A TSB logo sits on a sign as it hangs outside a TSB bank branch, operated by TSB Banking Group Plc, in London, U.K., on Friday, March 20, 2015. Banco de Sabadell SA, Spain's fifth-biggest bank, will sell 1.6 billion euros ($1.7 billion) of new shares to fund its takeover of Britain's TSB Banking Group. Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Customers can nonetheless use their playing cards to make funds and withdraw cash (Picture: Bloomberg)

Outraged TSB customers had been disadvantaged of their wages this morning after an IT outage on the financial institution delayed transfers into accounts.

The financial institution introduced on social media that ‘some payments’ had been held up in a single day and made assurances that they need to present up this afternoon.

Customers can nonetheless make funds and withdraw cash utilizing their playing cards and might contact the financial institution instantly in the event that they want emergency money.

TSB tweeted: ‘We apologise for the inconvenience this has caused and will ensure customers are not left out-of-pocket’.

It comes after an investigation into an IT meltdown at TSB final 12 months wherein 2 million individuals had been locked out of their accounts.

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The probe concluded the financial institution’s board of administrators failed to indicate ‘common sense’ within the run as much as a botched programs improve.

But TSB’s former chief govt Paul Pester criticised the investigation’s ‘scattergun’ method however conceded it confirmed its Spanish father or mother firm Sabadell had ‘cut corners’ with IT testing.

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