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70-306 Transcender

Yes, I want to pay for the VB.Net Web Certification Transcender (70-306) + Flash  by Credit Card using Professor Smiley's Secure Server.

I need your Security Code.

After entering your Credit Card Number on the checkout page which follows, please be sure to enter your CVV2, CVC2, or CID Security Code under the Comments/Additional Information block. This is for your protection, and without it, I can't process your Credit Card information, which will delay shipment of your product. 

What is CVV2, CVC2 and CID?
This is a 3 or 4 digit number printed on your credit card. It is not stored in the magnetic strip or anywhere else. The only way to know the number is to have possession of the card itself.

Where can I find the number?

On Visa & MasterCard, the number is located on the back of the card. It is the last 3 digits on the back of the signature strip.

On American Express, the number is located on the front of the card. It is located above the card number, in most cases to the right.

Why do I require you input this number?
For your protection as well as mine. These numbers where introduced by credit card companies to help prevent
Internet fraud. We do not want a credit card unless it is actually coming from the person ordering.

What's Next?

The Sunday evening before the class begins I will process your credit card information and email you your registration information, which includes the URL for our classroom, your User ID and your password. Ordinarily, you will not hear from me before then. However, if you have questions, feel free to contact me at registrar@johnsmiley.com