From delayed morning hours Saturday, clients trying to log on saw a concept that said the site was "temporarily not available."
Bank of America (BAC), based in Currently, N.C. and the second-largest U.S. bank by resources, said it was operating on the problem, but wouldn't intricate on what triggered the failure.
"We're aware of the internet financial problem and dealing with as quickly as possible," Indicate Pipitone, a spokesperson for the lending company, had written in an email. "We're also operating carefully with our clients to help relieve any problems."
Angry Financial institution of The united states clients took to Tweets to say that they were left disappointed, trying to do their financial on the first day of the 30 days.
Customers of another bank, BBVA Compass, also hit public networking sites on Saturday to grumble about problems obtaining their records on the internet.
The bank reacted on Facebook or myspace, informing clients that it was wanting to take care of system problems impacting immediate remains, such as pay-roll and Social Protection assessments, internet financial and phone-banking accessibility.
The loan provider declared a few hours later that the problems had been settled.
Spokesman Thaddeus Herrick did not intricate on what might have triggered the problems.
BBVA Compass is the U.S. department of Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria SA, Spain's second-largest bank.