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Your complete credit card number is never accessible to anyone once you hit the submit button on our site. Entering a Card Security Code The Card Security Code (CSC) is a 3-digit or 4-digit number printed on your credit card.The number appears only on the card itself (not on receipts or statements), helping to ensure that anyone making a contribution to Fireside has the card in his or her possession and is not using a stolen credit card number.Fireside controls and operates this Site from its offices within the United States.Claims relating to, including the use of, this Site and the materials contained herein are governed by the laws of the United States and the State of Indiana. If you choose to access this Site from another location, you do so on your own initiative and are responsible for compliance with applicable local laws. Fireside only uses processing solutions that are in compliance with the Payment Cardholder Information Data Security Standard, PCI-DSS, to protect your information. Credit cards are transferred in an encrypted form using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) 128-bit encryption.
All credit card numbers are encrypted at both the database and individual transaction level. If you’re having trouble entering your credit card number or received an email saying we are unable to proceed with your order, please consider the following: Did you select the correct card type from the drop-down menu? With over 8000 square feet of awesome games, 3 lounge areas, and the best beer in town: your own!Come over to East Village this weekend and enjoy life. About Credit Card Security The personal information you enter in your Fireside account — including your billing information — is protected using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption technology.
You can find your CSC in the signature box on the back of Visa, Master Card, and Discover cards.For American Express cards, the CSC is always located above the account number on the face of the card.