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PIN number stands for Personal Identification Number
Most Credit Cards have PIN number.
If you are being asked for a PIN number by a program running on your computer
you can consider that program to be dubious or hacked.
Most software vendors employ a PRODUCT KEY , not a PIN number
PIN numbers are for financial transactions.
If you are being asked your PIN number by a program other than your BANK
or a site that you are purchasing software from , then you are most likely being
tricked by an evil hacker and should not proceed to give them any PIN number.
If this is your credit card or bank card or debet card you are talking about.
Your pin number will be located on the back of the card , the last 3 digits.
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