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Mastercard goes TITSUP in US, UK: There are some things money can't buy – like uptime - The Register

The RegisterMastercard goes TITSUP in US, UK: There are some things money can't buy – like uptimeThe RegisterUpdated Register readers, and quite a few other people, have been left with dead credit cards after Mastercard's payment system took a dive on Thursday. "Mastercard went down this evening," one Reg reader, based in Britain, told us privately. "Couldn't ...and more »12-07-2018

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Mastercard goes TITSUP in US, UK: There are some things money can't buy – like uptime
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Updated Register readers, and quite a few other people, have been left with dead credit cards after Mastercard's payment system took a dive on Thursday. "Mastercard went down this evening," one Reg reader, based in Britain, told us privately. "Couldn't ...

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