Is Wallet One Checkout a secure solution?

Wallet One payment system is licensed by the supervisory authorities in each country of its presence and, therefore, it is completely secure. Wallet One uses the PCI DSS security standard, SSL protocol, security systems Verified by Visa and MasterCard SecureCode.

PCI DSS is an international security standard developed by the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council. It specifies 12 requirements to design and maintenance of security systems. The standard has been adopted by the major international payment systems. Wallet One takes tests for compliance with PCI DSS on the annual basis.

SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) protocol is a cryptographic transport mechanism ensuring security of data transmission.

Verified by Visa is a Visa developed technology adding extra protection to your payments.

MasterCard SecureCode provides enhanced security for your payments with MasterCard bank cards.

We also use an antifraud system designed to identify fraudulent payments. It makes Wallet One a convenient and secure payment system for everyone but scams.

Main security rules for merchants

Main safety precautions which should be remembered by Wallet One Checkout users are similar to the rules of use for any financial instrument.


The main thing to remember is that you need a strong password. It consists of at least 6 characters and contains both letters and numbers. Do not use a password, phone number, date of birth, passport number or other combination of numbers directly related to you.
Do not write down your password. Even if it is difficult to remember (especially long and complex password), this precaution is important for the security of your business.


Phishing is a type of fraud in which scams pretend to be your bank or payment system.

It works like this: you receive a letter which asks to follow the link and enter a password or other data. It may look like a link to your familiar site. The message may contain «information» on account hold, money transfer or money prize. Be careful when dealing with such letters!

If you have received a suspicious link, please, let us know about it at the address or visit and paste the link into the special form on the site.

  1. Take a closer look at the address of the page in the browser. You may find that you are suggested to enter some data not on website, but, for example, on Do not do it under any circumstances even if the website looks the same as the website of Wallet One Checkout.You may notice that the text of the link in the browser is black and a part of it is gray. The domain is highlighted in black and it shall be
  2. Enter your password only when entering the dashboard. Do not use it in any letters, SMS, etc., even if the request to enter the password looks very convincing.


Antivirus protects you Wallet One Checkout password from being stolen. Do not forget to update it.