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  • Monzo pre-empts banking downtime
  • Monzo pre-empts banking downtime
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Monzo pre-empts banking downtime

It can be frustrating having your card declined, and even more so when you discover that it wasn't due to a lack of funds, but a banking error instead. Mobile bank Monzo saved its 120,000 customers extra stress and embarrassment by notifying them of such an issue right away.

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