a supplier problem, for the second year in a power failure allowing the retailer in a week.
The victim said that the payments to the vendor (NCR) will experience a problem at one of our data centres are on a Sunday afternoon, which will affect the retailer’s stores.
The incident was related to Saturday’s glitch, the company said in a statement via e-mail, adding that the problem has now been resolved and payments are going through.
The company has had to contend with a power outage on Saturday due to an “internal technology issue,” who have been stopped for customers in the United States, and to pay for in-store purchases.
The problem was not a security issue, and no payment information has been compromised at any time, the shop will be added.
A fault in a network device in June 2014, it also causes problems for the Target of the payment processing systems, according to reports in the media.
Reporting Ishita Chigilli Palli Bengaluru; Editing by Sherry Jacob-Phillips