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A number of BOV services are back to normal

Bank of Valletta has announced that a number of its services are back to normal after tests were concluded on its IT systems.

In a statement, it said that its clients can go back to using its services at all the branches of Malta and Gozo, at ATMs as well as Internet banking. The service of Mobile Banking and payment by BOV cards is also back to normal. The only service which has not yet been activated is international payment to third parties.

The Bank assures its clients that their deposits and accounts have not been affected by this cyber attack.

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