Hi @Dmitry_Trofimov - I have looked into this case. Although your purchase was online at kwik-fit.com the transaction data we received from Mastercard includes a post code location for your purchase - in this case it is Broxburn which is why a map displays in your app. I don’t know the ins and outs of how kwik-fit manage their distribution but as they sell tyres online only they might route the purchase and distribution via their franchise businesses (a bit like a third party reseller on Amazon). This might be why we are receiving a location despite your purchase being online.
Having seen your first comment our team here updated the record with the headquarters address as in our interface we cannot remove an address altogether. The Broxburn address however is the correct one… and had you made the payment via another bank you would also have seen the Broxburn postcode in the description if they displayed it to you. I have therefore asked the merchant team to return the address to the Broxburn one. You should see this change back.
Separate to this is the question of whether we should only display location maps in the apps for card present transactions, or if we have a location for the purchase we show the data we receive no matter the type of card payment it was. I’ll add this to our list of optimisations.