"and anything you might have done that may have caused the error", you naughty boy!
PayPal UK is currently down. Although the front page seems to be working, anyone logging in is met with a server error message. Four Register readers tipped us off to the problem, which we suppose is at least a sign of its popularity. The page is currently showing: Internal Server Error The server encountered an internal …
Paypal refuses to accept my Credit card at all. I have used it to make direct payments though, seen the receipt so I know it works.
I have spoken to a human by phone & they said my account was "blocked". They "un-blocked" my account. It still doesn't work!
BTW nice to see the new icons but why is Gates still there? He's so yesterday!
that teh outage coincides with one of my rare purchases using PayPal. The merchant gave me an error page saying the transaction failed hence order not processed, I tried again same result. 30 mins later 2 emails from paypal saying my transaction has been processed but of course no order processed by merchant.Grrrr.
I wonder if the glitch is reponsible for this email:
Dear Tony Blair,
On , we attempted to transfer from your bank account, ending in . This transfer was returned by your bank on for the reason below:
There was a bank processing error.
As a result, this bank account has been removed from your PayPal account. Please contact your bank for more information or add a new bank account. Please do not contact PayPal because this is entirely an issue between the account holder and their bank.
I did get another one :
Dear Tony Blair,
The mandate from your bank account, ending in 1234, was returned by your bank on 24 Jun. 2009 for the reason below:
The bank is disputing the Direct Debit Instruction (DDI).
Which considering I do not have any DDIs set up on paypal is a bit odd. I thought they might be phishing emails but now I'm not sure as they both arrived at 10:59
But if lots of people got them who have DDIs set up and they really have blanked out all those bank details there will be a lot of very unhappy people
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