When in doubt, you can always ask the merchant if he or she knows the code or make a small purchase to find out how it is categorized on your card.
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A card security code (CSC; also called card verification data [CVD], card verification number, card verification value [CVV], card verification value code, card verification code [CVC], verification code [V-code or V code], or signature panel code [SPC]) is a security feature for "card not present" payment card transactions instituted to reduce the incidence of credit card fraud. Take note that this scheme of using someone else’s credit card is called credit card fraud or credit card theft. You probably know by now that this is illegal and is punishable by imprisonment under the law. NerdWallet is a free tool to find you the best credit cards, cd rates, savings, checking accounts, scholarships, healthcare and airlines. Start here to maximize your rewards or minimize your interest rates.