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What is security code for a visa card?

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A security code for a credit card is a 3 digit number, located on the back of the card. This number is assigned to that specific card only.

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The 3 digits on the back of the card


On the back of your card there should be a strip with numbers on it. The security code is the last three digits. :)


The Visa security code is a three-digit code on the signature strip which provides an extra layer of security for people shopping online. It is known only to people who have the card in their possession.



The visa securety code number is a 3-digit security code that protects your credit card against any form of fraud.


it's the last 3 numbers on the signature strip on the back of your card


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The PIN was sent to you in a separate mailing. The CVV is printed on the back of the card near the signature strip. These are the two security codes.


The security code on any credit card would be the last set of digits on back of the card with is the three digit number


The back of the card in the signature strip. Normally the last 3 digits are asked for.


Just another security check. Means you've seen the front and back of the card.


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No matter what kind of credit card it is (MasterCard, VISA, etc.) the security code on the back of the card will always have 3 digits. It's located on the back of the card near the area where you should have signed it, and it's used for extra security in case your card or card number are stolen.


Typically, a credit card company like Visa would provide you with security. The same thing can be said for debit cards since Visa does ensure the same security protections for them.


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The security code on a credit card is usually a three digit code that helps secure credit card transactions. On a typical credit card, the security code is usually found on the back.


The 16-digit number on the front of your card is the card number, and there is a 3-digit number security code on the back that is also required when shopping online.


It's usually printed on the back of the card in the signature line. It is either three or four digits long and is different from the last four digits of your card number...


The CVV2 number is the number on the back of ones Visa credit card. This is a security code that helps verify that the person using the card is the correct person.


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usually 16 digits.. expiration date underneath it after your name.. and their may be a 3 digit security code on the bank of the card by the strip line.



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