Russian payment provider facilitating cybercrime

Robokassa is a Russian high-risk payment processer enabling merchants to accept payments via web or mobile-based applications using multiple payment cards, mobile wallets (e-wallets), and direct bank transfers.

The system also enables accepting payments via alternative payment methods such as cash payments at more than 100,000 ATMs.

Customers include more than 50,000 companies, including large Russian companies, small and medium-sized enterprises, government agencies, and foreign companies.

The company was founded in 2002 by Sergey Polyansky and is headquartered in Moscow.

Russian cybercriminals use Robokassa to sell malware such as infostealers, some sources report. Thus we listed Robokassa in our “Black Compliance” list and recommend staying away from this payment processor.

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