- Arts, Crafts & Collectables (0)
- Electronics (91)
- Fashion (116)
- Home & Garden (215)
- Machinery (0)
- Motors (8)
- Other (30)
- Sports (59)
- Pre Order (28)
- About Us.
- Acceptable Use Policy
- Affiliate Terms & Conditions
- Shop on Amazon
- Billing and Payment Policy
- CVC. What's it? Where to find it?
- Delivery & Insurance Information
- Press Releases
- Returns Policy
- Seller's Agreement
- Terms & Conditions
- Why Become A Partner?
- Contact Us
- Site Map
CVC. What's it? Where to find it?
Visa® (Including Debit Cards, eg. Republic Bank VISA ONE CARD), Mastercard®, and Discover® cardholders:
Turn your card over and look at the signature box. You should see either the entire 16-digit credit card number or
just the last four digits followed by a special 3-digit code. This 3-digit code is your CVV number / Card Security Code.
American Express® cardholders:
Look for the 4-digit code printed on the front of your card just above and to the right of your main credit card number. This 4-digit code is your Card Identification Number (CID). The CID is the four-digit code printed just above the Account Number.
The CVV Number ("Card Verification Value") on your credit card or debit card is a 3 digit number on VISA®, MasterCard® and Discover® branded credit and debit cards. On your American Express® branded credit or debit card it is a 4 digit numeric code.
Additional directions: Your CVV number can be located by looking on your credit or debit card, as illustrated in the image below:
Providing your CVV number to an online merchant proves that you actually have the physical credit or debit card - and helps to keep you safe while reducing fraud.
CVV numbers are NOT your card's secret PIN (Personal Identification Number).
You should never enter your PIN number when asked to provide your CVV. (PIN numbers allow you to use your credit or debit card at an ATM or when making an in-person purchase with your debit card or a cash advance with any credit card.)
CVV numbers are also known as CSC numbers ("Card Security Code"), as well as CVV2 numbers, which are the same as CVV numbers, except that they have been generated by a 2nd generation process that makes them harder to "guess".