Customers of the banks operating under the Lloyds umbrella are suffering a second day of everything being a bit broken and online banking access being sporadic at best, with the banks' web sites and apps generally not working properly for numerous users.
The poor old social media operatives for Lloyds are seeing their self-esteem levels plummet from all the abuse they're getting today, plus the repetitive strain of having to type the message "We're aware of intermittent errors and are looking to resolve ASAP" 13 times a minutes must be doing their hands in.
Lloyds, Halifax and Bank of Scotland customers started reporting problems yesterday, with Lloyds going so far as to say everything was fixed last night. But it clearly isn't, as the complaints are lining up on their Twitter account today, with heaps of tales of woe from people who promised other people money.
Both personal and business users are complaining to Lloyds this afternoon, with the only factual statement issued by the bank being to reassure everyone that it's not broken due to a hack. It's just normal broken. That's marvellous news. [BBC]