Venmo 502 bad gateway - how to fix it

Venmo 502 bad gateway - Venmo logo

Venmo 502 bad gateway - Venmo logo

There is nothing more frustrating than not being able to pay or receive payments because of errors with apps. This is what is going on with users getting the Venmo 502 bad gateway error. Luckily there is a way to fix it.

This might happen at any time and can definitely find us unprepared. But there is no need to tear your hair out over it.

Indeed, there might be a few simple solutions to your Venmo 502 bad gateway error, we will look at them in this guide.

How to fix the Venmo 502 bad gateway error

The first thing you need to check is that you are connected to the internet (Wi-fi or data) and that everything is working as it should. A bad connection can definitely be a huge problem and prevent you from paying and getting paid.

This is also what you might want to check:

  • Turn off your VPN if you are using one, then try again.
  • Log out of your account and then back in.
  • Delete the Venmo app and reinstall it. Make sure you have the latest version of the app installed.
  • Make sure your device OS is up-to-date and running.

If you have tried all of these and still getting errors, then there's not much else to do. We would recommend that you contact the Support team.

What is the Venmo 502 bad gateway error?

This is a generic error that means the app is not communicating correctly with the server. Before trying again to make your transaction, we would recommend to check your transaction history before trying again.

Better make sure that the payment did not go through, first, before trying again. So you can avoid making double payments or requesting another payment from someone.

That's all we have for you on fixing the Venmo 502 bad gateway error. For more tips and tricks on payment apps, check out our cash app guides on how to fix intermittent connection issues and domain error 500.

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