If you're having trouble with your payment, it may be due to 3D Secure authentication failure or a 3D Secure error. 3D Secure is a layer of security that your bank requires where you'll have to enter a password or SMS code to authorize payment. Sometimes there are problems with 3D Secure that can cause credit card payments to fail. We've outlined the issues below.
3D Secure is provided by your bank, not Paperturn.com, and is an extra layer of security for online transactions. It's commonly referred to as "Verified by Visa" or "Mastercard SecureCode".
After you have entered your payment card details on Paperturn, your bank will load a pop-up screen.
If you do not see a pop-up screen, check that your browser is supported by Paperturn and your bank. You may also need to contact your bank to change how they verify your identity (for example by switching from a password to a code sent by SMS).
The appearance of the pop-up may change slightly from bank to bank, but you should expect the following information:
Please enter the information requested and click "submit" to authenticate payment. Please note that a password is not always requested.
Enrolling in 3D Secure
If you do not know your password (or you have not set up 3D Secure) you should follow the instructions on the pop-up. If you cannot see instructions, or you have any questions please contact your bank, who administrates 3D secure and who should be able to help.