Hundreds of thousands of HSBC customers across the UK have been left without access to their money today after the bank’s online services went down.
Britons have taken to social media are voicing their concerns online as the bank said it is working to sort out the technical issue.
The problem is currently affecting the firm’s website and mobile app.
Hundreds of thousands of HSBC customers across the UK have been left without access to their money today after the bank’s online services went down
Digital monitoring website Down Detector said it had received hundreds of reports concerning HSBC’s website with issues beginning in the early hours of the morning.
Customers attempting to log in to the website are currently met with a message that merely says: ‘We’re sorry that our website is currently unavailable, please try again later.’
The issue has come on payday for many Britons, many of whom need access to the service in order to settle bills and avoid interest rates.
Customers have been tweeting the bank to voice their frustrations.
One wrote: ‘I need to get on my account, it’s pay day, can you please advise how long these issues are going to be ongoing?’
Another said: ‘Just typical of HSBC to be down on payday.’
While one wrote: ‘Any idea when the online banking issues will be fixed? It’s payday.’
More to follow.