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When a card is declined for AVS or CVV, the customer gets a *very* detailed error message, explaining precisely why it was declined; ZIP non-match, address non-match, or whatever.
Our provider warned us against disclosing that kind of information, as fraudsters can exploit that to test stolen credit card information.
These same credit card companies regularly approve transactions that contain incorrect billing addresses.
Oh the irony...
Where are you getting that? Do you think that criminals don't KNOW that the billing address they are pulling out of their behind is bogus?
Or what? Do you think they are going to be able to figure out what the correct billing address by a merchant saying "The billing address you entered does not match the billing address the bank has on file for this card"?
Let's get real, here.