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Richierichdollar
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Do You sign Your credit cards.

I just have the one question before I leave and go away on my trip. I have called and told them I am traveling , now do I sign my cards I usually dont who does and doesnt or puts check ID in the area

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pats23
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Re: Do You sign Your credit cards.

I have to admit I have never sighned any of my cc's or debit cards


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Re: Do You sign Your credit cards.


Richierichdollar wrote:

I just have the one question before I leave and go away on my trip. I have called and told them I am traveling , now do I sign my cards I usually dont who does and doesnt or puts check ID in the area


I write on all of mine in perm black ink "Whats Ur Phone #"

 

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09Lexie
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Re: Do You sign Your credit cards.

I used to not sign them but recently I have- it seems like they always ask to see my id anyway- so what the heck. I know they're not supposed to ask if there's a signature but I am tired of 'mentioning' it to them. 😒
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scarzy
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Re: Do You sign Your credit cards.

I have never put my "John Hancock" on mine because no one really ever checks anymore!
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Re: Do You sign Your credit cards.

Nope never bothered to sign them. Don't want someone imitating my signature if I ever lose my card
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john398
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Re: Do You sign Your credit cards.

I used to, but the signature just seems to rub off with all the use so I no longer really do

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Re: Do You sign Your credit cards.


09Lexie wrote:
I used to not sign them but recently I have- it seems like they always ask to see my id anyway- so what the heck. I know they're not supposed to ask if there's a signature but I am tired of 'mentioning' it to them. 😒

Really??  They are not suppose to ask if their is a siggy?  Why?  Wow, had no idea..

 

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john398 wrote:

I used to, but the signature just seems to rub off with all the use so I no longer really do


Fine point Perm Ink Sharpie works great.. Mine never come off.. And I also use to put a stip of clear tape over it before I switched to scharpie..

 

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jakemod1
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Re: Do You sign Your credit cards.

I don't sign my cards anymore. I used to put "Check ID" in place of my signature since most places ask for your ID anyway, and also in case I lose or get my credit card stolen and someone tries to use my card, they'll see the "Check ID" and hopefully, check their ID.

 

But I don't even do that anymore since all of my credit card comes with the $0 liability for fraudulent charges/activity.

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