CHARLOTTE, N.C., Sept. 30 (UPI) -- Bank of America Friday acknowledged its Web site was experiencing glitches but said the problem was fixed and the incident was unrelated to a new fee.
ABC News reported the troubles came one day after BofA announced a $5-per-month fee for most of its debit card holders.
Problems with the Web site continued through the early afternoon.
A bank spokeswoman said, "Everything is fine now." She also said it "had nothing to do with yesterday or hacking or anything to do with customers' information being compromised."
Users who ran into problems were sent a message. "We apologize, but Online Banking is operating slower than usual. We are working to restore full service as quickly as possible. Thank you for your patience," ABC News reported.
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