So MasterCard contacted my processor claiming that my web site has been recognized as a typical level of buy (CPP). Apparently MasterCard is claiming that cardholders shopping for stuff on my web site are actually experiencing fraudulent purchases.

It’s my guess that this occurs when your web site has malware. I do rent Sucuri and I’ve a firewall that consistently scans for errors, I additionally ip block my backend, and so forth. I’m a bit shocked however not saying it’s not possible.

What considerations me is that it looks as if MasterCard has it out for me and goes to search out one thing in any respect prices. The e-mail mainly says, “after we examine, we’ll let you know the way a lot we’ll high-quality you”. Not, “if we are going to high-quality you” however how a lot. OK…

Ought to I get my legal professional concerned or simply allow them to do the total scan. Once they current some loopy high-quality, then my legal professional ought to argue it? The entire thing simply appears loopy. I imply who’s to say they didn’t cease elsewhere like a gasoline station afterwards?

Additionally how does this differ from Sucuri… is it only a malware scan? Or do they entry all areas of the account and cart?

I am additionally assuming I would need to pay this out of pocket? Dos anyone know what this will set me again? I bought the e-mail the day earlier than Thanksgiving… enjoyable strategy to begin the vacation.


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