UPDATE 1-RBS aware of debit card glitches for customers in Britain
* Some RBS, NatWest, Ulster Bank debit cards affected
* RBS suffers string of payments issues in recent years
* Bank 'working to resolve the issue' (Adds past glitches)
LONDON, Oct 14 Royal Bank of Scotland is aware some customers are experiencing problems using their debit cards across Britain, it said on Friday, in the latest apparent glitch to hit the bank's IT systems.
RBS is working to resolve the issue, which left some customers using the group's RBS, Natwest and Ulster Bank brands in Britain and Northern Ireland unable to make pound sterling-denominated transactions, a spokeswoman... read more
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