TSB customers have been hit with another online outage affecting the bank’s mobile app and internet banking.
Hundreds of customers vented their frustration they were unable to access their accounts, pay their rent or even check their balance today during the two-hour outage.
The bank lost 16,600 following an IT meltdown last year, which left up to 1.9m people unable to get into their accounts for a number of weeks.
Those who stayed with the challenger bank have once again been affected by problems this morning.
TSB said services were returning to normal around lunchtime after customers had experienced issues with their internet banking and mobile app – and that the cause of the problem would be investigated.
Currently can’t pay our rent because my husband can’t access his account either if we occur charges will TSB pay these?— kate fletcher (@shinninstar) February 20, 2019
When will this be resolved? This is getting ridiculous. Your internet banking is always breaking.— Lucy Graudus (@lucygraudus) February 20, 2019
Earlier this month the challenger bank said last year’s IT meltdown cost £330m and that 80,000 people left the bank in 2018.
Read more: TSB falls to £105m loss after IT disaster
The technology disaster occurred after a shift to new IT systems went wrong.
Good morning. We're aware that some customers are currently experiencing issues with their internet banking and mobile app. We're working to solve this as soon as possible and we apologise for any inconvenience caused. Jacob— TSB (@TSB) February 20, 2019