After initially “neither to confirm nor deny” it, the wholesaler Metro now informs about a hacker attack on its website. This means that there may be failures of the IT infrastructure in several services.

During operations in the stores, disruptions and delays can therefore occur – including at the checkouts. The IT problems after the attack can also mean that the prices on the electronic price displays “are currently not always up to date,” according to the retailer.

According to Metro, in order to bridge the problems at checkouts and the like, the teams in the stores have already set up offline systems to process the payments. Nevertheless, there may be individual delays both in stores and when ordering via the online store or the web app.

As the wholesaler writes, they are already working “at full speed” on a solution with external IT experts and are asking for the customers’ understanding until then.

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