Currys PC World customers furious after hundreds of pounds wiped from gift cards after website glitch on Black Friday

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CURRYS PC World customers have been left furious after hundreds of pounds were wiped from gift cards following a website glitch on Black Friday. Shoppers were left out of pocket after their orders failed, but their gift card credit taken, following a “temporary outage” on the Currys website. Currys says all customers who were affected […] ▶ Full story on thesun.co.uk
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