Bank of America restores online banking service after glitch

Wednesday 5 November 2014 10:26 CET | News

Financial institution Bank of America has restored its online banking services after being temporarily unavailable on November 3rd.

The bank confirmed to CNBC that consumer banking services were back up and running.

Some users had also reported issues with the companys mobile application, though a test still allowed transfer of money between accounts.

In recent news, several iPhones users have reported that they were charged multiple times by Bank of America for purchases they made using the new Apple Pay system that is supposed to withdraw funds from a linked account for each transaction.

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Keywords: Bank of America, online banking, banking services, mobile application, glitch
Categories: Banking & Fintech
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