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On 19/08/10 20:55, Timothy Murphy wrote:
>> I've never heard of or encountered this, and have lived in four ZIP
>> codes and two foreign countries while using several US credit cards.
>> But have you ever tried to pay with PayPal for something to be sent
> to an address with a different zip-code?
> Eg after one of your many moves, did you have to tell your card provider
> that you had changed your address?
For reasons too numerous and basic to mention, it almost invariably
remains a good idea to ensure that your bank has a current address for you.
Credit card security checks may include a check that the delivery
address on the card matches the requested delivery address, and a number
of companies will either not deliver to an address that's not on the
card or will require extra verification that the purchase is genuine,
made by an authorised cardholder and that they do indeed wish the goods
delivered to this address.
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