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Software Glitch Causes Braves Fans’ Credit Cards To Be Overcharged

by on April 25, 2012

ATLANTA, Ga. – If you used your credit card to buy food at Turner Stadium during the April 13 home opener, you may want to check your statement a bit more carefully. The food service company Aramark recently disclosed they had a software problem that may have caused overcharges for food purchases during the game.

They are currently investigating the matter, but they have not released any details about how many cardholders may have been affected by the problem.  The charges are expected to post this week, and the company has already apologized and said they will make full reconciliation in the matter.

Those who have questions about the problem are encouraged to call Aramark directly to help solve the problem. Aramark has not released any further statements to the press about the problem. Credit card holders can reach the company at 404-614-2401.

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