Bank of America customers are said to have found funds missing from their accounts

Some Bank of America members lack of funds on their account.

the customer Social media I share my disbelief when I checked my bank account on January 18th due to a suspected outage affecting Bank of America and Zell systems.

according to down detector, Starting at 7:00 a.m. ET, there was a significant increase in Zelle outage claims.

“So I woke up to find Hera Zell’s deposit was missing from my Bank of America account. I called customer service and they said ‘due to extenuating circumstances, you I can’t answer your call,’ and hung up,” writer Jennette Cordova tweeted.

street Report — As of 11am ET — 700 outages have already been filed, with 90% of individuals documenting discrepancies in transferring funds through Zelle and 8% of users going through Zelle access problems. account.

Customers took to Twitter to express how inconvenient this was for them.

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according to pee pee computer, A message from Bank of America has been sent and notified client Trading from Saturday to Tuesday was delayed.

The outlet also reported that banks have begun the process of returning missing funds to members.

“Zelle transactions made between January 14th and January 17th may be delayed in accruing and posting to your account as requested,” a message from Bank of America said. Computer beeping. “The transfer has been completed and will appear in your account activity and balance as soon as possible. We apologize for any delay or inconvenience caused.”