Yahoo Wallet

Yahoo Wallet allows users to store credit card and billing information in order to make the process easier and faster whenever you make purchases on Oath. You must be a registered Yahoo user to create a Yahoo Wallet.

This page describes current Oath practices with respect to this particular service. This information may change as Oath revises this service by adding or removing features, or using different service providers. To find out how Oath treats your personal information, please visit our Privacy Policy, which governs our privacy practices with respect to Yahoo Wallet

Information collection and use practices

  • Certain services on Oath require you to use Yahoo Wallet, such as buying Yahoo Mail Plus.
  • In addition to registration information, Yahoo Wallet asks for payment information (first name and surname, credit card number and expiry date) and a billing address in order to process purchases on Oath.

Practices Regarding Your Ability to Update or Delete Information

  • To update or delete information in your Yahoo Wallet, visit Yahoo Wallet or access ‘Premium Services’ from your Account Information screen.
  • To update your credit card information, you can delete each credit card individually or edit any field by selecting one of the ‘edit’ links.

Express Checkout

  • You can elect to have your card number stored and remembered by Yahoo Wallet or, alternatively, you can re-enter it each time you make a purchase.

Security practices

  • The contents of your Yahoo Wallet are protected by your password. Please remember that no data transmission over the Internet, or by other means, can be guaranteed as 100% secure.  To learn more about security, including the steps we have taken and steps you can take, please read Security at Oath.


  • Please see Help if you have questions about this service.