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In general though that AVS outside the UK, Canada and USA is very limited The Security Code verification service enables the card security code entered by the shopper to be compared against the UK card issuer's details and the results passed back to you via an email, your callback and the CMS.
The card security code is a number printed on the card.
Some cards have a three-digit number printed at the end of the cards signature strip.
Some (AMEX cards for example) have a four digit number on the front of the card.
To use the AVS verification service the address entered by shopper must be their billing address (the address where the shopper's card statement is currently sent).
The billing address must match the address held by the Card Issuer exactly.
A security code is now printed on the vast majority of credit/debit cards.
As part of AVS the country associated with the shoppers address will be compared with the country the card was issued in.
Some card issuers refer to this number as the 'Security Code' (for AMEX cards) and others as 'Card Verification Value'.
It may also go by the name of 'CVV2' for Visa Cards, or 'Card Verification Code' (CVC) for Mastercard/Eurocard.
One additional security facility is that the Payment Pages will now prompt your shoppers for their card security code and billing address.
This information is then compared with the UK card issuer's records (where available) and the results of the comparison passed back to you for consideration.
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