After a few hours of customers complaining about problems accessing accounts and direct deposits, Capital One says their "technical issues" have been resolved.

"The technical issues impacting some of our services have been resolved. If you continue to experience any difficulties, please reach out to us. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience," the financial organization said in a tweet. 

Earlier on Friday, Capital One's customer service team said that a "technical issue" was impacting direct deposits and the ability for some of its customers to even access their accounts. 

The timing was poor considering it is a Friday that also happens to be the first of the month, when bills and rent tend to be due.  

Many customers posted about their frustration online and tweeted about not seeing their paychecks and needing to pay bills. 

On Friday morning Capital One had acknowledge the issue saying in a tweet, "Capital One is experiencing a technical issue impacting customer money movement, including direct deposits, and the ability for some customers to access accounts. We are actively working to resolve the issue and restore all services. We greatly apologize for the inconvenience."

Earlier this year, Capital One revealed it suffered a massive security breach when a hacker gained access to personal information from around 100 million people in the U.S. and around 6 million in Canada.  

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