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Author Topic: Banking Co-incidences or Banking Co-ordinations... You be the judge  (Read 1528 times)
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« on: May 06, 2013, 03:38:59 AM »

In other Global Currency Trends ...  Cheesy

What are the odds that so many banks across so many nations would choose this weekend to do website upgrading & maintenance?  Is this just a mere coincidence, ...or is this international co-ordination to get customers accustomed to routine BANK maintenance HOLIDAYS

Banking Alert: Services Limited or uNavailable




There is an update process going on with many major banks and credit unions over the weekend, including Chase, Wells Fargo, First United Bank, CITIGROUP INC, BANCWEST CORPORATION, DEUTSCHE BANK TRUST CORPORATION, BDCU, BECU, Columbia Bank, Concord Bank, Five Point Credit Union, Kemba Credit Union, and many others.

This seems to be an industry wide update and many services will be unavailable or limited. Each bank is a little different, but they are limiting access to accounts, funds, mobile banking, even allowable purchase amounts on debit and credit cards.

Below you’ll find more detailed information from Chase, Columbia Banks and others to give you an idea of what is going on.

This statement is from Columbia Bank:

From May 3 through May 6, the entire Online Banking service at The Columbia Bank is being redesigned to give you greater access to your financial information and better financial control.

Before May 3, 2013:
Complete any of your online transfers, one-time bill payments or stop payment orders.

Friday, May 3, 2013:
After 4AM EDT, Mobile Banking will be unavailable.
At 5PM EDT: All branch offices will close to prepare for the upgrade.
At 7:30PM EDT: Bank by Phone PIN number changes, transfer of funds and stop payment options will be unavailable.

Saturday, May 4, 2013 through Sunday, May 5, 2013
Our Online Banking upgrade will begin. Online Banking transfers, bill payments and stop payments will be unavailable. Mobile Banking will be unavailable.

This is the statement from Chase Bank:

Our branches offering Sunday hours will be open as planned but will have limited access to information and services.

Account Balance: Your balance won’t be updated between 11:30 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday on Chase Online, Chase Mobile, or at an ATM, branch or via telephone banking.

Chase Debit Cards: Your debit card will continue to work, but there may be lower approval limits on purchases.

Chase QuickPaySM, Online Bill Payments, Wires & Account Transfers: Certain functions may not be available but you can schedule future transactions.

Chase Mobile App: You can view your accounts but won’t be able to perform transactions.

Account Alerts: Your Account Alerts may be delayed.

Ultimate Rewards: Rewards information won’t be available. (?)



Important Dates for Online Banking Upgrade
From May 3 through May 6, our entire Online Banking service is being redesigned to give you greater access to your financial information and better financial control.The timeline below contains important information and tasks for our customers related to the system upgrade.



WEBSITE MAINTENANCE
There will be a scheduled system outage for maintenance beginning at 11:00pm on Monday, May 6th and continuing through 4:00am Tuesday, May 7th.  This will affect services such as ATM’s, Home Banking and Matt.  We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

http://www.fivepointcu.org/

There is an update process going on with many major banks and credit unions over the weekend, including Chase, Wells Fargo, First United Bank, CITIGROUP INC, BANCWEST CORPORATION, DEUTSCHE BANK TRUST CORPORATION, BDCU, BECU, Columbia Bank, Concord Bank, Five Point Credit Union, Kemba Credit Union, and many others.

This seems to be an industry wide update and many services will be unavailable or limited. Each bank is a little different, but they are limiting access to accounts, funds, mobile banking, even allowable purchase amounts on debit and credit cards.

Below you’ll find more detailed information from Chase, Columbia Banks and others to give you an idea of what is going on.

This statement is from Columbia Bank:

From May 3 through May 6, the entire Online Banking service at The Columbia Bank is being redesigned to give you greater access to your financial information and better financial control.

Before May 3, 2013:
Complete any of your online transfers, one-time bill payments or stop payment orders.


Friday, May 3, 2013:

After 4AM EDT, Mobile Banking will be unavailable.

At 5PM EDT: All branch offices will close to prepare for the upgrade.

At 7:30PM EDT: Bank by Phone PIN number changes, transfer of funds and stop payment options will be unavailable.

Saturday, May 4, 2013 through Sunday, May 5, 2013

Our Online Banking upgrade will begin. Online Banking transfers, bill payments and stop payments will be unavailable. Mobile Banking will be unavailable.

This is the statement from Chase Bank:

Our branches offering Sunday hours will be open as planned but will have limited access to information and services.

Account Balance: Your balance won’t be updated between 11:30 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday on Chase Online, Chase Mobile, or at an ATM, branch or via telephone banking.

Chase Debit Cards: Your debit card will continue to work, but there may be lower approval limits on purchases.

Chase QuickPaySM, Online Bill Payments, Wires & Account Transfers: Certain functions may not be available but you can schedule future transactions.

Chase Mobile App: You can view your accounts but won’t be able to perform transactions.

