The cardholder's (customer) issuing bank phone service enabling merchants to verify a cardholder's billing address before completing a mail or telephone order transaction for that cardholder's billing address.
The billing address of the shopper is verified against details held by the card issuer Back to the top Card Verification Card verification value, variously referred to by card issuers as Security Code, CVV, CVV2 and CVC. The card verification value is a three or four digit security number printed on the front or back of credit cards. The number is difficult for fraudsters to reproduce. It is also difficult to steal, because merchants are not permitted to store the number on their systems. Back to the top
(Car Toys Order Status) There is a question regarding the shipping address you provided, as it differs from your credit card's billing address. To protect you and ensure that no unauthorized person is using your card in a fraudulent manner, we ask that you confirm this address by calling the credit card company (using the toll-free number found on the back of the card) and adding this shipping address to your account. When complete, please email us the company's toll free number, so that we may verify this address and process your order as soon as possible. Or if you'd prefer, we can ship this order instead to your billing address for a more expedient delivery. Please note that your order will not be processed and your credit card will not be charged until we hear back from you. We appreciate your assistance and understanding regarding this security policy. If you have any questions or concerns, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call our customer service center, toll-free, at 1-866-977-3644.
A service provided in which the Seller verifies the Cardholder's address with the Issuing Bank. Address verification is not a guarantee that a transaction is valid. Address Verification System (AVS) compares the billing address information provided by the customer online with the billing address on file at the customer's credit card issuing bank. The Payment Gateway reports the AVS response code to you, the Merchant, (match or no match) and, after screening for the AVS response codes that you have chosen to allow pass through the system, accepts or rejects transactions accordingly.
Process used by a credit card processor or other party to verify that a customer's ordering address matches their records.
A service provided through BankCard Services in which the merchant verifies the cardmember's address. Primarily used by Mail/Telephone/Internet order merchants. Not a guarantee that a transaction is valid.