Bank's corrupted file keeps millions of Australians without cash

The National Australia Bank said that it has fixed a computer problem that left millions of customers short of cash for days.

The National Australia Bank (NAB) said that it has fixed a computer problem that left millions of customers short of cash and has scotched reports the problem was due to human error.

Chaos erupted late on Wednesday when a corrupted computer file crippled NAB's payment system, leaving affected customers without their pay until as late as Monday.

NAB spokesman George Wright said the accounts of all but 19,000 customers have now been fixed.

For more on this story, read NAB repairs glitch after horror weekend on ZDNet Australia.

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