Number of Super Convenience stores were forced to close after retailers faced cyberattacks on their systems.
Not all have been closed, but more than 300 stores have been affected by the attack.
If left open, you will not be able to pay with a debit or credit card, so we only accept cash.
Retailers said the attack struck all of the company’s IT systems, including staff email.
The IT outage first occurred on Sunday, and technicians have been working overnight to resolve the issue.
Distribution partner James Hall & Company feeds nearly 600 Spar sites in the north. England Was also a hit and the website is down.
Spar said: “We are working to resolve this situation as quickly as possible.
“Currently, it is affecting the store’s ability to process card payments, which means that many Spar stores are currently closed to shoppers or only pay in cash.
“We apologize for any inconvenience caused to our customers. We strive to resolve the issue as quickly as possible.”
Cyber attacks attack the Spar store, forcing some to shut down
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