Full form of CVV is Card Verification Value. From online shopping at home to booking railway or flight tickets to digital payments.
We often use debit or credit cards.
In many cases after entering the card number, we are asked for the CVV code. It is also indicated that it is written on the back of the card. After entering it, SMS of OTP or PIN comes to the mobile and the transaction process is successful. Do you know what this CVV code is? Why is it so important and why is it advised to keep it secret and not tell anyone?
Keep reading this article to know everything.
Features of CVC number
This code is written on the magnetic strip on the back of the credit or debit card. As you can see in this photo above. It will be written exactly like this in 3 numbers. Its specialty is that it is not stored in any system. Card details are automatically saved in online transactions, but CVV numbers are not saved in any system. Every time making payment, complete card details need not be filled, but CVV number must be filled.
Why is the CVV number written on the back of the card?
Actually, it is a security layer like OTP. That means it needs to be kept secret. The front is visible when you are using the card in a public place. The CVV number is written on the back so that no one can see it. With the CVV code on the back of the card, people are protected from fraud.
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