The CVN is a security code that is visible, in print, on either the front or the back of all major credit cards. The purpose of this code is to help validate that a genuine card is being used during an internet transaction. The CVN is uniquely associated with the plastic card that is issued to the Cardholder and is never printed on a receipt or cardholder statement, nor may it be stored in a merchants' computer system.
For Visa, MasterCard, and Discover cards, the card code is a separate 3 digit number located on the back of your card on or above your signature line (The panel will contain either your entire card number followed by the three-digit code OR the last four digits of your card number followed by the three-digit code).
For an American Express card, it is a separate 4 digit number on the FRONT above the end of your card number.
How to find your CVN?
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