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Why Paymentwall is on your credit card or bank statement

You may have noticed the descriptor Paymentwall after scanning your credit card or bank statement. This descriptor appeared on your credit card or bank statement because your card was used to purchase from a game or a website that uses Paymentwall as a payment platform.

Paymentwall works with different verticals worldwide, such as online gaming, dating websites, Software as a Service (SaaS), e-learnings, VPNs, Minecraft servers, and more. Some of the well-known companies that we are working with include,, bynogame,,,, imvu,

If you used your credit or debit card at any one of our business partners, the descriptor on your credit card or bank statement will be Paymentwall.

In case you did not make a purchase from one of our partners, you can contact us immediately to request for a refund.

For further assistance, please contact us at

Note: If you did not make a purchase at any of our partners, your card may have been used by a different person, such as a family member, or it may have been stolen.

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