McDonald’s suspended Hello Kitty sale online due to Extreme Traffic

April 23, 2014

SINGAPORE — McDonald’s Singapore has briefly suspended the sale of its newest collection of Hello Kitty collectibles, the Collectors’ set, lower than two hours after its on-line ordering system went reside this morning (April 23).

Shortly after the web sale started at 11am, McDonald’s took to social media to deal with indignant clients who have been experiencing issues with their on-line buy.


In a Facebook publish, the corporate stated that the location was functioning, however was taking longer than normal to load resulting from extraordinarily excessive visitors.

However, clients who have been experiencing issues left feedback on the Facebook publish, saying they obtained error messages after making their orders on the location.

One buyer posted a screencap of a profitable cost to his bank card firm, however stated that he didn’t obtain affirmation e-mail of the order from McDonalds afterwards.

Approximately half an hour after their preliminary Facebook submit, McDonald’s then posted that they might briefly droop new orders, however would “resume gross sales as quickly as potential”.


Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.