On the login page, you should see an option for forgot password. Please click it and follow the onscreen instructions, this will send you a temporary password that will return your access.
Tips to prevent being forced to change your password:
If you copy and paste any part of the login credentials, (username or password) make sure there are no spaces added at the beginning or end when you highlight the data. Spaces are treated as a character and may cause login failures.
Read our article, 'Password Security Tips' to learn how to create a strong password that is also easy to remember:
- Paya Exchange will prompt a password reset after three failed login attempts. If a user has 10 or more failed attempts, the system locks the IP address from where the login attempts originated for a 30-minute period. In a case like this, anyone using the same IP address must wait for 30-minutes from the last failed attempt before logging in again, even after Tech Support has unlocked the account.
- The temporary password assigned to you when your account is unlocked is for one-time use only. Immediately, Paya Exchange will prompt you to re-enter the temporary password and then update it with your own personalized password. Virtual Support agents are unable to view a user's password. These agents are only able to reset it and send out a temporary password.
- Occasionally, your internet browser cache which includes temporary internet files, internet history, and cookies should be emptied or cleared on the computer used to login to Paya Exchange. We have seen instances where the browser is recognizing an old password rather than the correct one that was just entered by the user.
If you have questions or require additional information, please contact us and we will be in touch with you shortly.