We’ve resolved an issue with your invoice payment history

We recently became aware of a technical issue in the extranet that meant the information displayed about your invoice and payment history may not have been up to date. We’re happy to let you know we’ve now resolved the issue, and the status of your invoices and recent payments is now updated.

 

You don’t need to contact us about this. We’d like to reassure you that our internal payment systems weren’t affected at any point, and our records of your invoices and payments remained accurate throughout. We apologise for any inconvenience.

 

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error: We got a 429 (Too Many Requests) status code for your request

Hi, 

I would like to fix this error. I can't list my new property/appartment for rent on booking.com 

Same error ocurs already for 2 days.

Thanks for your help.

Jindra

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Cause of Error 429

Your program may stop working and your server may slow down when you encounter 429 HTTP error. There are different types of error codes indicating the same 429 problem.

  • 429 Error
  • HTTP 429
  • Too Many Requests
  • 429 Too Many Requests
  • Error 429 (Too Many Requests)

Everything is fine until you see the 429 error responses from an API. It says you have made too many requests, hitting the rate limit of an API. The HTTP error 429 is actually an HTTP status code; it’s a client error that is sent back from server to signal to inform users that they have reached the rate limit allowed.

Encountering error 429 is a terrible experience, but it doesn't mean rate limiting is a bad thing. On the contrary, this limit is great; it can protect most consumable APIs from intentional and accidental abuse of services. You should know that the rate limits of widely used APIs including Twitter and Instagram are stricter than others.

 

Rate limit

 

How to Fix 429 Too Many Requests in Google Chrome

This part will show you how to settle down error 429 in Google Chrome browser by clearing the caches and browser history.

  1. Double click on the app icon on desktop to open Google Chrome. (You can also open it by double clicking on the executable file in installation folder or choosing Google Chrome from Start menu.)
  2. Look for the three dots option in the upper right corner of opening Chrome; it’s used to customize and control Google Chrome.
  3. Choose Settings from the drop-down menu (it’s the third option from the bottom).
  4. Scroll down to find the Privacy and security (You can go there directly by clicking Privacy and security in the left sidebar.)
  5. Click on the first option: Clear browsing data (Clear history, cookies, cache, and more).
  6. Make sure the Basic tab is selected at the top.
  7. Check Cookies and other site data and Cached image and files.
  8. Click on the Clear data button at bottom right and wait for the action to complete itself.

 

Clear data

 

If this method failed, you can try these steps: scroll down to the bottom in the Settings window -> click on the Advanced button to see the drop-down options -> navigate to Reset and clean up section -> try Restore settings to their original defaults or Clean up computer feature.

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