Account Alerts: Your Account Alerts may be delayed.

Ultimate Rewards: Rewards information won’t be available. (?)


The Columbia Bank – Important Dates for Online Banking

Important Dates for Online Banking Upgrade
From May 3 through May 6, our entire Online Banking service is being redesigned to give you greater access to your financial information and better financial control.The timeline below contains important information and tasks for our customers related to the system upgrade.   
Online Banking Upgrade
System Upgrade Guide
Mobile Banking
   
Before May 3, 2013:

Complete any of your online transfers, one-time bill payments or stop payment orders.

Enroll for eStatements here OR print, save or download your transaction history:

After May 3, account history older than 3 months will not be available online.

If you anticipate needing transactions older than 3 months, please print, save or download this information prior to May 3 within the current Online Banking system. If you need assistance, please contact your local branch or our Direct Banking Center at 1.888.TCB.BANK (1.888.822.2265).
   
Friday, May 3, 2013:

After 4AM EDT, Mobile Banking will be unavailable.

At 5PM EDT:

All branch offices will close to prepare for the upgrade.

Branches that close prior to 5PM will follow normal closing time.

Our Direct Banking Center will be open normal hours (7AM-8PM) at 1.888.TCB.BANK (1.888.822.2265).

Online Banking transfers, bill payments and stop payments will be unavailable as we transition to the new system. You will have “inquiry-mode” access, but pending transaction details, after this time, will not be updated until Monday, May 6.

At 7:30PM EDT:
Bank by Phone PIN number changes, transfer of funds and stop payment options will be unavailable. You may continue to use Bank by Phone for inquiry on your account information.
You may continue to use your ATM or Relationship Rewards Visa® Debit card for purchases, cash withdrawals, deposits and transfers. However, current balance information will not be available until Monday, May 6 and current Rewards point balances will not be available until Tuesday, May 21.
   
Saturday, May 4, 2013 through Sunday, May 5, 2013

Our Online Banking upgrade will begin.
Branch offices and Direct Banking Center will be open normal hours.
You may continue to use your ATM or Relationship Rewards Visa® Debit card for purchases, cash withdrawals, deposits and transfers. Rewards points will accumulate during the upgrade, but current Rewards balances will not be posted to the Rewards website until Tuesday, May 21.
Online Banking transfers, bill payments and stop payments will be unavailable. You will have “inquiry-mode” access, but pending transaction details, after this time, will not be updated until Monday, May 6.
Bank by Phone PIN number changes, transfer of funds and stop payment options will be unavailable. You may continue to use Bank by Phone for inquiry on your account information. However, current balance information will not be available until Monday, May 6.
Mobile Banking will be unavailable.
   
Monday, May 6, 2013

The upgrade to our new system will be complete.
Our branch offices will be open normal hours.
Online Banking will be accessible -
You will begin with up to 3 months of account transaction history available online.
You will begin accruing up to 16 months of transaction history beginning May 6.
Bill Pay remains the same with convenient access from the homepage of Online Banking.
Ensure all bill payments and transfers were successfully upgraded.
Bank by Phone will be accessible.
Mobile Banking* will be accessible for text and mobile web users, however, you will need to re-enroll within Online Banking. The downloadable application will be available by May 7.
   
After May 6, 2013:

Use your current User ID and Password to access Online Banking.
Update your password and revise your authentication methods for your security.
Bookmark the new login page in your browser’s favorites/bookmarks.

Verify any recurring scheduled transfers that you previously had set up upon your first login. Due to the upgrade, certain types of scheduled transfers, such as quarterly transfers, may need to be re-established within the new system.

On/After May 7: Download new Mobile Banking* applications on the App Store℠ and Google Play™.

On May 21: Enjoy one-click access to Relationship Rewards Points from within Online Banking.
The points you have accumulated so far in the Rewards program will not be affected by the system upgrade, however points earned between May 4 and May 20 will not be posted to the Rewards website until May 21.

You can view any Rewards points earned prior to May 4 online by logging in at MyRelationshipRewards.co m. To check your Rewards points earned between May 4 and May 20, please call 1.800.924.1807 to speak with a Rewards Program Representative.

Questions about the upgrade?

If you have any questions or concerns during the system upgrade, please contact your local branch or our Direct Banking Center at 1.888.TCB.BANK (1.888.822.2265). Our Direct Banking Center will be open:

Friday, May 3 from 7AM to 8PM
Saturday, May 4 from 8AM to 3PM
Monday, May 6 from 7AM to 8PM


FivePoint Credit Union

WEBSITE MAINTENANCE

There will be a scheduled system outage for maintenance beginning at 11:00pm on Monday, May 6th and continuing through 4:00am Tuesday, May 7th.  This will affect services such as ATM’s, Home Banking and Matt.  We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

http://www.fivepointcu.org/



Chase Credit Card Payments Down
Note: This is a service message with information related to your Chase account(s). It may include specific details about transactions, products or online services. If you recently closed your account, please disregard this message.

