Many Wells Fargo customers got a terrifying shock after finding their checking accounts drained due to a series of errors by the embattled bank.
The bank said Thursday morning that technical teams have corrected the errors, but customers should still check to make sure all is well with their accounts.
NJ.com first reported the problem this week, saying customers were complaining the error had caused their accounts to be overdrawn.
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Hilary O'Byrne, a communications manager at Wells Fargo, confirmed in a statement to the Statesman that some people experienced an incorrect transaction. The issue was corrected overnight, and impacted customers should now see their correct balances. "We apologize for any inconvenience", Wells Fargo wrote in a statement to CNBC. The bank's phone lines were reportedly jammed through the night as angry customers demanded answers for the embarrassing mistake.
"Sorry doesn't even come close to making up for all of the stress and chaos this caused", Kate Lumsden of Minneapolis tweeted in response.