Clients and organizations of banking monster NatWest were hit with issues utilizing its internet based administrations.
Scores of individuals announced issues signing on to the site - albeit the bank said its versatile application was unaffected.
The issue was first revealed at around 9am on DownDetector, a webpage that screens site disappointments, and tweet from NatWest an hour after the fact recognized the circumstance, saying: "Our site is as of now inaccessible.
"We're buckling down getting it back fully operational for you."
The tweet encouraged those with pressing issues to contact the bank.
At 3pm, exactly six hours after the fact, online access was as yet upset.
A few clients were gotten out attempting to pay compensation on the web.
One composed on Twitter: "We are right now hoping to pay our wages by means of Bank line, would we say we are ready to do this through joined connection? Additionally we are a business client should this be possible?"
They were encouraged to contact the business group direct.
One more said the issue additionally had all the earmarks of being influencing standing requests not appearing as being sent or gotten.
NatWest was guiding business clients to its nwolb.com address yet when ITV News actually look at that location, it additionally showed up down, however later we got admittance.
One Twitter client expressed: "Can't pay staff compensation by means of nwolb as we need the mass rundown on Bankline which is presently inaccessible. Will the help be continued today?"
After around eight hours of disturbance, Natwest affirmed their site was working by and by.
The bank tweeted: "Our site is currently back going.
"Sorry for any issues this caused you and much obliged for your understanding while we fixed it."