TSB down: problems with online banking apps and online banking hit users


TSB drop reports are on the rise right now with customers reporting issues with the online banking app and online banking for TSB.

The TSB’s official Twitter confirmed that it is aware of the issues customers are facing today and is currently working to resolve those issues.

In response to one of the affected customers, @TSB’s Twitter account posted: “We are aware that customers are currently experiencing issues with our mobile app and online banking.

“We are working to resolve this issue as soon as possible and apologize for any inconvenience caused.”

While the independent Down Detector fault monitor recorded a huge spike in TSB fault reports.

At the time of writing, Down Detector UK has recorded a peak of around 1,400 reports of TSB outages.

Of those affected, around 62% face TSB internet banking issues, while 35% have mobile banking issues.

When the TSB issues hit, users took to social networking site Twitter to report the issues they were facing.

One of them tweeted: “@TSB Is there a problem with online banking? It is not allowing me to log into my account.”

While another posted: “@TSB is having trouble trying to access my account online!”

One of them added: “@TSB Hello, my banking app doesn’t seem to be working. Is there something wrong with the app right now?”

And another wrote: “@TSB Hello. I cannot access my banking app despite multiple login attempts after reinstalling the app. Help much appreciated please.”

According to the Down Detector outage map, Glasgow, London and Manchester are among the areas most affected by the current TSB.

Statistics from Down Detector also claim that the TSB outage began around noon today, with reports of problems with online banking and online banking since then.

Down Detector is an independent outage monitor that tracks social mentions to detect when popular services start having issues.

In other TSB news, the bank recently published a new study which found homeowners in the UK could save over £ 2,000 on their mortgage by switching to a fixed rate product at current rates.

According to the TSB study, this savings amounts to £ 169 per month – but the majority of homeowners (nine out of 10) have not considered switching to another lender.

Nick Smith, Head of Mortgages at TSB, said: “Remortgage may not be right for everyone, but it’s important to consider your options, know how much interest you’re paying and how much interest you’re paying. talk to your bank or mortgage advisor about any changes that could save you money. “


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