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Kudos0

Fill in Security Code Credit Card

Okay so I do  a lot of stuff online requiring credit card information. Whether its paying a Bill for Medical, or even shopping.  Some websites stores my Card for my next purchase, however occasionally it asks for me to enter my CCV (Security Code) for my Credit Card.

Now I think I enter that into Norton Identity Safe? But maybe I don't? I thought previous versions we did.

Well if we do enter our CCV (Security Codes for card) shouldn't NIS fill those in? And if they are not filling them in, do I need to submit a report for every website I visit?  Cause I believe theres a lot of em :)


Thanks

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Kudos0

Re: Fill in Security Code Credit Card

The CCV field has been removed from Identity Safe.  Norton will not fill that number in for you.  The CCV is a fraud deterrent feature.  The purpose of having to supply the CCV found on the back of the card is to establish to the online retailer that you actually have the card in your possession.  The whole point is that you are supposed to have to look at the card itself for the number.

Kudos0

Re: Fill in Security Code Credit Card

Hello ltolman

Norton took that item off from Identity Safe for security reasons. It is safer to have your card in your hand and type in the 3 numbers needed for the code. If it was in your identity safe and you had it open and went AFK for a while, then anyone could look at that number and make a purchase with that number. Having the credit card number often isn't enough now to make a purchase as you said. Thanks.

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Kudos0

Re: Fill in Security Code Credit Card

Just put it in the comment field of the card and you can see it - Besides, there is no difference between leaving access to your wallet online or physically on your desk - both can be stolen and both require diligence.

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