SCB to briefly shut down ATM system to upgrade system and customer services

Stocks and Financial Services Press Releases Tuesday January 10, 2017 12:00
Bangkok--10 Jan--Siam Commercial Bank
In a bid to upgrade its ATM system and service quality, SCB will temporarily shut down its ATM system from Friday, 13 January at 23.00 hrs. to Saturday, 14 January at 5.00 hrs.

During the service suspension customers will be unable to use ATM, debit, or credit cards at SCB and other bank ATMs/CDMs, and will be unable to use debit cards to make payments via EDC. However, customers can use SCB credit cards (via EDC) at merchants as usual. Internet Banking (Easy Net), Mobile Banking (Easy App), and UP2ME will operate normally, and customers will be able to transfer to SCB accounts, but not other bank accounts.

Customers are kindly requested to plan their transactions in advance to avoid being unable to make a transaction. SCB apologizes for any inconvenience. For inquiries, please contact the SCB Call Center at 02 777 7777.


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