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Should You Sign the Back of Your Credit Card?


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#51 GR8WhiTE

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Posted 12 February 2015 - 07:31 AM

I used to not sign my cards, but then I got sick of being asked for ID by the clerks that knew that they can on unsigned cards, so I signed them.

 

I also would never write SEE I.D. on a card, since a fake ID is all a thief needs.

 

I also take the activation stickers off the front now. I used to leave them on. :D

I'm assuming you leave the tags on your baseball caps on? :lol:





#52 rslifkin

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Posted 20 February 2015 - 09:33 PM

I used to not sign my cards, but then I got sick of being asked for ID by the clerks that knew that they can on unsigned cards, so I signed them.
 
I also would never write SEE I.D. on a card, since a fake ID is all a thief needs.
 
I also take the activation stickers off the front now. I used to leave them on. :D

I'm assuming you leave the tags on your baseball caps on?
You know me very well! :D

#53 rslifkin

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Posted 07 November 2016 - 09:45 PM

I just had a thought: If I am technically "accepting" all these cards that come through my POS terminal at work, am I doing anything wrong or breaking some kind of a rule?

I've only ever had anyone Grind My Gears over an unsigned card at Auto Parts stores, and the Post Office, as mentioned above.

I now sign my cards, since that USED to mean they can STFU about ID..apparently, that debate still rages on, (Visa/MC policy vs the store) though there may have been a subtle change to Visa/MC policy about that. Yes? No?

#54 hegemony

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Posted 20 February 2017 - 09:17 PM

yes



#55 hegemony

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Posted 20 July 2017 - 07:23 PM

yes

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