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IT issues at TSB affecting mobile and online banking are being investigated, reports say

PUBLISHED: 08:38 24 April 2018 | UPDATED: 08:38 24 April 2018

TSB bank. 
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

TSB bank. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

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Finance and data watchdogs are reportedly looking into IT issues at TSB that left online customers unable to access their money and some able to see other people’s accounts.

The bank apologised after customers complained of problems with mobile and online accounts several hours after a system upgrade was supposed to have been completed on Sunday.

A number of customers said they were still unable to access their money on Monday morning.

Meanwhile one customer said they had “access” to other customers’ accounts totalling more than £20,000 and another reportedly discovered they had been credited with £13,000 after logging back in.

The Information Commissioner’s Office, which monitors data and privacy, said it was “making inquiries”, according to the Financial Times.

Meanwhile banking regulator the Financial Conduct Authority told the paper it was “liaising with the firm”.

TSB said a “tiny fraction” of customers saw accounts belonging to other customers and the issue was resolved in about 20 minutes.

The bank had told its account holders that some of its services, including online banking, making payments or transferring money, would not be possible over the weekend.

The upgrade window was scheduled between Friday at 4pm and Sunday at 6pm.

However a message on the TSB website on Monday morning said there were still “intermittent issues” with its mobile and internet banking services.

The bank said it was “working as hard and as fast as we can to get these up and running”.

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