Many Capital One Bank account holders learned today that the bank has been double charging many recent transactions resulting in hundreds if not thousands of dollars missing from banks accounts across the country.

“Thanks @CapitalOne for the heart attack this morning. Bank has a glitch where they are double processing all transactions. I love waking up missing thousands of dollars,” a user tweeted.

Capital One said it is aware of the double charging glitch and is working to fix the missing money from its users’ accounts.

“Debit card bank transactions have us seeing double today. Rest assured our support teams are engaged & working towards a fix. Hanging on the phone? We know the waiting game's no fun & we apologize for the holdup. In the meantime, you can login online or via the app for updates,” the company said in a statement.

To make matter worse, as the tweet says, the company is having trouble with the amount of phone calls it is receiving in regards to the double charging.

Many other users on Twitter also voiced their concern with the Capital One double charging bug.

Update, as of 12:40 p.m., users are still reporting that funds are missing from their Capital One accounts and are still having trouble contacting the company.

"A known issue is at play here, and IT's hot on the case. No firm ETA to share, but we're working to nix the double vision as quickly as possible. Thanks for hanging in there with us," Capital One said. As of 2 p. m. EST Wednesday, no fix to the bug was final. The company was still respond to user complaints online.

"We apologize that some Customers are seeing duplicate debit card transactions & experiencing long phone hold times. All hands are on deck working on a fix & Customers won't be responsible for any fees due to this issue. For updates, login online or via the mobile app," the company said Wednesday afternoon.

Stay with International Business Times for update on the Capital One double charging bug that is resulting is missing funds.