Maybank Is Having Intermittent Issues With Maybank2u & M2U And MAE Apps
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If you’ve been having issues accessing Maybank2u or the M2U and MAE apps over the last few hours, you’re not alone. One day after experiencing a similar downtime, Maybank has again announced that it is facing “intermittent slowness” across all of its online and app access.

As a result, users will face issues accessing all of Maybank’s online touchpoints. Based on my experience, I was able to access Maybank2u this morning, before facing issues such as website not loading and both M2U and MAE apps not responding in the afternoon, and gradually got worse over the course of the day.

At the time of writing, Maybank has not indicated when the issue will be resolved, but we are able to gain access to the Maybank2u website. However, the M2U and MAE apps are inaccessible, with users getting a maintenance notice instead.

Maybank’s statement reads:

#MBBAlert, Dear valued customers,

Kindly be informed that we are currently experiencing intermittent slowness on MAE app, M2U MY app and Maybank2u web.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused and are working to resolve the matter as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

We will update this post when Maybank has announced that it has resolved the issue.

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