Upcoming Maintenance at Various Banks – Prepare for Disruptions

Upcoming Maintenance at Various Banks – Prepare for Disruptions

Several banks in Poland have scheduled maintenance work in the coming days, which means that customers should be prepared for disruptions. Some of these disruptions may affect card payments.

mBank, one of the banks undergoing maintenance, has announced that from Saturday night to Sunday morning, between 2:30 am and 6:40 am, customers will not be able to make card payments or withdraw cash from ATMs. Online shopping will also be affected between 2:30 am and 8:00 am. Furthermore, during this timeframe, customers will not be able to log in to their accounts on the internet or through the mobile application. Limited functionality will be available through mLinia, the bank’s telephone helpline.

VeloBank’s electronic banking services will be unavailable from Saturday at 11:50 pm until Sunday at 10:30 am. This means that customers will not be able to make transfers or use the Blik payment system. Online card payments may also be disrupted.

BOŚ Bank will undergo maintenance work from Friday at 11:00 pm to Saturday at 2:00 am. During this time, the BOŚBank24 system and mobile application, mojeID service, and TeleBOŚ will be unavailable.

Bank BPS has scheduled maintenance work on Friday from 10:00 pm to 11:00 pm, during which there will be no possibility to process card payments through the bank’s online banking system.

Bank Pocztowy, on the other hand, will experience disruptions in card functionalities from Sunday night to Monday morning, between 12:30 am and 1:30 am. There may be temporary difficulties in conducting both cashless and cash transactions, including mobile payments through digital wallets.

Customers of these banks are advised to plan their transactions in advance and withdraw cash if necessary. The maintenance work aims to improve system performance and ensure the smooth functioning of banking services.

Definitions:
– Maintenance work: Periodic updates, repairs, or improvements made to a system or infrastructure to maintain its optimal functioning.
– Card payments: Transactions made using a debit or credit card.
– Digital wallets: Platforms or applications that allow users to store and manage their payment card information virtually.

Sources:
– mBank
– VeloBank
– BOŚ Bank
– Bank BPS
– Bank Pocztowy

Julia Rządzińska