BofA to refund Apple Pay customers charged twice

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SAN JOSE, CALIF. — Bank of America apologized Wednesday for a double-billing glitch that affected some customers who made purchases with Apple Pay, the new mobile payments service that Apple launched this week.

Some customers have reported they were charged twice for the same purchase when they used Bank of America debit cards with Apple Pay.

The glitch involved about 1,000 transactions, and all duplicate charges will be refunded, said Bank of America spokeswoman Tara Burke.

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