“After their first attempt to provide people with account access crashed and burned, Wells Fargo is now simply apologizing and letting people know they can go to a branch or an ATM for their banking needs. The bank has apologized again in a second Thursday tweet: ‘We’re experiencing a systems issue that is causing intermittent outages, and we’re working to restore services as soon as possible. We apologize for the inconvenience.’ Many who have tried the links provided were met with a ‘502 Bad Gateway’ error. Wells Fargo’s online banking and mobile app went down Thursday morning, leaving customers unable to access their accounts and conduct banking needs. It is the second time their system has gone down in less than a week. Spokeswoman Hillary O’Byrne says that the bank is investigating the cause of the outage. Virginia Sportscaster Bill Rose tweeted: ‘It’s like the 1800’s: No ATM’s, no credit/debit cards, no online banking, and no way to cash a check at a branch. New corporate slogan:’@WellsFargo- It’s like banking in Venezuela'”
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