What Is CVC Code?
CVC Code, security code is a 3 or 4 digit number that is used to protect the credit card users’ information about the bank and to provide secure credit card usage. CVC code is unique for every separate credit card. It is generally used to identify the card users, stolen cards or used as a security question in mobile-bank or e-bank processes. For American Bank the code is behind the cards back like almost all credit or debit cards.
When we look at what the credit card security code is, the credit card security code on the Internet exchange is required to complete the payment process. It is used for security purposes. It is also important for shopping more securely if you use virtual card for online shopping. You can limit your shopping limit with the virtual card. You can create a virtual card via the Internet branch.
Where İs The Security Code (Cvc* Code, Card Verification Code) Of A Credit Card Written?
The CVV(or CVC Code) code is on the signature band on the back of the credit cards. The son of the digits in this band represents the 3-digit CVV code. For example, on the back of the credit card, 0001 5555 1111 227 on the signature band, the CVV is 227 credit card with 3 digits.
Often only three households, like 227. Some of the figures are written as 4578 227. The important part here is; No matter how many digits there are, the CVV Code is the last three digits.