Card Verification Value (CVV) is a three digit number printed on the credit/debit card. It is also known as Card Security Code (CSC). Usually, Visa, Master card and Discover debit/credit cards have CVV numbers. CVV numbers are used when PIN (Personal Identification Number) cannot be used because of some security reasons.
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Remember, whenever an online merchant ask you to enter CVV number then you do not need to enter PIN (Personal Identification Number). So do not enter both CVV and PIN to a single merchant payment. It is a group of three digits on the signature strip and you can find CVV number on the back side of your credit/debit card.
How to find CVV number on credit card-
Turn your card to signature side.
On the signature strip, you can find a code printed on it.
Now you can find three or four digits which are highlighted (See screenshot). That three or four digits code is your CVV or CSC number.