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TSB Computer Chaos

Cost of TSB Computer Chaos  

98 members have voted

  1. 1. What has the TSB Computer Failure Cost You?

    • I Don't Bank with TSB
      81
    • £1-£100
      7
    • £101 - £500
      1
    • £500 +
      1
    • £0
      8


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The recent problems with the computer systems at TSB have hit the headlines. Have they affected you? Please share your views and experiences on this subject. 

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12 hours ago, bear.getting.old said:

There should be an option here for I bank with TSB but it has cost me nothing.

Same here. I last logged in on Wednesday to check my wages went in. It was a bit slow but I managed to access my account.

I've been banking with TSB for a year now and I think they are quite good.

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On 27/04/2018 at 19:11, bear.getting.old said:

There should be an option here for I bank with TSB but it has cost me nothing. So I haven't voted. Big difference between nothing and £100!

Good feedback - thanks

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Like others, I voted £0 - £100 before that was changed. In effect, it has cost me £0. Liking the increase in the current account interest rate to 5% though.

Should hopefully make others have to up their interest rate?

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I don't understand why people would show that they bank with TSB. OK it's supposed to be anonymous users but some people who have replied might have used real email addresses to join the site. HPC wants an open question - Who do you bank with - is that really a good idea?

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On 29/04/2018 at 10:19, rantnrave said:

Like others, I voted £0 - £100 before that was changed. In effect, it has cost me £0. Liking the increase in the current account interest rate to 5% though.

Should hopefully make others have to up their interest rate?

Can't see it myself although Nationwide currently have 5% but it's only for the first year. If one can be bothered there is this website https://www.bankaccountsavings.co.uk/ that shows how to maximise savings by moving money inbetween all the high interest current accounts and regular savers.

 

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