Halifax customers have been experiencing issues with accessing their accounts this morning, according to the tech monitoring website Down Detector.
Reports of problems started to increase shortly before 6am today (September 15) with issues with Lloyds Bank and Bank of Scotland also raised.
The main problems for Halifax users, as reported on Down Detector, were mobile banking (43%), online banking (33%) and credit cards (24%).
However, a spokesperson for the bank said, despite these reports, Lloyds Banking Group brands, including Halifax, Bank of Scotland and Lloyds Banking Group, have not experienced any issues with online banking or the mobile app today.
They did, however, confirm they had experienced some issues with credit cards.
In a statement released via Twitter, Halifax said: “We know some of our customers are having problems accessing Credit Card details at the moment. We’re sorry for this and working to have it back to normal soon.”
Customers report Halifax credit card issues
Halifax customers have taken to social media to report issues when trying to use their credit cards today.
Callum said: “Hi, I’ve just tried to make a purchase and my card was declined, so it’s not working as normal as you suggest? Log in to the app and credit limit showing as N/A?”
Daniel has experienced similar issues, saying: “I tried making a purchase and it didn’t work. I’ve also logged in my mobile app and I cannot see my credit card balance. I would say it is pretty bad.”
Also having problems with purchases, Faith said: “I’m trying to make a purchase online and it’s not working!”
Replying to some of the complaints, Halifax spokesperson, John, said: “Hi, I’m John. We know some of our customers are having issues with Credit cards. We’re sorry about this, and we’re working to have it back to normal soon. Please be assured that you’ll be able to make purchases as normal.”
If you are also experiencing issues, you can contact Halifax customer services, although the website does warn their telephone banking wait times are longer than usual at the moment.