Betfair system testing 11th February

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Betfair system testing 11th February

Postby GaryRussell » Fri Feb 11, 2011 2:25 pm

Betfair posted the following on their forum this morning.

Please proceed with caution today as it may have a bigger impact than they suggest.

Further to yesterday’s test and to support our desire to have no reoccurrence of the site problems suffered by our customers last weekend, we will be running some further tests on the site today (11th February).

At 09.15, 11:00 and 12.30 there may be a short interruption to the site but this is part of the planned testing. In the event of any interruption, we will endeavour to ensure it is kept to an absolute minimum.

We would like to reassure you that it is absolutely our highest priority to ensure we have no repetition of the problems last Saturday so thank you again for your understanding and patience.
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