This page lists errors you may encounter in transaction responses or statuses, or under Offline actions in your MultiSafepay dashboard, and possible causes.
The payment method is disabled or unavailable.
To check the payment method settings for your MultiSafepay account, email the Support Team at [email protected]
POST /orders …
An inline frame, or iFrame, is an HTML document embedded inside another HTML document on a website.
Although MultiSafepay doesn’t prohibit iFrames, we don’t recommend them. Reasons include:
Some payment methods may not respond if you use an iFrame for privacy and security reasons.
Some banks use scripts that can’t load in iFrames.
Google Chrome’s safety checks on …
In the rare event of an outage of MultiSafepay systems, go to MultiSafepay Status, which lists the current status of all our systems.
MultiSafepay Status also includes a log of the date, time, and description of all past outages.
To subscribe to MultiSafepay updates, click Subscribe to updates.
The cross-site request forgery (CSRF) warning appears on payment pages when customers access them through POST requests.
This can occur when you use an HTML form to send customers to
https://payv2.multisafepay.com with a POST request.
https://api.multisafepay.comaccepts POST and GET requests
https://payv2.multisafepay.comonly accepts GET requests.
For support, email the Integration Team at …
Note: HTTP errors don’t necessarily originate from the MultiSafepay platform. They are generic errors you can encounter while browsing the web.
The following table lists the most common HTTP error codes and descriptions:
|HTTP 200: OK||The page is responding correctly but is missing the text
|HTTP 301: Moved permanently||The page has moved …|
To avoid failed offline actions in status updates (e.g. an HTTP 403 response), you may need to authorize the MultiSafepay servers' ip addresses on your notification URL.
For support and information about the MultiSafepay IP addresses, email the Integration Team at [email protected]