RailMan - 12:16 am on Jun 14, 2005 (gmt 0) sorry robjones2, that's almost worthless
Also, send an email and wait for a reply/acknowledgment from that email before delivering.
In addition to the IP, that gives you another point to prove the customer placed the order.
there is no way to verify that the email address given belongs to the cardholder - if the transaction is fraudulent, the email address probably belongs to the fraudster - you'll get a reply but it won't be the cardholder ..........
sorry robjones2, that's almost worthless