Bank Pekao, Santander Bank Polska, ING Bank Śląski, mBank, Alior Bank and Bank Pocztowy – these banks have planned service works in the coming days. Therefore, customers must prepare for disruptions. Some people will not be able to log in to online and mobile banking. Some customers may also have problems with card payments.
Bank Pekao announced maintenance works on the night from Saturday to Sunday (October 28-29).
As we read in the message, between 2:30 a.m. and 3:30 a.m. you will not be able to log in, among others. to the Pekao24 website and use the PeoPay application. The PeoPay KIDS application will also be unavailable.
Moreover, on Sunday, from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m., there will be a break in the delivery of notifications about credits to the account, completed standing orders, direct debits and completed Blik operations (payments, cash withdrawals).
“Remember to order transfers or other planned operations in electronic banking in advance. Cards and ATMs will work properly,” we read in the bank’s announcement.
Santander Bank Polska
This weekend, Santander Bank Polska customers must also prepare for difficulties.
The bank notified that on Sunday night, from 1:30 a.m. to 3:30 a.m., instant transfers and payments in online stores (Przelew24) and Blik will not work.
“Cards will work. If you need to send an urgent transfer, do it before your scheduled break. If necessary, you can also withdraw additional cash from an ATM,” the bank wrote.
ING Bank Śląski
“We are planning service works from 11 p.m. on Saturday (October 28) to 5.30 a.m. on Sunday (October 29). During this time, the Moje ING system, ATMs and online payments may be unavailable,” ING Bank Śląski said in a statement.
During this time, the following may not work: ATMs and cash deposit machines, the Moje ING online banking system and the Moje ING mobile application, Blik payments (including phone transfers), express transfers (you will not be able to order or receive them), online payments using Płać z ING and online card payments with 3DSecure (i.e. those that you additionally confirm in the application or with a one-time SMS code).
“If you can, withdraw cash, make necessary transfers and purchases outside service hours,” the bank recommended.
“On the last Sunday in October, let’s switch to winter time. We set the clocks back one hour, i.e. from 3:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. This year, we change summer time to winter time on the night of October 28 to 29. For us, this means exclusion of the bank. However, we will use this opportunity to introduce changes that will allow us to develop the products and services you use at the bank,” mBank said.
The bank noted that the break end times are for winter time.
“Between 2:10 a.m. and 5:30 a.m., you will not pay by card, withdraw cash from an ATM, or use a cash deposit machine. You will not pay for online purchases between 2:10 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. Between 2:10 a.m. and 8:00 a.m., you will not log in to your account on the Internet or in the mobile application. “You will not submit any application during this time,” mBank said.
mLinia is also not supposed to work. “Please order all important transfers in advance,” advise mBank representatives.
Alior Bank also announced interruptions in the operation of some services.
“On October 28, 2023 (Saturday) from 10 p.m. to October 29, 2023 (Sunday) until 4 a.m., we will carry out maintenance work. During this time, Alior Online and Alior Mobile online banking will be unavailable,” the bank informed.
These works are expected to have no impact on card transactions and ATM withdrawals. “At the same time, we would like to inform you that the period of unavailability may be extended, about which we will inform you on an ongoing basis,” it was emphasized.
Some Bank Pocztowy services will not work next week.
“Due to the planned administrative works on November 1, 2023 from 10 p.m. to November 2, 2023 at 5 a.m., there may be short-term problems in making non-cash and cash transactions with payment cards, including mobile transactions carried out via digital wallets “- we read in the bank’s announcement.
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