PayPal says some customers unable to make payments due to cyber attack on Dyn
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(Reuters) - PayPal Holdings Inc said on Friday that it has experienced some service disruptions due to the cyber attack on Dyn that caused Internet outages for its customers.
"This has prevented some of our customers from being able to pay with PayPal in certain regions," said company spokeswoman Amanda Miller. "PayPal was not attacked directly, nor were any of our core services to business impacted in the disruption."
(Reporting by Jim Finkle; Editing by David Gregorio)
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