Some dis­rup­tion to Arion Bank’s ser­vices 16-18 April

During the period 16-18 April, Arion Bank in collaboration with the Icelandic Banks' Data Centre (RB), will implement a new deposit and payment system. During the implementation process, there will be some disruption to Arion Bank’s services, such as that information about transfers to accounts with Arion Bank will not appear immediately on its customers’ statements.
14 April 2021

Impact on Landsbankinn customers

The implementation process starts Friday 16 April and is scheduled to conclude Sunday 18 April. Arion Bank has encouraged its customers to tend to all important banking business before Friday 16 April to avoid difficulties.

During the implementation process, online banking services and the function of Arion Bank’s app will be curtailed. This will include a delay in the appearance of information about transfers and payments to and from Arion Bank, carried out between Friday night and Sunday evening, in Arion Bank’s systems. This information will appear in the systems of other banks. Transferred funds will be available for debit card payments and ATM withdrawal. Payments from Landsbankinn accounts to Arion Bank credit cards will not appear until Sunday evening at the earliest; possibly not until several days later.

Further information about the disruption of Arion Bank’s services is available on the bank’s website.

Note that Landsbankinn’s customers can send transfer receipts via email in both online banking and the Landsbankinn app, free of cost.

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