A mass of scrambling last-minute filers seem to have crashed the TurboTax website Sunday night, and the company's light-hearted scheduled tweets added even more fuel to the outage fire.
TurboTax's site went down just hours before the April 15 tax deadline, sending users into a panic over the outage.
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At the time of the outage, TurboTax was posting messages like this on its Twitter feed:
The site was back up and running within an hour, and TurboTax apologized for its scheduled tweets and the outage.
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