BPI issues second advisory on error being fixed

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Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, June 9) — The Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) announced at 9 p.m. Thursday that its clients could again access the bank's electronic channels.

"As we expect an initially high volume of transactions, you may experience traffic-related difficulties in accessing online and mobile channels, but we anticipate this to normalize very soon," the bank said in its Twitter account.

BPI has been in hot water since Wednesday after its customers found unauthorized transactions in their bank accounts.

Read: BPI: Problems with accounts will be resolved 'within the day'

Some becoming instant billionaires, while others were left with nothing and even owed the bank money.

Read: BPI client finds billions of pesos in account

Netizens took their grievances to social media, with some poked fun at the bank error.

Meanwhile, another netizen raised the possibility of a lawsuit against the bank.

Anyone want to start a class action lawsuit against the Bank of the Philippine Islands? We must not give @TalktoBPI a get out of jail card.

— Francis Plaza (@jeSuisFrancis) June 8, 2017

The June 8 advisory was the second notice from the bank.

On June 7, the bank said it has "rectified the mis-postings" related to the error.

However, the bank's clients still found errors in their accounts, which prompted BPI to deactivate its electronic channels on Thursday.

Read: BPI deactivates electronic channels following extended glitch reports