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Customers of the UK's Nationwide Building Society have suffered intermittent service to the bank's website since this morning, and the access problems are ongoing.

But though access to the website continues to be patchy, a Nationwide spokeswoman was adamant that service on the internet bank had not been disrupted:

"Customers have always had access to the internet bank but not the website," she said.

The spokeswoman added that the problems had started this morning and engineers are currently working to resolve them. Nationwide haven't posted any official statements on the blinky access but they have been fielding customer enquiries on Twitter.

Nationwide was unable to tell El Reg what the cause of the problem was. ®

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