Lots of customers throughout the United Kingdom have been charged twice for debit card payments following a glitch, which noticed clients billed two times when paying through a card terminal operated with the aid of Cardnet.
The error affected approximately 5% of payments made on machines on 29 August.
Cardnet is a fee machine run by way of Lloyds bank and card processor First facts, which handles about 1.1 billion transactions per year, including a huge range of stores, restaurants and corporations throughout the UK. However, this has meant that Lloyds customers are not the only ones affected, as the machines take delivery of most credit card and Visa bills.
Despite the fact that clients should have been reimbursed, they should check their bank statements for duplicate payments.
“Cardnet apologises for the issue and the inconvenience caused, and
continue to work closely with all parties to resolve this issue swiftly.”