Monday, 9 July 2018

British Petroleum says card payment problem resolved

BP fuel stations across the UK are now able to accept card payments after a glitch which lasted over three hours.

BP had said earlier its stations were only able to accept cash and that it was directing customers to its ATMs.

The oil giant said all its sites had now returned to normal service, and it was launching "a full investigation" into what had caused the problem.

"We will monitor the situation overnight to ensure the smooth running of our operations," it said.
BP earlier said the issue had caused "a handful" of stations to close.
The company said it did not know what had caused the issue.

A BP spokesperson said the problem had started around 19:00.

"We would like to thank our customers for their patience and again apologise for any inconvenience caused during the brief outage," they added.

BP has 1,280 BP stations across the UK.

BBC        News.

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