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Where is the claim code on a visa debit card?


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2011-02-28 16:07:57
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where is the claim code location on a visa debit gift card


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card security code and sort code and my card number is located where on my visa debit bank card

11, I'm 11 and i have a Visa Debit card with Lloyds TSB, a proper visa debit card.

It will say the words "Visa Debit Card" on the front of the card itself.

The visa debit card is used for any purchase you would normally make with your credit card. The difference is that the visa debit can be used just like a debit card and a credit card. It has the versatility of both. You can make purchases with this card wherever visa is excepted, there are no restrictions.

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There is only one card number in a visa debit card. It has 16 digits

A debit card is a card from your bank, linked to your bank account. It can be used to pay for things and the money is drawn directly from your account. A Visa debit card is one with a Visa logo that can be accepted and run as a Visa credit card, but the money still comes directly from your account. It is a Debit Card on the VISA network.

It is the 5 digit zip code to where your bill goes to.

Credit Card would have a VISA or MASTERCARD logo on the front. Debit cards can also have the MasterCard or Visa logo depending on your country. Look for Check Card or Debit Card or the word debit on the card.The word debit is sometimes inside the MasterCard or Visa hologram.

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

A Visa debit card is similar to other debit cards. However, it can be used worldwide and is a fast alternative to cash or checks. Therefore, if travel is one of your pasttimes, Visa would be the perfect debit card.

visa does offer a debit card option. you can get a visa debit at participating bank and they also offer visa pre-paid debti cards that can be purchased in local stores and online.

A visa, debit, credit card.

The number on any debit card is different for each individual

There will not be a zip code printed on a debit card as the zip code is typically used as a security measure to keep unauthorized users from making purchases with the card. The zip code will be from whatever address was given to the bank when the account linked to the card was created.

Typically a debit card linked to Visa or MasterCard has the word Debit printed above the logo. This designation indicates that the card can either be used as a debit card or processed as a credit card under that particular network.

Many banks offer Visa debit cards. RBC and CIBC are some examples of banks that encourage the use of Visa debit cards. One major advantage of using a Visa debit card is the fact that it can be used overseas.

Most places that accept VISA credit cards will also accept VISA debit cards.

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

Visa Delta was the previous name for the Visa Debit card. Most large retailers that accept card payments will accept Visa Debit cards. Signs that accept Visa Debit usually have a small sign in the front of their shop entrance to confirm that this is the case.

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depends on what logo it carries.

The Visa debit card is accepted in most retail shops online and on the high street where one sees the logo for Visa one can tell the retailer accepts Visa as a form of transaction.

A Visa gift card is not actually accepted everywhere a Visa credit card is accepted. It is a prepaid card which operates like and is accepted as a debit card, not a credit card. While the vast majority of merchants will accept both Visa debit cards and credit cards, if the merchant chooses not to accept debit cards the prepaid Visa card cannot be used.

yes you can you can get a walmart money card which is a visa debit soyes you can

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