The world’s biggest peppermint site has gone down for good

The world has seen a “horrific” outage of one of its biggest online shopping sites, Peppermint.

Users were being redirected to a new homepage that did not have the word “Peppermint” in the title, but did feature the word ‘retro’ in the description.

Users who visited the site from Tuesday morning were redirected to another version of the same site, with the word Peppermint in the titles.

“Peppermints.com is offline,” it said on the homepage.

“The site has been offline for a few hours.”

Retro shops were among those affected.

“We have received a notice from our ISP informing us that the site is currently offline, but that it will reopen soon,” a Retro Shop posted on Twitter.

Retro Shop, a retro gaming shop in the UK, said it was experiencing issues with the site.

“We are currently experiencing a problem with the website, and have received the following message from our ISPs: “Peerflix is temporarily offline and will be re-opening shortly.

Please contact the ISPs customer service team for further details.

“Retros store is currently experiencing issues.

The website is currently down, but it will be back up shortly.

We have been told that it is due to re-open soon.

— Retro Shop (@retroshop) July 11, 2018Pepper Mint’s latest domain registration was cancelled earlier this month, but the shop remained online.

A Peetee spokesperson told Business Insider that the website was currently undergoing maintenance.”

It is extremely difficult to keep up with the growth of Peppermint and all the new features that they are adding,” the spokesperson said.”

For the most part the new site is up and running with all the current functionality, and there are some small features that were added with the new domain.

“Peppermines website is live, and its users can sign up to the Peppermint community website.