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I just setup Stripe and while testing it I'm able to complete transactions while purchasing the services and through the invoices that are delivered via email. though I am not able to complete transactions through the "My Invoices" page in the client area.  It gives me an error, "An error has occurred: The requested URL returned error: 406
Please try again later.". I'm using WHMCS Bride with my site so that might have something to do with it. 

Any ideas?

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Changing the templates still results in error. I did notice that the invoices that work have the url "mysite.com/whmcs......." and the invoices that don't work have the url "mysite.com/whmcs-bridge......".

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Under the Gateway Logs it says "Payment capture error: No such paymentmethod: a similar object exists in test mode, but a live mode key was used to make this request."

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Ah that sounds like you used the test API key, then that client put in their info, and then you changed to the production key.  Test and production / live keys enter information in to different systems and don't cross over.    So unfortunately you'll need to clear their payment method in WHMCS and have them reenter the details. 

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I followed your suggestion and it still resulted in the same. I'm thinking it has to do with the url because transactions work perfectly fine when I'm not using WHMCS Bridge. I switched my payment gateway to PayPal for the time being. I'm assuming PayPal works because it opens a separate window to process the payment. Thanks for your help.

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