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Nationwide Building Society is a British mutual financial institution. Its headquarters are in Swindon, England. Nationwide offers current accounts, savings, investments, loans, credit cards and other financial products.

Problems in the last 24 hours in Market Harborough, England

The chart below shows the number of Nationwide reports we have received in the last 24 hours from users in Market Harborough and surrounding areas. An outage is declared when the number of reports exceeds the baseline, represented by the red line.

Nationwide Outage Chart in Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England 11/30/2023 03:40

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Most Reported Problems

The following are the most recent problems reported by Nationwide users through our website.

  1. Mobile App (35%)

    Mobile App (35%)

  2. Transactions (22%)

    Transactions (22%)

  3. Website (20%)

    Website (20%)

  4. Login (14%)

    Login (14%)

  5. Withdrawals (5%)

    Withdrawals (5%)

  6. Transfer (4%)

    Transfer (4%)

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Nationwide Issues Reports Near Market Harborough, England

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Market Harborough and nearby locations:

  • MartynSpencer10 Martyn (@MartynSpencer10) reported from Oadby and Wigston, England

    @AskNationwide hello I accidentally clicked to delete a direct debit and clicked on the wrong one, I don’t know what to do, please can you help

Nationwide Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • VertebratePub VertebratePublishing (@VertebratePub) reported

    @AskNationwide is there a problem with online payments at the moment? Lots of failed attempts across multiple cards.

  • _peterhopkins Peter Hopkins (@_peterhopkins) reported

    @AskNationwide Thanks Mel, Samantha from that number is trying to call him now (issues with mobile phone usage cap).

  • MotogpLane Geoff Lane (@MotogpLane) reported

    @AskNationwide Your app has stopped working, when will it be up and running again

  • sitruc_eel Lee Curtis (@sitruc_eel) reported

    @AskNationwide @EAW1969 There are issues this morning, trying to pay for my grocery top up and getting the same. Via my PC, no mobile connectivity issues, no app, straight old fashioned website.

  • jenibate Jeni Bate (@jenibate) reported

    @AskNationwide That's a very long 24 hours! Or was that enough time to cross check my name with the open ticket with cust serv and find other reasons you won't help me care for my parent?

  • ExplainingMoney (@ExplainingMoney) reported

    4. @AskNationwide round of this weeks list, offering £100 to new customers and £125 to existing ones, who switch to any of their flex accounts. (Excl basic) Open new or switch into existing account, include 2 DDs and switch date must be within 10 working days.

  • SillarsAnthony Anthony Sillars (@SillarsAnthony) reported

    My solicitor asked #themortgageworks for a settlement figure on a property on 20th July. Today is 1st September!! It was promised within 20 working days - today is the 30th working day. The company that owns them @AskNationwide seems happy with such #badcustomerservice.

  • SiGi1969 Northern Luddite (@SiGi1969) reported

    @AskNationwide you have removed the secure message facility from my account and I have been forced to use the chat service Arti which is unable to answer my query and I am now waiting to be connected to one of the team for the last 30 minutes. Please help!

  • AnneAshworth Anne Ashworth (@AnneAshworth) reported

    Stat of the day from @AskNationwide figures show the impact of rising #energy costs (based on April price cap). The most energy efficient homes (rated A-C) pay £1,700 a year. The least efficient (rated F-G) pay about £3,900. Our poorly insulated housing stock is a huge problem!

  • _peterhopkins Peter Hopkins (@_peterhopkins) reported

    Hey @AskNationwide any chance someone could call our son in Washington DC whose card you’ve managed to freeze. On hold on your ‘helpline’ and customer service is closed.