Click Here To Go To Ask The Meatman's Home Page


Ask The Meatman.com Shopper Approved Reviews and Rating
Ask The Meatman
We Have A New Website - Ask The Meatcutter.com! There Are Many Advantages To Shopping On The New Website: •You Can Pay with Your Amazon Account. •You Can Pay with ApplePay on your iPhone.
•You Can Still Pay with PayPal and all the Standard Debit/Credit Cards. •You Can Set Up An Account Where You Can: •Save your Shipping and Payment Information for a Quicker Checkout; •Have a Dedicated Webpage with Constantly
Updated Tracking Status of Your Order; •Re-Order Previously Ordered Products Fast and Easy; and •Save Products to Your Favorites List. The New Website Also has Product Reviews and Advanced Search and Navigation.
Shopping on the New Website's Mobile and Tablet Version is Easier and GREATLY Improved! So if you want to place an order on your Mobile Device please go to Ask The Meatcutter. You can still continue shopping here as always.

We've Been in Business and Processing Meat Since 1949 - And We've Been Selling Online Since 2001. We Only Sell Products That We Use At Our Meat Processing Plant - So YOU Only Buy the BEST Products!

FREE SHIPPING ON EVERY ORDER IN THE UNITED STATES - NO MINIMUM ORDER - NO END DATE
Search Ask The Meatman:

sitemap
website security
Our Store Our Articles Beef Topics Pork Topics Deer Topics 100% Money Back Guarantee Ordering/Shipping
FAQ
Sausage Kits BBQ Seasonings Miscellaneous Meat Cutting DVD
Downloads/Streaming
Jerky Seasonings Pork Sausage
Seasonings
Deer Sausage
Seasoning
Deer Snack Stick Seasonings Spicecraft & AC Legg Shake-On Seasonings Casings Meat Cutting
Chart Posters
How-To
Meat Cutting DVD's
Cutlery Dog Bones High Temperature Cheese
Shopper Award
FREE Shipping On EVERY Order Shipped In The U.S.

The Ask The Meatman™
Website is Owned
and Operated By:
Jackson Frozen Food Locker
400 South High St.,
Jackson, MO  63755
Craig Meyer/Owner
is the MEATMAN!

Click Here to Contact Us
 by E-Mail.

We Ship Most Of Our
Orders by USPS
(United States Postal Service).

Heavy or Bulky Items May Be Shipped by UPS.


 FREE Shipping On EVERY
Order  In The U.S.

We Accept The Following Credit Cards

Payments Accepted
We Also Accept Checks
& Money Orders by Postal Mail.

Customer Reviews

Security number on American Express credit cards

The purpose of the credit card security number is to prevent thieves from using your credit card number with internet and telephone merchants who cannot physically compare the signatures on your card with the purchaser signature. The security number is a relatively new internet fraud protection mechanism, and many people are unfamiliar with it.

Location of Security Numbers on American Express Credit Card The security number is a random number added to the card by American Express. When our credit card processing company - 2Checkout.com communicates with American Express to get authorization to charge your credit card, 2Checkout.com also sends the security number that was provided. American Express looks to see if your account has enough available credit, and they also look to see that the security number provided matches what they printed onto your credit card. When you get a one-time-use card number for use on the internet, use the real security number on your American Express card; that is what they are expecting.

If the security number does not match, it is a reasonable assumption that the person using your credit card is not you, and although there might be enough available credit to handle the purchase, it would be unwise for us to process the purchase. If it were you making the purchase, you would know the proper security number. A thief would not.

If you have multiple credit cards, it is best if you designate one credit card just for internet purchases, so that no one but you ever sees the security number. Stores such as Ask The Meatman that verify the security number prevent thieves from pretending to be you.


Security number on Visa and MasterCard credit cards

The purpose of the credit card security number is to prevent thieves from using your credit card number with internet and telephone merchants who cannot physically compare the signatures on your card with the purchaser signature. The security number is a relatively new internet fraud protection mechanism, and many people are unfamiliar with it.

The security number is a random number added to the card by your credit card issuer. When  our credit card processing company - 2Checkout.com communicates with your credit card issuer to get authorization to charge your credit card, K also sends the security number that was provided. Your credit card issuer looks to see if your account has enough available credit, and they also look to see that the security number provided matches what they printed onto your credit card.

If the security number does not match, it is a reasonable assumption that the person using your credit card is not you and although there might be enough available credit to handle the purchase, it would be unwise for Kagi to process the purchase. If it was you making the purchase, you would know the proper security number. A thief would not.

If you have multiple credit cards, it is best if you designate one credit card just for internet purchases, so that no one but you ever sees the security number. Stores such as Kagi that verify the security number prevent thieves from pretending to be you.

 

Last Updated - Wednesday, February 10, 2016 03:03 PM



Our Store

Beef

Pork 

Deer

Home Page

Sitemap

Our Articles

 FAQ's

Links

Bookstore

View Shopping Cart

Special Sale

Is there something you've read on this page you don't understand - or not quite sure what something meant? Do you still have questions that weren't answered after reading something on Ask The Meatman.com. 
 
Then Click Here to Ask The Meatman A Question!
2checkout.com is the authorized retailer for Ask The Meatman.com and Jackson Frozen Food Locker
Copyright © 2001-2017, Jackson Frozen Food Locker™. All rights reserved