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VISA cards down: Why can't I pay with my VISA card? Network crashes in UK and Europe, leaving customers outraged

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VISA cards down: Why can't I pay with my VISA card? Network crashes in UK and Europe, leaving customers outragedVISA cards are down across UK and Europe  [Getty] Visa cards are currently down, as the network crashes only one day after payday.  Across the UK and Europe, VISA customers have been left outraged as they are unable to use their cards to pay in shops.  The full extent of the issue is currently unknown.  Visa have spoken out on the current issues, explaining in a statement: “Visa is currently experiencing a service disruption. This incident is preventing some ...
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News video: 'Sorry, Your Card's Been Declined' Heard By Millions Across Europe

'Sorry, Your Card's Been Declined' Heard By Millions Across Europe 00:43

When things go wrong, cash is still king. According to Gizmodo, Europe and the UK learned that the hard way. A network crash prevented millions of Visa credit and debit card holders from making transactions. Then, MasterCard and American Express cards started getting declined, too! Those transactions...

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