Updated October 17, 2008 @ 4:19PM:
Guys, David told me I can login via the Classic version now.
Though there were good times of attending the new Maybank2u sneak preview, I’m beginning to worry about their website now – I’m very worried.
Despite it not being the end of the world, I’ve always used Maybank2u for a number of important online tasks; fund transfers and mobile topup. All of this is being done online because I don’t want to have to force myself to visit a 7-Eleven to get my topup or go to the ATM (which breaks down often) nearby. My tasks are so common it makes me now ponder; how much online transactions is Maybank2u losing right now due to their heavy load?
It’s been a month since I attended the special preview of the new Maybank2u website launch. Then, David informed me my review was highlighted during yesterday’s new maybank2u website press conference. It was alongside 2 other bloggers; Erna Mahyuni and David Lian.
They quoted from my entry:
…I was more impressed with one of the slides shared by Maybankâ€™s virtual banking department. It displayed a real summary of how much commitment and importance Maybank had finally given to its website.