Broken cable prevents some BRA transactions
THE BARBADOS REVENUE Authority says a broken cable in the Pine, St Michael area prevented connectivity with the licensing system at the Ministry of Public Works compound today.
As a result, licensing payment services were unavailable at all BRA locations. The issue also hampered the printing of licences in the Pine and Oistins.
When NATION ONLINE arrived at the Oistins branch, customers were quick to express their frustrations as they said they had been locked out by the guard on duty.
The BRA said the service provider worked on the broken cable but at the close of business, connectivity had not been restored.
“We understand the frustration that customers coming to conduct licensing transactions would have experienced today as we also felt frustrated. It is our expectation that service will be restored over this weekend so that licensing transactions could resume on Monday,” the BRA said in statement. (PR/AD)