During technical work, card transactions will be temporarily unavailable, warned Oleg Gorokhovsky.
On the evening of Sunday, November 19, Monobank will suspend work in connection with preparations for a possible blackout in Ukraine. This was announced by the institution’s co-founder Oleg Gorokhovsky on Telegram on Saturday, August 19.
“We are preparing the systems for performance in the event of a complete blackout, so tonight from 00.30 to 05.00 we are carrying out maintenance work. We need this time to install updates to the internal systems, ” he wrote.
According to Gorokhovsky, the opening of new cards, accounts, deposits, banks and installments is temporarily unavailable during technical work. Also, card transactions (payments, deposits, transfers) will not be available from 3:00 to 5:00.
“Please do not make payments during this period, as they are unlikely to be successful,” Gorokhovsky warned.
Earlier, Monobank announced an increase in commission for cash withdrawals. The decision was due to the fact that banks that own ATMs in Ukraine more than doubled the interbank reimbursement rate for cash withdrawals by customers of other banks.
It was also reported that Monobank stopped serving clients from the Russian Federation and Belarus. This decision also affected Crimea and the so-called “republic” of Donbass.
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