What is CSC?
CSC is the abbreviation of Card Security Code. The card security code is a three- or four-digit number usually found on the signature panel of a card. This fraud management tool has various names. Visa calls it CVV2, MasterCard calls it CVC2, and American Express calls it CID.
Card Security code Explanation:
- Visa calls it CVV, Card Verification Value.
- MasterCard calls it CVC, Card Verification Code.
- American Express calls it CID, The Card Identification Number.
How does this filter protect me?
The Card Security Code filter compares the number provided by you to the number on file with the issuer. A valid Card Security Code helps verify that you have a physical card with you when you place an order.
An invalid code could be the result of your typographical error or it could indicate that a fraudster did not have the card with them when they placed the order using your card number or information.
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