Upcoming Maintenance and Service Disruptions for Several Banks

Upcoming Maintenance and Service Disruptions for Several Banks

Several banks in Poland have announced upcoming maintenance and service disruptions that will affect their customers in the coming days. These disruptions may cause inconvenience and limited access to certain bank services and applications.

Bank Pekao

Bank Pekao has planned maintenance work on Sunday, August 13, from 12:00 PM to 8:00 PM. The modernization process will specifically affect the bank’s brokerage services, potentially causing problems for customers accessing Pekao24Makler, PeoPay application, and eTrader Pekao platform.

Alior Bank

Alior Bank has announced that on Saturday, August 12, from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM, their currency exchange platform Autodealing will be unavailable. Additionally, from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM on the same day, certain investment functionalities will not be accessible. Customers should be cautious when charging their mobile phones during these times as there could be a higher risk of data theft.

ING Bank Śląski

Customers of ING Bank Śląski should prepare for extensive technical breaks. The first outage will occur on Saturday, August 12, from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM, during which the Broker module of the internet banking system will be unavailable. More significant disruptions will take place during the night from Saturday to Sunday. From midnight to 5:30 AM, customers will be unable to make online payments with 3D Secure, change transaction limits or PIN codes, transfer funds from a credit card account, and perform operations on electronic banking cards. Additionally, in the night from Sunday to Monday, from midnight to 4:00 AM, customers should expect difficulties using ING/Planet Cash deposit and ATM machines.

Bank Nowy

Bank Nowy has also announced a temporary interruption in access to their electronic banking services. On Friday, August 11, from 9:00 PM to 11:00 PM, the bank’s online platforms will be unavailable, and there may be problems with card transactions.

These service disruptions are necessary for the banks to carry out maintenance and modernization work, but may cause inconvenience and limited access to banking services for some customers. It is advisable for customers to plan their banking activities accordingly, and in case of any urgent requirements, to reach out to their respective banks for further assistance.

– Bankier.pl
– TVN24 Biznes

Krzysztof Hajdas