Bank of America Corp. said its online banking service has been restored to all customers, after being inaccessible to some users for most of the day Friday. The Bank of Charlotte, North Carolina, declined to say exactly how many of its 29 million online banking customers could not access their accounts during the blackout. The problem appeared about 7 am ET, and resolved on 5:15 pm, according to spokeswoman Tara Murphy Burke. For customers who have had access to their accounts, the system was very slow at all on Friday. Of course, once released news that some people could not access their accounts, even more customers flooded the site, making it even slower and increasingly difficult to enter
It is not the first time the largest bank customers in the nation have had problems accessing their accounts. The site was down for about four hours on 27 August, and there was another court a year ago. Other banks have similar problems as a problem in Chase.com in September that persisted for more than a day.
In December, the Bank of America joined other financial institutions refusing to manage payments Wikileaks release the secret organization that is rumored to be preparing a statement at the bank. The bank’s shares followed similar measures by MasterCard Inc. and the site of PayPal, Inc. The bank did not show any effect against the pirates at that time in response to his refusal.
Bank of America closed Friday at $ 15.25, up $ 0.48, or 3.25 percent.
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