It has been just revealed the fact that JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo, and Bank of America have been hit by a huge outage. Check out the latest reports about the matter below.

Important banks hit by outage

A number of major American banks are receiving a deluge of complaints from customers regarding problems with their account balances and direct deposits.

Complaints from customers of JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, US Bank, Wells Fargo, and Truist are flooding in as they claim that they are not seeing money that should have been deposited into their accounts.

Wells Fargo and Bank of America have addressed the issue via Twitter and have assured customers that they are working towards resolving the problem.

The Federal Reserve has recently reported a “processing issue” that occurred in a national network for processing Automated Clearing House (ACH) transactions.

Although individual statements have been released by banks regarding the issue, the ACH system is run by the Federal Reserve Banks and the Electronic Payment Network, and is considered a critical part of the US banking system.

The system allows the flow of capital between banks and financial institutions, and enables employers to electronically deposit wages into the bank accounts of their employees.

While the Fed has confirmed that the issue has been resolved, there are still ongoing delays.

Banks are working to clear a backlog of transactions prompted by the issue, according to Financelot, a popular financial account on the social media platform X.

“Seems the bank issues were a technical glitch with the Federal Reserve system. Apparently it’s resolved but will take time to work through the backlog, at least that’s the story right now.”

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