Maybank to stop issuing SMS TAC for online transactions, urges users to activate Secure2u

To activate Secure2u, users can start by downloading the Maybank2u MY app. — Screengrab from YouTube

PETALING JAYA: Maybank says it will no longer be generating SMS TAC (transaction authorisation code) to approve selected online transactions on Maybank2u as it will be switching to Secure2u as the preferred authorisation method.

From March 15 onwards, users will be required to utilise Secure2u to authorise bill payments and Interbank Giro (IBG) transfers of any amount on Maybank2u.

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