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170 sbFRESH I can't think of any case where my signature has actually been used to verify anything. Why do we still use it?
26 lazyassdog Man I can't re.ember the last time I had to sign here in Canada. Either tap and pay or pin code everywhere here. The only thing stranger would be using cash or a cheque.
64 Charlitos_Way I hate when I'm buying a bag of chips at the 7-11 and the clerk asks for my ID and then studies my signature like he's just working there on his off hours and his real job is at the crime lab studying forged signatures. Sometimes I just write 'whatever' on the signature line.
11 PurpEL Canada would like to welcome the USA to 2003
7 LuckyBdx4 Signing cards died on August 1st 2014 here in Australia.
13 relomia I haven't signed my visa or mastercard ever in my life and never had a problem...
29 Daeskmoor It would be nice if cashiers actually checked them in the US. Been all over the east coast and nobody has asked for ID, 'cause mine says NEED ID in bold.
8 OMGSPACERUSSIA I used to deliver pizza. I was honestly surprise by the number of people who would give me blank looks when I handed them a receipt and asked for a signature. And eventually I got to the point where I would tell them "signature and total." Because if you're going to stiff me on the tip then I'm damn well going to make you look me in the eye as you hand that receipt back.
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13 Neutrinobeam When are they going to implement PINS? Chip and pin has been standard in everywhere not the US for how long?
9 vanishplusxzone Lol them pretending that the chip system they launched is at all secure is fucking cute. Maybe if they made it an actual chip and pin sure, but just changing from the mag stripe to the chip or contactless doesn't do shit.
13 xHarryR Welcome to 2018 America! Signatures haven't been needed everywhere else in the world for atleast the last 10 years..
3 bad_luck_dragon I can count on one hand the number of times I've had to sign using either my visa or master card. I have literally only ever been IDd twice; both at the same bookstore, and I've been using these cards for 6 years.