What is instant profile via payment?

My app under not reviewed transactions has multiple lines that say Instant profile via payment. Most are for $1 but one $2 And a merge for $3. I’ve not noticed a charge in any accounts.



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Hi there, kreschendalyn,

I recommend contacting your bank since the transactions are coming from them.  By doing so, you can ask them about the status of the payments showing on the UNREVIEWED page.

The transactions showing on your page depends on what we have fetched from your online banking account. The type of connection we make to your bank is read-only. This means we can access a record of your transactions, but we can't touch your money.

For more details, feel free to read this article: About secure bank connections.

By contacting your bank, you'll be able to know what Instant Profile (via Payment) is and get more details small charges.

Let me know if you have further questions about the transaction on your bank. Just leave a comment below and I'll be back for you.

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