Protx down

Protx Payment Transaction Issues

Protx, in our opinion, one of the best e-commerce payment merchants, are having problems this morning and currently are unable to handle payment transactions.

To read updates of the issue’s progress, follow this link: 

This is the first occasion, that we can recall, that Protx have had serious issues with their ecommerce payment service. The issue came about due to the recent upgrades to the Protx VSP payment system, due to Maestro insisting on 3D Secure on all of their payments, which was switched on yesterday.

Don’t let this issue cloud your judgement on whether or not to use Protx as your online payment service provider; despite this glitch, Protx is still one of the most efficient merchant account provers in the UK.

2 Responses to “Protx down”

Nick Jones Says:

I noticed this was written a while ago and still gets comments! I always appreciate your tips. I often wonder if it takes one of two comments to get the ball rolling.Very good job. Thanks again. Yes, written in 2007 when Protx still existed - now Sagepay and now not so reliable. We still get comments - usually from spammers that use the line “You still get comments……….” :)

Latesha Wentcell Says:

That Judgment day crap is so comical. Trying to anticipate the date of the rapture is silly. My sister actually sold a bunch of her belongings because she thought it was true and she wasn’t going to need them. This whole event just makes Christians look crazy since people are going to affiliate this lunatic with Christianity. Not beiing religious in any way and finding the whole idea of living by the rules in a book written by 60 different people, with conflicting views about life, over 2000 years ago, lunacy in itself, I agree with you to a point. I also believe that everyone is entitled to their own views and beliefs and if people want to believe there is a wee man in the sky that knows our every move and that nothing happens on this earth without it being god’s will, then if it makes them happy, who are we to pour cold water on their beliefs. In a way, that guy’s world has ended, as he’s a laughing stock and his followers now know he’s a fraud, I do feel a bit sorry for him, as I genuinely believe that he thought he was right. I don’t know why I’m even answering this, as it has nothing to do with the article and you’re obviously a spambastard, but you’re more to be pitied than scolded! :)

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