M2U, MAE apps and Maybank2U website up and running again after earlier service disruption

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It appears that they are currently facing a service disruption that affects both website and mobile app. — SoyaCincau pic
It appears that they are currently facing a service disruption that affects both website and mobile app. — SoyaCincau pic

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 20 — Maybank has updated that its M2U and MAE apps, as well as Maybank2u website, are back to normal at 6.46pm.

If you can’t access your Maybank account via Maybank2u or the MAE app in the past hour, you’re not alone. It appears that they are currently facing a service disruption that affects both website and mobile app.

Maybank2u MAE down. — SoyaCincau pic
Maybank2u MAE down. — SoyaCincau pic

On the desktop web browser, we are able to see the login page, but there’s no response after entering the username. On the mobile web browser, we got a “Method Not Allowed” warning, while the MAE smartphone app returns a “We are unable to process your request” or “scheduled maintenance” screen.

Maybank is aware of the issue and they are trying to solve it as soon as possible. It acknowledged that the interruption affects their Maybank MY and MAE applications as well as the Maybank2u website. — SoyaCincau

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