Support Analysis: “An error has occurred” warning while accessing Paribu

Case: User encounters the warning “An error has occurred” while accessing Paribu through the website or mobile application. Process: The user communicated to our Support Unit that he could not access Paribu as usual without problems, encountering the warning “An error has occurred”. Our Support Unit communicated to the user that there were no problems with access to Paribu5

Support Analysis: 48-hour restriction applied for real person validation Category: Support Analysis

Case: Making a cryptocurrency withdrawal request within 48 hours after the first TRY deposit to the Paribu account. Process: The user wanted to withdraw cryptocurrency following their first TRY deposit; however, they see the warning that a certain time needs to pass to execute this transaction. The user communicated to our Support Unit via the “Request Support” option on the5

Support Analysis: Deposits made without tag/memo code entered

Case: Cryptocurrency deposit made without entering any tag/memo code Process: The user stated that they have made an XRP deposit from another stock market to his Paribu account; however, the transfer did not arrive in his account. Our support team requested the TX code of the relevant transfer and investigated the issue. Following the investigation, it was established that the user made the5

Support Analysis: Incorrect TL deposit

Case: Incorrect TL deposit to Paribu account. Procedure: A user contacted our Support Unit and stated that s/he tried to deposit TL funds to his/her Paribu account, but the transfer to the relevant account was not successful. To address this issue, our Support Unit examined the transfer receipt. It was found out that the user had not entered the recipient name, which should have been5

Support Analysis: Incorrect cryptocurrency fund transfer through a network unavailable on Paribu

Case: Incorrect cryptocurrency fund transfer through a network named BEP2, which is unavailable on Paribu. Procedure: A user contacted our technical team and stated that s/he deposited ETH deposit to his/her Paribu account through BEP2 network; however, the balance was not reflected on his/her Paribu account. Following this notification, our technical team examined the issue. The5

Support Analysis: Commission fee applicable to partial orders

A selling order may be carried out as a single transaction or in the form of several transactions; however, this does not change the applicable commission fee. Case: Commission fee applicable to orders fulfilled in parts. Procedure: The user reported that s/he set a selling order and that a portion of the selling order was fulfilled. S/he also reported that the commission fee collected had5

Support Analysis: User sharing personal information with third parties

Case: Withdrawal from the user’s account after the user shares personal information with third parties. Procedure: The user contacted the Support Unit to report Bitcoin withdrawal from his/her account without his/her knowledge. Upon the receipt of the notification of the issue, our technical team initiated the examination process. The examination revealed that someone has logged in to5

Support Analysis: Misuse of “Stop-loss”

Case: Misuse of “Stop-loss”. Procedure: In the stop-loss, the user set “Condition TL” as 66,000 TL, “Order TL” as 65,900 TL, and the selling order amount as 1 BTC. The user contacted the Support Unit because the order was not activated. Following the notification, our technical team examined the issue. In the context of a stop-loss order, if the condition5

Support Analysis: Erroneous cryptocurrency transaction

Case: Sending Bitcoin Cash (BCH) to the Bitcoin (BTC) SegWit address. Process: The user said to our technical team that he had sent BCH to the BTC SegWit address. Once the erroneous transaction was communicated, our technical team examined the issue. In erroneous transactions like sending Bitcoin Cash (BCH) to the Bitcoin (BTC) SegWit address, cryptocurrencies are inaccessible by the sender and5