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Who else is having issues trying to use Maybank SaveUp to make out transfers?

Is the transfer issue unique to me or is anyone having same, I am experiencing problems using Maybank SaveUp to make a transfer.

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    Unfortunately you are not the only one. Yes I have had similar experience when I tried to perform a transfer using their app to transfer my money out, it occurred to me that payees can’t be added over the phone. Not to mention the improper use of language and poor choice of colours with their app allowing for a lot of efficiency and confusion.

    2019.08.01 2:17

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