The exit vi bugs have plagued banks for years and are still affecting millions of Australians.
But now they’re also hurting a lot of other banks.
Banks have been reporting that they’ve had to stop withdrawals because of the bugs, with the banks now reporting that their withdrawals have fallen by up to 20 per cent.
But with the latest bug, many banks have also reported a drop in withdrawals.
“We’re seeing a drop of up to 40 per cent in withdrawals,” said Scott Murray, the head of consumer banking at the Commonwealth Bank.
That may seem like a lot, but it’s only about 10 per cent of withdrawals.
It’s been happening for the past three months.
What is exit vi?
Bets on a range of financial products have been affected by exit vi.
The bug is an insidious form of the bug that occurs when an external source is misconfigured or when an incorrect payment method is used.
Some of the most common bugs in banking are:• If you use the ATM and the bank changes the payment method, the bank will tell you to pay with cash instead of your debit card.
This is a common problem, and can cause the bank to close your account and charge you interest on the money.
When you close your bank account and then reopen it, you’ll be charged interest on your withdrawal.
This can make it difficult to repay the money on time.
A bank may then also tell you that it can’t use the payment methods that you were previously using because of an error or misconfiguration.
If you have any questions about how exit vi affects you, you can call 1800 074 447.