Chime, one of the hottest digital banks taking on Wall Street, faced outages that could see it lose customers. It highlights how competitive digital banking has become.
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Chime, a startup digital bank, experienced service outages beginning Wednesday afternoon that locked customers out of their accounts.  

ATM withdrawals and card transactions have been restored, according to Chime, but the app and website were still down as of Thursday afternoon. 

Angry Chime customers took to Twitter, threatening to pull money once the app and website were back online and move to traditional banks such as JPMorgan Chase, or Wells Fargo. 

"This is definitely going to make me...

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