DBS investigating duplicate deductions reported by credit and debit card users in Singapore


A file photo of people making transactions at DBS bank ATM machines in Singapore. The bank said on June 18 that it is aware of duplicate transactions on selected cards and is investigating to make refunds. — AFP

SINGAPORE: DBS Bank customers have flagged a glitch in the lender’s banking services, with several of them saying that they were charged twice for transactions made on credit and debit cards.

The bank said on Friday (June 18) that it is aware of duplicate transactions on selected cards and is investigating to make refunds.

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