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Severe disruption preventing Visa transactions being processed across Europe

Severe disruption preventing Visa transactions being processed across Europe

Customers can only withdraw cash from ATMs of the bank they have account with

Large queues for ATM's on O'Connell St.
Large queues for ATM's on O'Connell St.
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Visa has said the company is experiencing 'severe disruption' with customers in I reland and across Europe experiencing a major outage.

A spokesperson from Visa said: “Visa is currently experiencing a service disruption.

"This incident is preventing some Visa transactions in Europe from being processed.

"We are investigating the cause and working as quickly as possible to resolve the situation.”

Several Irish banks have confirmed their customers have been effected by the outage.

In a tweet, Permanent TSB said: "There is currently an error affecting Visa Debit And Credit Cards across all banks. Apologies for any inconvenience this is causing. We will update once the issue has been resolved."

AIB said: "We are aware of intermittent issues with AIB cards today. We are working to resolve the matter and apologise for any inconvenience caused."

Bank Of Ireland told customers: "We are aware some customers are experiencing Visa debit card issues. This is impacting multi ple banks across Europe. We will update when we know more. Cash withdrawals can be made at any BOI ATM."

Customers have been advised they can only make an ATM withdrawal from the bank which they have their account with - for example an AIB customer won't be able to withdraw from a Permanent TSB ATM and vice versa.

Customers will be unable to withdraw cash from other banks as the transaction is processed through Visa.

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