SagePay - the payments processor serving 25,000 companies in the UK and Ireland - experienced a major outage on Monday evening, and as problems dragged on late into Tuesday, one of its biggest competitors claimed a significant uptick in business. Caused by a "database-related" issue, the outage began at 7:48pm London time on …
... the number of times that the historical data just drops off, been at least 3 occasions in the last 6 months where you loose access to all the historical transaction records for 4 to 8 hours.
Funnily enough, all of it's happened since the rebranding as well....
Always makes mwe laugh
"Maybe a lesson to get a secondary payment installed such as paypal now."
So you run a commercial operation and you have NO fail over support to process payments of any kind? I bet you back up your data to the same hard drive, twunts
No problems when they were ProTX... several since Sage bought them out - and not least in customer service (if you're lucky an email to support might get answered within the week now).
Sage seems to have a similar acquisition process to that of someone buying a "real doll" - buy it then f*ck it.
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