 

 

We’re making some enhancements to our systems this weekend that will affect some of our services. Please read this carefully to minimize any disruptions to your banking.

From 11:30 p.m. Saturday, May 4th, until about 2 p.m. Sunday, May 5th
(all times Eastern), the following services are affected:

Account Balance

Your balance won’t be updated between 11:30 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday on Chase Online, Chase Mobile, or at an ATM, branch or via telephone banking.

Chase Debit Cards

Your debit card will continue to work, but there may be lower approval limits on purchases.

Chase QuickPaySM

Certain functions may not be available but you can schedule future transactions.

Online Bill Payments

Certain functions may not be available but you can schedule future transactions.

Wires & Account Transfers

Certain functions may not be available but you can schedule future transactions.

Chase Mobile App

You can view your accounts but won’t be able to perform transactions.

Account Alerts

Your Account Alerts may be delayed.

Ultimate Rewards

Rewards information won’t be available.

We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause, and will work to get everything up and running as quickly as possible.



Access to the service may be limited, delayed or unavailable during periods of peak demand, market volatility, system upgrades or maintenance, or electronic, communication or system problems, or for other reasons.




First United Bank

ALERT


On May 4th your account(s) will be upgraded to a new system.

https://www.1stunitedbnk.com/home/fiFiles/static/documents/Consumer%20FUB%20FAQs%20updated.pdf


BDCU

INTERNET BANKING MAINTENANCE
On Monday 6th May BDCU Internet Banking will be unavailable between 6.00pm and 9.00pm.

We are conducting maintenance to upgrade our software and include some enhanced security features.  You may notice some minor changes to the look and feel.  We apologize for any inconvenience caused.

Announcement on Temporary Suspension of BOC Online Banking and Mobile Banking Services



Dear Customers,

We plan to upgrade our banking system and we are sorry to inform you that our Online Banking and Mobile Banking service will be unavailable from 17:00 May 4 – 00:00 May 5, 2013 (UK Time).

Please accept our apology for any inconvenience caused by us.

Thank you for your understanding.

Bank of China Limited

http://lisaleaks.com/2013/05/01/banking-alert-services-limited-or-unavailable/



Who wants to wager whether at some point, ...after the public gets used to these routine bank holidays, ...that when the sites and access to accounts does return, ...there may be significant amounts frozen, ...or possibly even transferred out of account holders accounts... possibly en route to China or elsewhere to settle indebtedness?  Cheesy
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« Reply #1 on: May 07, 2013, 06:24:03 PM »

of course, government would never be able to access anyones karatbars   Roll Eyes
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« Reply #2 on: July 15, 2013, 01:12:04 PM »

I just saw this nonsense post and am, I must admit, amused... I have accounts with two of the banks listed by our resident gold peddler, and I noticed no outage in May (except the scheduled one hour website outage between 2:00am and 3:00am on Sundays).

Curious, I called both banks and ask if they had any outages during those dates... nope.

More curious still, I googled for this. Surprise surprise, all I found was forum posts by people copy-pasting this exact content and predicting everything from imminent war to the unavoidable asset confiscation that was going to be happening.
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« Reply #3 on: July 15, 2013, 02:18:55 PM »

I just saw this nonsense post and am, I must admit, amused... I have accounts with two of the banks listed by our resident gold peddler, and I noticed no outage in May (except the scheduled one hour website outage between 2:00am and 3:00am on Sundays).

Curious, I called both banks and ask if they had any outages during those dates... nope.

More curious still, I googled for this. Surprise surprise, all I found was forum posts by people copy-pasting this exact content and predicting everything from imminent war to the unavoidable asset confiscation that was going to be happening.

You have to face facts avxo, there are people out there who have spotted trends and are in the know with a of clarity that makes most of the world transparent.  They know why things happen and the secrets that are hidden from us.  Much of this is because of wis-matic rhetoric.  Just ignore any facts that contradict your brilliant suspicions and you will gain the same clarity.
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« Reply #4 on: July 16, 2013, 01:05:15 PM »

She who lasts laugh, ...laughs the loudest!
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« Reply #5 on: July 16, 2013, 01:31:50 PM »

She who lasts laugh, ...laughs the loudest!

The only laughter you hear is when you tell people about your "acting career" and having been "Miss Black Ontario"

You've already done your time in jail but you still haven't learned.
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« Reply #6 on: July 16, 2013, 07:51:19 PM »

She who lasts laugh, ...laughs the loudest!

Can you laugh after you provide some proof that the post you made is based on facts? A link to press releases by these banks you mention saying there's an outage planned would be a good start.
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« Reply #7 on: July 16, 2013, 08:10:56 PM »

Classic come back in the absence of facts or legit argument:

Laughs last..  Blah blah


Actually not classic, instead cowardly. 
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« Reply #8 on: July 16, 2013, 08:42:08 PM »

Of course there's always cut and pasting long articles and youtube vids
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