Your bank statement may show PayQ instead of the actual name of the merchant you made a transaction recently.
In some cases you might see PayQ combined with the merchant name or the merchant telephone number as a transaction description on your bank statement or credit card statement.
Most likely you have purchased something from one of our Merchant and the descriptor of the transaction was added in this style.
If you still need any help with the payment you have made or you wish to change the order or request for a refund please contact the merchant directly.
If you wish to raise any complaint for a transaction, please fill up the form and we will get back to within 24 hours.
Alternatively, please feel free to send us an email or call us. We work 24/7 and 365 days at your service.
If you have any questions, mail us at email@example.com or click here.
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