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Yesterday Bangkok Bank ATM'S where down  and lead to  crowded branches  Is there  any Bangkok Bank ATM'S working normal today    

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53 minutes ago, BritManToo said:

This bank is no longer worthy of my trust.

The question was are they working today  

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1 hour ago, Swiss1960 said:

Yes, they should work, they identified the problem yesterday. From a well know newspaper:

I haven't tried an ATM today but the mobile app that was overloaded yesterday is working fine today.

And the micropayment/fund raisers might be plausible as it was probably done through the mobile app? The site via the PC web browser worked all the time.

 

An interesting new danger on the net:

denial of service attack by fundraiser :biggrin:

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32 minutes ago, jonesthepost said:

The question was are they working today  

Are you aware that for withdrawals you can use other banks ATM without a fee for four times a month?

(provided that not the complete payment network "ATM pool" is broken down)

If there is a queue at one ATM I go to another one.

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3 hours ago, KhunBENQ said:

Are you aware that for withdrawals you can use other banks ATM without a fee for four times a month?

(provided that not the complete payment network "ATM pool" is broken down)

If there is a queue at one ATM I go to another one.

That's good to know.  Thanks.

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3 hours ago, KhunBENQ said:

Are you aware that for withdrawals you can use other banks ATM without a fee for four times a month?

(provided that not the complete payment network "ATM pool" is broken down)

If there is a queue at one ATM I go to another one.

Not if you only had a BKB card yesterday, the entire BKB system refused to work.

Bank book in branch was the only option.

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13 minutes ago, BritManToo said:

Not if you only had a BKB card yesterday, the entire BKB system refused to work.

Bank book in branch was the only option.

I see, makes sense if BKB doesn't respond on the network.

All "domestic" ATM transactions are online.

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I just got another 60k out today from using 2 different bank cards in one machine being K Bank. Just use any machine and get your money out even if they do charge you 15 baht, but FYI nowadays they don't charge.

 

 

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4 hours ago, BritManToo said:

Not if you only had a BKB card yesterday, the entire BKB system refused to work.

Bank book in branch was the only option.

I never did understand why you need the bank book to withdraw funds but not to deposit them?

 

Why isn't the debit card sufficient with valid ID?

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19 minutes ago, dingdongrb said:

I never did understand why you need the bank book to withdraw funds but not to deposit them?

 

Why isn't the debit card sufficient with valid ID?

You should be the VP of Treasury for one of the world's largest banks.  Then you can fix the problems you find.

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26 minutes ago, Dante99 said:

You should be the VP of Treasury for one of the world's largest banks.  

I am, you didn't know that?

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