Bank of Ireland glitch enabled customers to withdraw excess money from ATMs

Police said officers were sent to some ATMs

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Bank of Ireland glitch enabled customers to withdraw excess money from ATMs
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Bank of Ireland glitch enabled customers to withdraw excess money from ATMs

Bank of Ireland says it has resolved the technical issues that permitted some customers to withdraw or transfer funds exceeding their account balances.

Irish police (Gardaí) confirmed that they had responded to reports of public order disturbances at specific ATMs on Tuesday night, stating that officers had been sent to certain cashpoints.  Gar...

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