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Episode Info: Chris asks, Should I sign my credit card? Ive seen people not sign them at all or even write See ID on the back. Whats the right way? Find out the best practices when signing your credit or debit cards! Push Play! Links and Resources Mentioned: Terms and Conditions for a VISA Card (on the second page, look at the third paragraph) Story About The Post Office Policy andnbsp; *     *     *     *     * Want to get all new episodes delivered directly to your favorite device? Please subscribe (for free!) to your preferred method below: If youd like to use a method that isnt listed above, you can grab the RSS feed here. After listening to the show, please leave some honest feedback on iTunes by clicking here. Leaving feedback will help the show expand. This means additional questions to help you expand your knowledge! Thanks for listening! Transcript Hey there, welcome to another episode of Ten 10 Minute Money Tips. I am your host, Adam Hagerman, and we are now officially on episode #13. Before we get into today’s question, I did want to mention there’s been a couple of changes to how you can submit a question. It’s actually much easier now. Be sure to listen to the end of today’s podcast to find out how to get to your question in. Now on to today’s question, it comes in from Chris and he writes “should I sign the back of my credit card? I’ve seen people not sign them at all or even write the words ‘see ID’ on the back. What’s the right way? Well Chris, many people believe that by not signing the back of their card, it will actually prevent fraud. What they’re thinking is that if somebody stole their wallet and took their credit cards and they had signed the back of the card, that thief would now have a perfect copy of their signature and be able to open up all kinds of different things by using that signature. It’s an odd type of thought process there and I’ll talk about why I think it’s odd in a second but the first thing I want to talk about is that by not signing the back of your card, you’re actually breaking the rules, I guess you could say, of the credit card company that you’re using because most credit card companies in their terms and conditions say that if you do not sign the back of your credit card, it’s actually not valid. I actually pulled out a couple of my credit cards from my wallet and there’s actually a phrase on most of them or actually all of them that says “not valid unl
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