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Verify Return and Error Codes

As a RESTful API, Twilio's Verify API will return HTTP responses and error codes which will help verify normal behavior as well as contextualize exceptions.

Return Codes

The following status codes are used:

200: OK Response is correct. The body of the response will include the data requested.

400: Bad Request There was an error with the request. The body of the response will have more info.

401: Unauthorized Token is invalid. If your API key is wrong a 401 will be generated. Please check the API key.

429: Too Many Requests API usage limit. If you reach API usage limits, a 429 will be returned. Please wait until you pass the limit and attempt the call again.

503: Service Unavailable There are multiple possible reasons for a HTTP 503 error.

  • Internal Twilio error.
  • Your application is accessing an API call you don't have access to.

Error Codes

When the API returns a status other than 200, we add an error code in the message body. This table enumerates and describes all of the possible error codes.

Error Code HTTP Status Error Message Description Category
60000 400 An error occurred Default error message when an error is not configured correctly. ALL
60001 401 Invalid API key When the given API key does not correspond to any Authy app ALL
60002 400 Invalid request A request containing invalid parameters or invalid data ALL
60003 429 DoS protection Client has reached the maximum number of requests per time unit on the given endpoint ALL
60004 400 Invalid parameter The given parameter is not valid ALL
60005 400 UTF-8 invalid Client sending request with UTF-8 invalid characters ALL
60021 403 Phone verification couldn't be created An error occurring creating phone verification Phone Verification
60022 401 Verification code is incorrect The phone verification code was incorrect Phone Verification
60023 404 Phone verification not found The phone verification was not found with the parameters given Phone Verification
60032 400 SMS was not found Used by the Feedback API, when a record cannot be found with the given SMS id Feedback
60033 400 Phone number is invalid The phone number or country code is invalid ALL
60042 400 Either uuid or country_code and phone number are required Invalid parameters in phone verification Phone Verification
60046 400 Missing dashboard account ids to process accounts ids required to be processed Dashboard
60060 503 Your account is suspended Twilio account is suspended Phone Verification
60064 403 Failed to enable OneTouch Can't update application settings on enabling onetouch Dashboard
60065 403 Needs to enable OneTouch first Application does not have onetouch enabled and is trying to do a onetouch request Dashboard
60066 403 Error saving the callback information When application settings can't be updated with callback information Dashboard
60069 400 Access key can not be saved Access key invalid on creation Dashboard
60070 400 Application was not valid Application was not valid on create or update Dashboard
60071 404 Access key not found Access key not found Dashboard
60072 404 Invalid access key The access key is wrong Dashboard
60073 400 Invalid application API key Application API Key is wrong Dashboard
60074 400 Access key doesn't have enough permissions The given access key doesn't have enough permissions to access the url Dashboard
60075 400 Delete application failed Can not delete application due some special condition. i.e still has users when tried to delete the app or has pending invoices Dashboard
60078 403 Invalid country code The given country code is not valid ALL
60082 403 Can not send SMS to landline phone numbers When trying to send a SMS to a landline phone number Phone Verification
60083 403 Phone number not provisioned with any carrier When trying to send a phone verification to a not provisioned phone number Phone Verification
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