Foreign exchange financials company Travelex has suspended its UK-based digital services offline since New Year's Eve, following the discovery of an undisclosed malware program.

As of Jan. 3 at 11:30 a.m. ET, the London-based company remains unable to conduct monetary transactions via its website or app. Services are still being conducted manually, however.

"We have deployed teams of IT specialists and external cybersecurity experts who have been working continuously since New Year's Eve to isolate the virus and restore affected systems," reads a company statement on Twitter. "We are doing all we can to restore our full services as soon as possible."

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