This December 4th Bancomer confirmed flaws in its trading system, after receiving feedback from users on social media.
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«Our services are submitting intermittents to make some transactions. We apologize for the inconvenience caused,» Bancomer explained, noting that they are still working to address transaction failures.
Important notice! pic.twitter.com/CbcPNzSK4D
— BBVA Mexico (@BBVA_Mex) December 4, 2020
According to the Downdetector platform, Bancomer has been receiving fault reports since 11 a.m. on Friday, recording nearly 975 reports by 1:30 p.m.
Hello, good afternoon. Iliana takes care of you. It’s nice to say hello. We are working on the situation you present when you enter the BBVA Mexico https://t.co/8aIxxwx1UP application, we invite you to re-perform your process over the course of the day.
— BBVA Mexico Responds (@BBVARe_mx) December 4, 2020
54% of reported complaints are due to application failures; 36% at login and 9% on the website.
Well, he did drop the @BBVA_Mex pic.twitter.com/QifnBygChR
— Rafael Cabrera (@raflescabrera) December 4, 2020
In order not to vary many users report to me that the @BBVA_Mex not respond. No cell phone apps, no phone contact, no payments with TDC and TDD. BEWARE OF HACKEOS ! And change banks!
— Mario Di Costanzo (@mario_dico50) December 4, 2020
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