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Tesco apologises for payments glitch - AOL UK

AOL UKTesco apologises for payments glitchAOL UKTesco has apologised to customers after a glitch led to it taking up to three months to process hundreds of credit and debit card payments. The UK's biggest retailer said approximately 300 of its 1,700 Express convenience stores had been affected by ...Tesco apologises after payment glitch pushes customers into redThe Guardianall 22 news articles »14-02-2018

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Tesco apologises for payments glitch
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Tesco has apologised to customers after a glitch led to it taking up to three months to process hundreds of credit and debit card payments. The UK's biggest retailer said approximately 300 of its 1,700 Express convenience stores had been affected by ...
Tesco apologises after payment glitch pushes customers into redThe Guardian

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