An outage appears to have stricken customers of the Natwest banking network.
V3 staff have confirmed that the UK banking network is accessible as of Wednesday evening, locking customers out of the system and preventing transactions.
While Natwest and parent company RBS have yet to provide comment on the outage, reports have suggested that the issue is impacting users throughout the UK.
Natwest is no stranger to IT problems. In 2012 the company suffered a technical glitch which forced many of its branch offices to open late in order to compensate for a failed systems update. The issue lingered for several days and was later the subject of phishing scams.
V3 will provide further updates on the matter as information becomes available.
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