The abbreviation MM/YYYY on a credit or debit card refers to the two-digit month and four-digit year of the card’s expiration date.
The expiration date is also sometimes used for security purposes; so don’t share it more widely than necessary.
What is MM YY in Visa card?
In short, all financial transaction cards should show the card’s expiration date in one of the following two formats: “MM / YY” or “MM-YY” — with the first being the by far most common for credit cards. This represents two digits for the month and two for the year — for example, “02 / 24”.
What is CVV in debit card?
The CVV Number (“Card Verification Value”) on your credit card or debit card is a 3 digit number on VISA®, MasterCard® and Discover® branded credit and debit cards. On your American Express® branded credit or debit card it is a 4 digit numeric code. You should never enter your PIN number when asked to provide your CVV.
What numbers are on a debit card?
Your account number and type are printed on the card. Look at the string of digits on the face of your debit card. Visa and MasterCard, the most common issuers of debit and credit cards, have 16 digits. These digits represent the card issuer and your specific account number.
How do I know my credit cards expiry date?
How to Find Your Credit Card Expiration Date. Your credit card’s expiration date is conveniently printed on the front of your credit card. You’ll see a two-digit code for the month and the last two digits of the year.