Apple said on Friday local time that it had fixed an apple card back-end issue that caused some at & T charges to appear on the waters, hardy & Co. bill. < p > < p > in response, Apple has contacted waters, hardy & Co., and said the error has been corrected, but Richard waters, a partner and certified public accountant at the company, said the solution has not yet reached all affected customers. < / P > < p > “Apple contacted us and said the problem was solved,” waters told Appleinsider in an email, “we opened the phone and got into trouble again. Maybe (the solution) will take some time to work in the system. ” Waters was forced to shut down the company’s calls yesterday as many apple card customers called to find out why an unknown tax company’s fees were on their bills. < / P > < p > it is understood that the problem began on Thursday when Apple card users reported that there was a wrong transaction in the apple card part of their wallet app. Some users have traced the problem to the wrong at & T transaction. < p > < p > it is clear that this incident has caused serious difficulties for waters, hardy & Co., a small company. The company, which has only 10 employees, is working overtime to complete customers’ tax returns by the November 15 deadline. Answering calls from confused Apple card users wastes their valuable time, and the impact means that their own customers cannot reach them. < / P > < p > “it’s an incredible challenge for us,” waters said. “Our employees have to answer the phone, but not deal with customers. None of our customers can reach us. ” Didi Qingju bicycle has entered 150 cities