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Your security is our highest priority

Your security is our highest priority. We employ cutting-edge technology to guard you, your money, and your information. Using Wallter is not only convenient it also keeps your money and financial information safer. We provide an extra layer of security. Using our payments system to pay online is easy and secure.

Your Details Are Safe With Us

Wallter never shares your details with merchants and retailers. You only need your email address and password to pay, so your card or bank details are never disclosed.

What we do send is encrypted according to the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI-DSS Level 1), so if someone does try, they won’t be able to read your data.

Stay Safe

We do our best to keep you safe, but there are a few things you can do to help:

Review your transaction history regularly – if you think someone used your account, immediately change your password and contact Wallter Customer Support.
Keep your information safe – never share your password or account information with anyone
Use strong passwords – Use a unique and complex password that is different from any other password you use. A good password should be at least 8 characters long, contant uppercase and lowercase letters, numerals, and a special character (I,e, @#&!). Never use your real name or identifying information in your password.
Upgrade your browser – if you’re using an out-of-date version of your browser, you could be vulnerable to attack. Get the latest and more secure version from the developer’s website.
Secure your computer – use antivirus software and a firewall to protect your computer from intruders. Never open files from unknown sources. If your computer isn’t safe, neither is your money.
Don’t use Wallter on public computers – public computers could be jeopardised. Without owning it, you can never be sure that a computer is secure. This includes computers at libraries, hotels, internet cafes, etc.
Use Two Step Authentication – Two Step Authentication is an additional security measure that requires a code from your smartphone to be entered along with your email and password when logging in. Security experts worldwide recommend Two Step Authentication, and so do we.