The CVV – or Card Verification Value – is the three- or four-digit number printed on the back of your credit card. It was introduced as a protection against CNP fraud, as it ensures, at least in theory, that your customer is physically holding the credit card used. In practice, however, the CVV is usually part of the stolen credit card data sold on the dark web. Learn how to protect your business from fraud in addition to CVV:

CVV - Card Verification Value
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