CVV or Card Verification Value
Finding your Mada card CVV number (Card Verification Value) is a way of protecting your account from being hacked. You’ll need to use this number when making online purchases, and it’s generally safer than using your online banking password.
Most Saudi banks now issue debit cards that can be used for online transactions, which was only allowed with a credit card in the past. You can also enable or disable this function using internet banking or the mobile app.
What is a CVV Number?
A CVV number is a security code typically found on the back of your credit/debit card. It is used to verify that the cardholder is indeed the card owner, and it helps prevent fraud. If you are ever asked for your CVV number, you can find it by looking for the three-digit code on the back of your credit card.
How to use a CVV number
When making an online purchase, you’ll typically be asked to enter your CVV number when you reach the checkout page. You’ll need to enter your CVV number in the appropriate field and then hit the “submit” button.
If you are ever unsure about whether or not you should provide a CVV number, you can always contact your bank’s customer service number, and they will be able to advise you.
The CVV number is an important security feature for credit and debit cards, and it helps to ensure that only the rightful owner of the card can make purchases. If you’re ever asked for your CVV number, you can usually find it on the back of your card near the signature strip. Keep your CVV number safe and never give it out to anyone who you don’t trust implicitly.