Target has a bunch of things going on right now, including the recall of a few shirts from its Target Home and Target Accessory program, the retailer announced.
But according to Target, the issue isn’t just a recall, but a firmware bug.
The company said customers should expect the problem to be resolved by tomorrow.
The recall of the Home and Accessory shirts is in line with Target’s broader goal of updating its products and updating its systems, Target said in a blog post.
The company also updated its website, updated its customer service site, and announced a $50 rebate to help customers who are affected by the recall.
It also posted a link to a page that gives customers a few things to know before they order.
The Target Home & Accessory Program allows customers to buy one or more Home & Accessories, such as home decor, home furnishings, furniture, and more.
It’s designed to make it easier for people to buy things that fit in their home.
In a tweet, the company said the Home & accessory program is temporarily unavailable.
Target Home & accessories is a program that allows customers in stores to buy the products in-store at a discounted price.
It was discontinued in October, and its home decor items are now available online and in stores.
The Home &Accessory program is also no longer offered in select Target stores, Target confirmed to Recode.
In the meantime, the Target Home office is still open, and employees can still pick up their home decor merchandise.
We will continue to work with our partners in our Home &accessory program to ensure that customers are receiving the products that they ordered, Target wrote.
The Home & accessory program remains available.