1,300 TSB customers had savings stolen as a result of the bank's recent IT failure

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TSB is losing 500 customers a day
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TSB is losing 500 customers a day

TSB stands for Truly Shambolic Bank, says Treasury committee chair Nicky Morgan MP

TSB CEO Paul Pester told MPs on the Commons Treasury select committee on Wednesday that 1,300 people had lost money as a result of the recent technical glitch at the bank. He also revealed that ...

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