first bank This morning, it opened about twenty branches, mostly in the capital area, and resumed operations at the call center, the group said.
Among the FirstBank branches open from 10 am are those at 65 avenue de Infantería, avenue Diego and San Francisco, all in Rio Piedras; Branch at Avenida Ponce de León 2507 in Hato Rey, Condado I and II, as well as branches in Forest Hills, Drive In Plaza, Plaza del Parque and Bayamón Oeste Shopping Centre.
The institution has also opened branches in Las Catalinas I and II, Dorado, Fajardo and Las Cumbres in Guaynabo, while it is considering providing services to Plaza Carolina, Galería Los Paseos, The Outlets in Montehiedra in Cupey and Plaza Acuario in Toa Alta if those areas have electrical service.
Branches will remain open until 2:30 pm.
FirstBank noted that the call center for business customer support will also start operations at 10:00 am, through 787-729-8149 (Corporate Banking) or 787-729-8136 (Business Banking). Cash transfer requests will be delivered, based on carrier availability, while Electronic Transactions (ACH) and wire transfers will be processed as usual.
Except for critical services, Popular has stated that its central offices and branch network will remain closed to the public. The corporation expects to resume operations as usual on Tuesday, 20 September, weather permitting.
new day I learned that Popular’s call centers will be operating from Monday morning, weather permitting. Similarly, automated services such as Tele Banco Popular and online banking platform will be available.
Through your social network on Facebook, FirstBank also stated that it is considering resuming its call center operationsweather permitting, this Monday, September 19.
The institution encouraged its customers to take advantage of 300 ATMs and online services.
for this part, Oriental Bank reported that this morning, the executive management will assess the damage that may be caused to the branch or any other impact that the hurricane may have on its operations in order to determine when they will resume their services.
Similarly, savings and credit cooperatives such as those in Arecibo (CoopACA), Cooperativa Oriental, Camuy Cooperativa and Coop Zeno Gandía also halted operations at their branches and offices on Monday, with services expected to resume on Tuesday, September 20.
Although establishments require customers and partners to use their digital gadgets or ATMs, this depends on whether the ATMs have electricity and whether customers have mobile or internet service.