By Associated Press - Tuesday, July 8, 2014

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - Officials at Topeka-based CoreFirst Bank say full service has been restored to its computer-based applications after an earlier outage.

KSNT-TV (https://bit.ly/1rON5QT ) reports a cut in an AT&T fiber-optic line late Tuesday morning affected ATM services, credit and debit card transactions, mobile applications and the bank’s website.

CoreFirst president Kurt Kuta tells the station that service was restored around 8:30 p.m.

Kuta said that the disruption had left the bank working off account balances as of Monday’s close of business. Transactions made after the outage were recorded in part of the bank’s computer server, but didn’t show up for customers.

The disruption affected all CoreFirst branches in the Topeka area and in Manhattan, Johnson County and Emporia, Kansas, as well as Denver, Colorado.



Kuta says no customers have lost any money.

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Information from: KSNT-TV.

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