[BleepingComputer] NatWest Bank scheduled payments bug may have cost you money

Today, UK-based NatWest Bank has alerted multiple customers of a system error that may have caused many more payments to be debited from customer accounts than the originally agreed-upon amount. The issue impacts standing orders set up between 23rd March 2020 and 24th February 2021. […]

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