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Interac announced about an hour later that the service had been restored, but then followed up with another tweet several hours after, saying that it was continuing to experience an issue. The next day, the company said the service was operating but was experiencing “intermittent issues.”
At 12:30 a.m. Sunday, Interac tweeted that the e-Transfer service was once again fully operational for all banks.
In a statement on their website, Interac apologized for the inconvenience.
“As a payment network, the technical integrity of the system is paramount for us. A technology issue was encountered that affected the ability of the platform to perform efficiently, causing transfer delays and disruptions,” the statement read.
It went on to state that the interruption was not caused by an attack on the system, but was instead related to “internal technical issues.”
The company said no other services, including Debit, Flash, Online or Cash, were affected.