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Credit Card Details and Types

Understanding credit card details is crucial for financial transactions. Credit cards typically contain the following information:

| Credit Card Number | Expiry Date | CVV2 Code | Name on the Card | Address | City | State | Country | Zip Code | Phone Number (sometimes omitted) |

For instance:

| 4305873969346315 | 05 | 2018 | 591 | UNITED STATES | John Mechanic | 201 Stone Wayne Lane | Easternton | MA | 01949 |

Different credit card companies use unique identifiers to start their card numbers:

- American Express (AMEX Card) – Begins with 3
- Visa Card - Begins with 4
- MasterCard - Begins with 5
- Discover (Disco) – Begins with 6

Visa offers various types of cards tailored to different needs:

- **Classic:** Widely accepted globally, including ATMs, physical and online stores, and mail and telephone order services.
- **Gold:** Features a higher spending limit and is highly recognized worldwide.
- **Platinum:** Offers enhanced benefits with a spending limit exceeding $10,000.
- **Signature:** No preset spending limit, making it highly desirable.
- **Infinite:** Considered the most prestigious, with virtually no limit, but caution is advised due to limited circulation.
- **Business:** Designed for small to medium-sized businesses, often with a set spending limit.
- **Corporate:** Tailored for medium to large businesses, with higher limits than Business cards.
- **Black:** Exclusive membership with no spending limit, accompanied by a $500 annual fee, making it a luxury card.

MasterCard also provides a range of options:

- **Standard:** Similar to Visa's classic card.
- **Gold:** Comparable to Visa's gold card.
- **Platinum:** Equivalent to Visa's platinum card.
- **World:** Offers a notably high spending limit.
- **World Elite:** Virtually unlimited, representing the epitome of premium cards.

American Express (Amex) cards come with their own set of distinctions:

- **Gold:** Typically comes with a $10,000 limit.
- **Platinum:** Features a higher limit, usually around $35,000.
- **Centurion (Black):** Known as the black card, it offers a high limit of $75,000 or more. Note: Not to be confused with the Visa black card.

Understanding these distinctions allows individuals to choose the credit card that best suits their needs and financial capabilities.