Apr 4, 2014 ... Does it matter if you sign your credit card, write "See ID," or leave it blank? There
are lots of rumors out there about what you should do on the ...
Mar 25, 2015 ... If your strategy for protecting yourself against card fraud is to not sign your cards
and write See ID instead, your game plan is both ineffective ...
May 5, 2014 ... This has stirred up an old debate about whether or not it's safe to sign the back of
your credit card. You may have heard that it's a smart security ...
Signing the back of your credit card has been a requirement for years, but most
opt to not sign the card. Here's why you should...
Oct 12, 2014 ... Take a close look at the back of your credit card, and you will probably see
something along the lines of "Not valid unless signed." At the same ...
if the cardholder refuses to sign the back of their card. What if the card says “Ask
for Photo I.D.” in the signature ... Sign your credit card as soon as you receive it.
Aug 17, 2011 ... When it comes to signing the back of your card, you'll get different answers
depending on whom you talk to. Your credit card company requires ...
Jul 17, 2012 ... Is it better to sign the back of your credit and debit cards? ... signing a debit or
credit card is dangerous because a thief could sign it for you and ...
Mar 27, 2014 ... You were once told that you shouldn't sign the back of your credit card. ... Look at
the back of the credit card in the photo and you'll see these four words ... but it's
another step you should take to protect yourself and cement the ...
I had been led to understand that by not signing the back of my credit card and
instead writing ... But this card is not valid unless you sign the back of it. ... which
inform me that it is indeed not allowed to write "SEE ID" on the back of your card.