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HSBC say all of 275,000 payments missed in computer meltdown are now processed
HSBC system failure meant businesses unable to pay staff and bills
Hundreds of millions have not been paid to up to 275,000 people on Friday
Victims take to social media to complain as their salaries are not paid in
Bank first denied fault but three hours later admitted Bacs was down
By Martin Robinson and Euan McLelland For MailOnline and Adrian Lowery for Thisismoney.co.uk
HSBC have told customers that all of the 275,000 payments which failed to reach their bank accounts yesterday have now been processed
‘We have now processed all outstanding payments following yesterday’s problems’, a spokesperson the bank said. ‘Any affected customers still experiencing issues with their account should contact their bank. HSBC apologises again for the inconvenience caused.’
Up to 275,000 people were not paid on Friday and went in to the Bank Holiday weekend with depleted accounts after HSBC’s payments system failed.
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