Several Banks Announce Scheduled Maintenance And Service Disruption This Week

Several Banks Announce Scheduled Maintenance And Service Disruption This Week

Several banks recently announced that they will undergo scheduled maintenance this week. Some of their services will experience temporary disruptions.

Here’s what you need to know about each bank’s scheduled maintenance:

Bank Rakyat

Bank Rakyat tweeted that it will undergo maintenance from October 9, 4pm, to October 12, 12pm. It advised users to follow their social media channels for the latest updates on the matter.

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CIMB

Several services will undergo scheduled maintenance in stages until October 17, 6am:

FromToServices Under Maintenance
October 3, 2020
(12am)
October 9, 2020
(11:59pm)
ePayment services
October 9, 2020
(8pm)
October 10, 2020
(6am)
JomPAY and SpeedSend
October 16, 2020
(11pm)
October 17, 2020
(9m)
CIMB Clicks, CIMB EVA
October 17, 2020
(12am)
October 17, 2020
(6am)
FPX services
October 17, 2020
(12am)
October 17, 2020
(6am)
Maxis prepaid reload

HSBC

HSBC announced that its debit card transactions will be affected during these times:

Affected servicesMaintenance dateEstimated interruption period
Debit Card Transactions (Visa only)October 11, 202012am - 1am
Debit Card Online TransactionsOctober 10, 20201am - 7am
(1-2 mins interruption only)
October 17, 20201am - 7am
(1-2 mins interruption only)
October 18, 20203am - 7am

Maybank

Maybank tweeted that the following services will be temporarily unavailable:

Public Bank

The Star reported that Public Bank has also issued a system maintenance notice for their banking site and its PB engage app. These services will be unavailable on October 8 from 12am to 4am. However, the notice does not seem to be on Public Bank’s Announcement page any more.

RHB

RHB tweeted its Mobile Banking app will be temporarily unavailable:

These service disruptions will occur at non-peak hours, and will last for only a few hours, so it may not affect your day-to-day banking transactions. Nevertheless, these banks advise customers to perform their transactions ahead of time to minimise inconvenience.

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