ABA iBanking glitchy as fuck ?

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ABA iBanking glitchy as fuck ?

Postby chilliwilli » Sat Oct 20, 2018 11:34 am

Is anybody else here a regular user of ABA ibanking for transfers OS ? I am finding it very glitchy at the moment. Either i cannot log in at all. / it logs me in momentarily and I can see the functions but then boots me in an instant / it logs me in and I stay in but as soon as i select a function it boots me.
I have cleared history and cookies etc, restarted device , tried different devices etc. ...all same issue.

ABA customer service telling me everything working at their end which is clearly bullshit,....
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Re: ABA iBanking glitchy as fuck ?

Postby logos » Sat Oct 20, 2018 1:31 pm

I don't do os transfers but their other functions work just fine
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Re: ABA iBanking glitchy as fuck ?

Postby Spigzy » Sat Oct 20, 2018 3:44 pm

It has been very glitchy to the point our work transfers have reverted to cheques. I think they are putting in a new platform, so hopefully it’ll be top notch thereafter.
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Re: ABA iBanking glitchy as fuck ?

Postby slavedog » Mon Oct 22, 2018 5:09 pm

They did an upgrade over Pchum Benh.

I've had a few problems such as electricity bills paid, but not showing up at all on the statement for a week. And lots of payments sitting in the pending / blocked list for much longer than normal. I've got a $400+ hotel bill that's been pending since 18th September - not sure what to do about that one.
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