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Why you're asked for a validation code
Updated over a week ago

ClientPay uses validation codes to protect you and your account. Validation codes are used in conjunction with your password to prevent an unauthorized user from logging into your account.
Our system is designed to ask you for a validation code every 30 days or when a new browser session is detected. If you are being asked to validate your session every time you log in you may need to adjust your browser settings to allow cookies. Below are the steps to follow if you are using Google Chrome.

  1. Open Google Chrome and click on the three dot icon in the upper right corner. This will open your browser menu.

  2. From this menu, click Settings

  3. Scroll to the bottom of the page and select Advanced to see more

  4. Select Content Settings to find the Cookies setting.

  5. Click ADD next to Allow. You will need to copy and paste "" into the text field and then click ADD

You will be prompted to re-validate every 30 days if you are using the same browser session regardless of these settings. This is an important security feature which is meant to protect your account and is one of the best ways to ensure your identity is protected. ClientPay is committed to keeping our merchants and also your clients secure.

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