If its 403 it means one of the update limits (1k updates/day, 250
dms/day, 150 requests/hour) is hit.
These are UPDATE limits. That is all the requests will be POST. So
does this 150 requests/hour mean 150 POST reqeust/hour actually??

I am confused. Last time I was ratelimited by GET request, I got 400
status code. Now as its 403, It seems its for POST requests.

Will there be any extra headers along with 403 so that I can handle
the error properly?


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