Revoke Paytm Wallet Access from 3rd Party Sites & Apps

Revoke the saved Paytm wallet info from the payment section of any 3rd party app or site and remove the wallet access during purchase.

Paytm is an Indian electronic payment and e-commerce brand. It is one of the most widely used services for online purchases and recharges, thanks to its quick and easy service with great offers on various products.

If you have ever purchased any product using Patym wallet from a 3rd party site or app then you might have come across the situation where your Wallet details are stored in the 3rd party merchant site.

For example, when you book a ride using Uber or Ola, make an order using Fasoos, Dominos, Pizza Hut, Food Panda, KFC etc. using Patym Wallet feature you might see that the wallet is saved for that merchant app or site.

Today I will tell how you can remove the Paytm wallet access from 3rd party merchant site or app.

Revoke Paytm Wallet Access from 3rd Party Merchant Site

Step 1.

Go to from your PC or Phone (Use desktop version from browser)

Step 2.

Login with your account credentials on Paytm.

Step 3.

Now to go

Step 4.

Now Tab on “Merchants Authorized By You” section.


Paytm Merchant Authorized by you

Step 5.

Here you will see all the Allowed merchants for one click payments from Paytm Wallet for your pre-authorized orders.

Step 6.

Choose the desired 3rd party merchant/ App and remove the access from the Paytm Wallet. Done Cheers!!

Remove Paytm Wallet Access

Remove Paytm Wallet Access

Once done the purchase merchant will not directly show your wallet in for purchase and you need to login to verify your account credentials to make any purchase.

Note & Conclusion: I hope the post was helpful. Do comment below for any assistance or support if needed. Cheers!

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Nikhil Azza
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2 Responses

  1. Santosh says:

    Great! Thank you

  2. Rebin says:

    Thank you, you are awesome!!😂

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