Bank of America is still having online banking problems as the bank's online website is slow to respond, and sometimes it is not working at all for some. The bank has had problems called glitches before, but this is ridiculous.
Maybe it is the first of the month, but both Bank of America and Chase have had similar issues. Last year, Chase went down for a long time, and the outage caused automatic payments and other issues for people who use online banking.
According to Chicago Breaking Business, "Bank of America, the Chicago market's No. 2 bank, acknowledged Tuesday that 'some customers may experience slowness' if they try to bank online, but are able to bank online," BofA spokeswoman Tara Murphy Burke said."
It is not clear if all customers of Bank of America are experiencing problems or just a few. Bank of America is not commenting on the number of customers affected. Certainly the bank is working to resolve the issue quickly, but it may interrupt some customers' accounts. So what are these online glitches that hit the United States' two largest banks? The interruption of service is disturbing.