Credit Card Transaction Identifiers
For Synthesis Engineering and Mechanical Elements
Please note the following identifier — SYN ENGRNG & ME PLANS — (and those similar) may appear on your credit card statement if you have transactions with Synthesis OR with our DIY feature, MechanicalElements.com for plans sales.
Other variations that may appear include: SYNMEPLANS or SYNTHESISENG or SYNME PLANS or SYN ENGRNG ME PLANS . . . . I know, why is it so confusing?
The identifier can also have a preface with something relating to PayPal or Stripe. Either way, you have found the source. It can be from a transaction with Synthesis Engineering, or with Mechanical Elements plans sales. Now, if that does not jog your memory, Read more below, then let us know, and we’ll help you figure it out.
This article is here so the credit card statement identifiers are searchable via Google and other search engines. Now you can find them.
Identifier Length Restrictions
Credit card companies have a length restriction on the identifiers which make them look rather archaic. It would be nice if it was not so limited in the number of characters because SYN ENGRNG & ME PLANS would be a lot easier to read as SYNTHESIS ENGINEERING SERVICES & MECHANICAL ELEMENTS PLANS.
We understand why the identifiers have a length limit, and it does make some sense. Certainly it helps make the statement concise. However, the short nature does make it harder when you are wondering where that charge came from. Sometimes it’s like a lot of greek on your credit card statement.
Anyway, to help avoid confusion for customers that may not recognize SYN ENGRNG & ME PLANS on a statement, or SYNMEPLANS or SYNTHESISENG for that matter, this article is indexed by Google so the terms are now searchable. Hopefully that helps.
If you do see one of these identifiers on your Credit Card statement, and if you have questions about the charge, please Contact Us directly. We are here to help, always.
Sure, there are plenty of scammers in the sea of dishonesty, and we do need to be cautious. On the whole, we believe most people are upright and trying to do the right thing. Kudos to you for being on top of your finances and checking the charges. We think that’s important. So, if you are here because you did a search for the identifier, you’ve found the right place.
Welcome back to the websites of Synthesis Engineering Services and Mechanical Elements .com !!
SYN ENGRNG & ME PLANS
The one identifier is for both of our websites, which is why there can be some confusion. I suppose we could have 2 separate identifiers for the two needs? Well, that poses a problem since Mechanical Elements is not technical a company on its own. It is a feature of Synthesis Engineering Services. And of course, it is in the footer of every page on the ME website. All of the plans on that site are products of the Engineering at Synthesis.
Mechanical Elements is a DIY Plans Portal. We offer great plans (trailer plans, gantry cranes, and more) along with a lot of advice about building similar things. Many years ago, the plans were sold here on Synthx.com, but it grew too big and deserved its own site. That was the birth of Mechanical Elements, or ME as we often like to call it.
Whether you are looking for Synthesis and a transaction you may have had with us, or if you are looking for Mechanical Elements. This is the right place, and we’re glad you found the SYN ENGRNG & ME PLANS identifier. (Or the ones, shorter or longer, that are similar.)
Thank You for visiting, and Have a Wonderful Day.