Bank of America stated "deposits are going to be processed and the delay is due to an external network that processes transactions" pic.twitter.com/j1Rw9f8kMT
— CryptoBitcoinChris (@CryptoBTC_Chris) November 5, 2023
Good morning, Amy. Due to an industry-wide delay with Federal ACH transactions, some ACH credits and debits, including some Direct Deposits, haven't been processed. We recommend that you contact your employer or ACH originator for more information. Thank you.
— PNC Bank Help (@PNCBank_Help) November 5, 2023
Multiple reports of Uber, Lyft and DoorDash delivery drivers are not getting their direct bank deposits when they cash out after making trips due to on going Bank Deposit delays. Seem the deposit delay is growing with more banks being effected. t.co/2nDKKUZhaE
— Alphonsus Olieh Jr. (@AlphonsusOlieh) November 5, 2023
Four days in a row for Bank of America. Is anyone working on this at all? Get some help from someone who knows how to fix this problem. People need their money to show up in their accounts.
Some deposits may be temporarily delayed
Some deposits from 11/03 may be temporarily…
— Gene Pavlova (@GenePavlova) November 5, 2023
Customers at several big banks on Friday wrestled with direct deposit delays stemming from an industry-wide processing issue.
There was a surge of “outages” reported by banking customers Friday morning, including Bank of America, Chase, Truist, U.S. Bank and Wells Fargo, according to Downdetector. But the site does not specify the nature of the complaints.
All Federal Reserve Financial Services are operating normally, according to a Federal Reserve statement released Friday.