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Q: Anyone else have this problem?

This just started happing last week. It involves wechat pay. I can transfer money and pay for things online like didi and food services things like that...but when I try to pay for something in a shop scanning their QR code it won't work. The browser pops up saying cant connect to the internet of something like that. My phone data is working fine, I just cant pay for anything scanning a QR code. I'm not sure if its a browser issue or what?

3 years 20 weeks ago in  Money & Banking - China

 
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I am in an isolated place in Shaanxi. Sometimes I will get a message saying I am not connected.crying Usually it is temporary. I find this happens most often when I am around shopping centers where a band or outdoor advertising activity using HI fi equipmentbroken heart is set up. Other than that I haven't encountered this problem elsewhere.

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Did you try restarting your phone and the App?

Sorry thats about as much help as I can offer

If you work it out let us know please

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I am in an isolated place in Shaanxi. Sometimes I will get a message saying I am not connected.crying Usually it is temporary. I find this happens most often when I am around shopping centers where a band or outdoor advertising activity using HI fi equipmentbroken heart is set up. Other than that I haven't encountered this problem elsewhere.

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so then they turn around and scan u and every thing works fine,, or what?  Why aren't more people sticking with Alipay anyway?  With Alipay you can earn points to plant trees in a re-forestation effort,,,,  feed your pet Chicken too!!

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