Wells Fargo Reports System Issues Due To ‘Power Shutdown’


As of 9:15 a.m., the bank's website was also unavailable. Wells Fargo tweeted that the issue was causing outages and it was "working to restore services as soon as possible".

The banking corporation verified the outage on Thursday after blaming the disruption on a "power shutdown" at one of their main facilities.

More details to come.

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Customers responded to Wells Fargo on Twitter, some threatening to take their business elsewhere.

This was the second outage this month at Wells Fargo. "We apologize for the inconvenience", Wells Fargo spokesperson Jennifer Langan told ABC News.

Anthony Pompliano, Founder and Partner at Morgan Creek, said in a twee that Bitcoin never shuts down, after mentioning that Wells Fargo's system is shut down.

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In the report, Wells Fargo stressed that the firm is putting the past behind and that it has learned lessons from previous issues that its customer service department suffered in the last few years. Customers at America's fourth largest bank are still, at time of writing, locked out of their accounts online.

Wells Fargo said workers discovered the problem following routine maintenance. The employee said the outage could last until Friday.

The online problems add to customer headaches for Wells, which has tried to fix damaged relations after revelations in 2016 that employees possibly opened 3.5 million unauthorized accounts to meet high-pressure sales goals.

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