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Paymentwall Descriptors

An item on your credit card or bank statement that is unfamiliar to you can be infuriating.

For instance, you see the word “Paymentwall” but you do not know the company or you do not remember purchasing anything from it.

To eliminate the confusion, we’ve prepared a short list of what terms related to “Paymentwall” can appear on your credit card or bank statement, as well as a short explanation for each of them.

Why “Paymentwall” is on the 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 tankionline.com, derya.com, bynogame, proxy.sh, yaramaz.com, depositphotos.com, imvu, kismia.com.

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 support@paymentwall.com.

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.

Why “PW*website LV” is on the credit card or bank statement?

Your monthly credit card or bank statement may contain the descriptor, “PW*website LV” 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.

The term “Website” pertains to the online game or business that has partnered with Paymentwall, and may be as follows: tankionline.com, gogames, joyfun, depositphotos.com, erepublik.com, imvu, kismia.com, commun.it.

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 GommeHD, Ultimate Guitar, SEGA and iRacing.

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 “PW*website LV”.

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 support@paymentwall.com.

Note: If you did not make a purchase at all 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.

Why “PW * website 415-3497560 USA” is on the credit card or bank statement?

After checking your credit card or bank statement, you may have seen the descriptor, “PW * website 415-3497560 USA”. This descriptor is still related to Paymentwall. The descriptor on your credit card or bank statement indicates that your card was used to purchase from a game or a website that uses Paymentwall as a payment platform.

The term “Website” pertains to the online game or business that has partnered with Paymentwall, and may be as follows: tankionline.com, gogames, joyfun, depositphotos.com, erepublik.com, imvu, kismia.com, commun.it.

Paymentwall works with different verticals worldwide, such as online gaming, dating websites, Software as a Service (SaaS) and e-learning, VPNs, Minecraft servers, and more. Some of the well-known companies that we are working with include Bandai Namco, iVersity, Xstream, Corel, Sega, iRacing and others.

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 “PW * website 415-3497560 USA”.

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 support@paymentwall.com.

Note: If you did not make a purchase at all 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.

Why “YM” is on the credit card or bank statement?

You may have been astonished to see a descriptor labeled as “YM” on your credit card or bank statement. Why is it there? The reason that this descriptor appeared on your credit card or bank statement is 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 tankionline.com, gogames, joyfun, depositphotos.com, erepublik.com, imvu, kismia.com, commun.it.

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 “YM”.

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 support@paymentwall.com.

Note: If you did not make a purchase at all 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.

Why “Paymentwall +14153497560 LVA” is on the credit card or bank statement?

After scanning your monthly credit card or bank statement, the descriptor “Paymentwall +14153497560 LVA” may have caught your eye. This descriptor has been enumerated in 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 tankionline.com, gogames, joyfun, depositphotos.com, erepublik.com, imvu, kismia.com, commun.it.

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 +14153497560 LVA”.

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 support@paymentwall.com.

Note: If you did not make a purchase at all 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.

Why “Paymentwall Hongkong” is on the credit card or bank statement?

After scanning your monthly credit card or bank statement, the descriptor “Paymentwall Hongkong” may have caught your eye. This descriptor has been enumerated in 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 tankionline.com, gogames, joyfun, depositphotos.com, erepublik.com, imvu, kismia.com, commun.it.

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 Hongkong”.

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 support@paymentwall.com.

Note: If you did not make a purchase at all 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.

Why “Paymentwall Puteaux FRA” is on the credit card or bank statement?

After scanning your monthly credit card or bank statement, the descriptor “Paymentwall Puteaux FRA” may have caught your eye. This descriptor has been enumerated in 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 tankionline.com, gogames, joyfun, depositphotos.com, erepublik.com, imvu, kismia.com, commun.it.

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 Puteaux FRA”.

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 support@paymentwall.com.

Note: If you did not make a purchase at all 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.

Why “Why PWI*” is on the credit card or bank statement?

Your monthly credit card or bank statement may contain the descriptor, “PWI*”. 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 and projects that we are working with include GommeHD, Ultimate Guitar, IMVU, SEGA, Corel, World of Tanks and iRacing.

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 “PWI*”.

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 support@paymentwall.com.

Note: If you did not make a purchase at all 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.