09-21-2012 07:34 AM
I currently have the old card in a file but I don't think I can use it because the 3 digit number on the back is different form the new card.
09-21-2012 11:02 AM
Weird. My 3-digit code is the same on both cards.
09-21-2012 11:05 AM
Hmmmm....I will have to look at mine when I get home to be sure. I always noticed that the code was different when they replaced a card but I never really checked this one. I will update tonight after I take a looksie.
09-21-2012 11:11 AM
Usually new cards do have diiff number, but they also have a new exp date. I guess these are exactly the same except for the design.
09-21-2012 11:46 AM
Many times with AU Cards you can remove them from the account but if you did not take the card from the AU they would still have full charging privlages unless you asked the account to be (lost/stolen) and get new card(s) with new numbers.
I really wish more would be like Amex or many banks when it comes to business cards... Would be nice to be able to better track who and what is doing the spending and put limits if needed, etc.
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