As more and more credit card companies announced an end to the need for signatures on credit and debit card receipts, major player Visa kept holding out. Until today.
Finally, Visa announced Friday it was making signatures "optional" in North America starting in April.
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Visa's move, which keeps signing an option for now, is a little different to MasterCard , Discover , and American Express who are straight-up eliminating the need for something on the dotted line. But it's essentially dumping signatures unless retailers decide they still want one. Read more... More about Security , Visa , Signatures , Biometrics , and Credit Cards