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My Bank reports the following:-
"Electronic customer delivery facilities, notably ATMs, EFTPOS, BPAY and the Bank's telephone and internet banking services are functioning normally."
"In summary, the Bank can report there has been no Y2K-caused disruption to the Bank's systems, operations or services", Mr Pritchard said.
BUT, for the first time (ever) I can't access (my accounts at) this bank via the internet. Also the first time I have tried in 2000. Y2K bug ???
-- david letcher (email@example.com), January 01, 2000
Well, I bank with the Commonwealth Bank, also in Australia, and just did a transaction over the internet. Maybe it is just a temporary thing? I sure hope so! :-)
-- Meryl Dorey (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 01, 2000.
If you click on a web site that will not connect, try reconnecting to your service provider, and trying again. I tried to access a site after midnight after no connection thought-"uh oh!" THen i signed off then on again to my provider(aol-lol), and all sites were normally available.
-- Thepoke Smotdude (email@example.com), January 01, 2000.
Digital certificate expiration could affect millions - Yahoo News - January 1, 2000
Internet Banking and any other online accounts that require secure transactions are current Internet Certificates found in your Web browser. The link above explains it. you may need to download a recent copy of IE or Navigator.
-- Adrian David Heath (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 01, 2000.
David Letcher -
Update us on what is happening with your Internet banking capabilites. Was it a temporary thing? Where are you located and what was the time and date of your attempt?
Thanks! Jen Bunker (email@example.com)
-- Jennifer Bunker (Salt Lake City, Utah) (Jen@bunkergroup.com), January 02, 2000.