All Diner Club Cards issued either at a kiosk or in the restaurants, and carrying the Diner Club International logo, must carry the following additional security features. The Diner Club international sign and the Diner Club logo both indicate the card is valid around the globe. It is also important to make certain that any card in your kitchen that has a Diner Club logo has a security seal, that includes the name of Diner Club, the company logo, the international emblem, and a symbol of security.
The name of the company logo is important for several reasons. First, it shows that the person giving the cards to diners is a representative of the company. Second, it identifies the name of the person responsible for issuing the cards and for handling the cards. Finally, it indicates that the person giving the cards is a representative of the company and that they are authorized to do so.
These additional security seals and logos can be printed on the inside of each diner's club card. For example, Diner Club International will use Diner Club International, and the name of the person giving out the cards will be the person responsible for issuing the cards, as well as the name of the person responsible for distributing the cards.
The card itself should have the name of the company as well as the name of the individual responsible for handing out the cards. The person who is responsible for handing out the cards will also be the person who will be responsible for tracking down lost cards and other possible charges if the customer does not pay for a meal. This makes sure the person who is responsible for paying for the card is not a thief or a fraudster.
You may also find that the name of the person responsible for providing the credit card is very similar to the name of the person who provides the cards to customers. This is not always the case, but in general the name of the person responsible for providing the credit card is usually the same name of the person who provides the cards to diners. As a general rule, you should check the company name, logo, the name of the person responsible for providing the cards, and the name of the person who provides the credit card to your customers to ensure the card is authentic and is valid anywhere it is being used.
The Diner Club logo must be imprinted on the back of each credit card. This logo must be imprinted on the card in an area that is easy to see, such as . . . . . . on the side of the card, or close to the top, bottom, or in a corner of the card. The area of the logo that is visible must be visible from all angles.