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Nationwide Accounts Hit By Glitch - Showing Empty

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Maybe this might make a few people wake up to the difference between 'money' and 'money in the bank'.


Online service problems at Nationwide led to some customers' accounts incorrectly being shown as empty.

The building society said that the issue was now resolved and apologised to customers for the inconvenience.

Customers reported problems on Thursday morning after checking savings and current accounts. In some cases the account appeared not to exist or was displayed as empty.

It'll be sorted out of course but a pretty good wake-up call to anyone who thinks that savings in a financial organisation are exactly the same thing as having the money.

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I think you mean GOLD!!! :lol:

In the 'next to no interest earned' environment of financial repression even physical cash offers some advantages, if the authorities weren't making it so hard to do large transactions with it and so willing and able to compensate it at the drop of a hat.

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