You are experiencing one of the following issues
- All of your requests are being sent as GET requests, no matter which HTTP request method you select.
- The original HTTP request method you selected is not preserved when there is a redirect between HTTP and HTTPS.
What to expect
Postman automatically redirects requests that return a 3xx response. Note: To check for a 3xx response, use the Postman console and verify whether it shows a 3xx response. If so, it indicates a redirection. If not, submit a support request (see below).
How to unblock yourself
- Disable the automatic redirection for 3xx responses. To do this, open the Settings tab of your request and toggle off the Automatically follow redirects option.
- Force your request to follow the original HTTP method. To do so, open the Settings tab of the request and toggle on the Follow original HTTP method option.
- If your API service provider uses Nginx as a web server, add a trailing slash ( / ) on the request URL.
- If none of these options helped, then reach out to your API service provider for assistance.
Submit a support request
If you need to submit a support request, make sure you provide the following screenshots in your support request:
- Send a POST request to the Postman Echo API and if the request is sent as GET request, take a screenshot of the response.
- Send a request using cURL in your terminal. To do this, copy the cURL code generated by your request, paste it into your terminal, and send the request. Take a screenshot of the response.