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So it all happened in India  July 3, 2012 – 05:32 pm
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According to press reports, the problems that have caused so much trouble to so many customers of RBS banking group were caused by an inexperienced operative who was based in Hyderabad India and is thought to have wiped information during a routine software upgrade. It is believed that some of the team responsible for the error were recruited in India following redundancies in the UK. Unions here at less than pleased and are already pointing the finger at outsourcing designed to save the bank money. The unions claim that Indian staff is paid as little as £9, 000, compared with £50, 000 their British counterparts.

It would appear that the error, although resolved last Friday, affected 17 million customers and it created a massive backlog of transactions running into a 100 million plus. All the deleted information had to be re-entered into the system, a very lengthy process with inevitable consequences. An un-named person who has worked for RBS for many years said that “when they did the back-out, a major error was made.” RBS have not yet commented on the claims.

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