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Author Topic: MyBitcoin Payment Timed Out - Is it lost or refundable?  (Read 907 times)
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May 19, 2011, 11:58:18 PM
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Hi,

I was making a payment via mybitcoin.com, and I did actually make the payment (I can see it in my client as 0/unconfirmed) however somehow the broadcast didn't reach mybitcoin quick enough and it says:

PAYMENT TIMED OUT! We didn't receive a payment from you. Try again.

I tried refreshing the page but it just says the same thing, so my question is, how can I try again without spending double?!

Thanks

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May 20, 2011, 12:03:37 AM
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I once had this too. If your payment gets confirmations, it'll be received. Contact the person you was sending the payment to.
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I once had this too. If your payment gets confirmations, it'll be received. Contact the person you was sending the payment to.

Thanks, it's weird, they got it and obviously their server got a data post, but mybitcoin still only shows the 'payment timed out' page.

I guess it's no problem, just mybitcoin's error page could be more helpful.

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Btw my status switched to 0/offline after some time. Maybe your client also silently dropped connections.
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