It takes less than one minute to register your account. Simply add funds via bitcoin and start buying cvv. With our instant refund policy, there is no uncertainty or unfair.

Info Cc Cvv

CC is Credit card.
Which are:
Eurocard / Mastercard
DinersClub International
DinersClub valid in Russia
American Express
Visa Electron
Eurocard / Mastercard Cirrus / Maestro

— on the VISA card after the expiration date of the card, the «V» icon is shown, the same as the first letter of the logo;
— Initial figure Visa — 4
— The card number + 3 digits of the secret code is repeated on the signature field (the reverse side)

Eurocard / Mastercard
— on the Eurocard / Mastercard after the expiration date of the card, MC
— Initial digit Eurocard / Mastercard — 5
— The card number + 3 digits of the secret code is repeated on the signature field (the reverse side)

— on the JCB, after the expiration date of the card, the «J» or «JCB»
— Starting digit JCB — 35

— on the DinersClub card after the expiration date of the card, the logo is shown with a circle with a vertical line
— Initial figures of DinersClub — 30, 36, 38, 39
— The card number + 3 digits of the secret code is repeated on the signature field (the reverse side)
— On the right side of the right there are two letters of the secret code

American Express
— Initial digit AmericanExpress — 37
— there are maps Centurion, Corporate, Optima and Hertz

Required data for carding:
CC number
First name
Last name
Street, house number
Phone number

Credit card is a credit card, we also have the necessary infa from it, it is also called ss, cardboard, potato, cards, etc
Let’s see how the s of info of the three most necessary and popular countries look like. (USA / UK / DE)
We do not disassemble full info, i.e. Nothing extra, just basic.

USA (United States)
5256502253097617 — The credit card number itself (credit card num)
0910 — exp (validity of the card) 09 month 10 year
502 — cvv (secret code)
Jorge Bailon — name of the cardholder (cardholder name)
15760 SW 69 ld — street (street)
Miami — city (city)
FL — state
33193 — zip code (zip code)
US — country (coutry)
3055051991 — phone number
VISA — type of card (type)
To USA, you can still add SSN, DL, MMN, DOB, credit report, etc. etc.

UK (United Kingdom)
5178057252945584 — cc num
1211 — exp
849 — cvv
Feiyue Ma — cardholder name
8 Wilberforce Road — street
Norwich — city
NFK is the kingdom, state, county, etc. (county)
GB — country
NR5 8ND — zip code
07883894260 — phone num
Master Card — type
In the UK, as a rule, they take only DOB as additional info. Still sometimes sort code (a sorting code ss), this infa is necessary
For verified by visa.

DE (Deutschland)
4344990165183012 — cc num
1112 — exp
830 — cvv
Visa — type
Alexander Reitzenstein — cardholder name
Wichertstrase 38a — street
Berlin — city
10439 — zip-code
030/20055321 — phone num
Deutschland — coutry
In Germany, as a rule, when asked by DOB, DOB, there are no states.
The first thing that a beginner carder should learn is, of course, information about credit cards, simply cardboard / SS.

And so, let’s begin.
First of all we need to find the cardboard. The simplest option is to buy it from the seller. At purchase you will receive a cardboard approximately in such format:
4306651004564350 | 10/10 | 826 | Richard Lang | 56 Groveview Cir | Rochester | 14612 | NY | USA | 661-298-0881
(Format for each seller is different)
• 4306651004564350 — Credit card number.
• 10/10 (10 month / 10 year,) — Card expiration date.
• 826 — Security code of the CVV / CVV2 card
• Richard Lang — First and Last Name
• 56 Groveview Cir — Address
• Rochester — City
• 14612 — Zip code (zip)
• NY (New York) — State
• USA — Country
• 661-298-0881 — Telephone

For additional $ you can punch additional information:
These points make their way mainly to create Enroll’a, so if you are just interested in driving, then they probably will not need you.
• DOB — date of birth
• SSN — Social Security Number
• MMN — Mothers Middle Name (mother’s middle name, so to speak)

Now a little more specific about each type of card:

• Visa card numbers begin with the number 4
• There is a protection called Verified by Visa (VBV)
• 3 digit CVV code
Verified by Visa is a unique service in which a personal password or identification information is used to protect Visa card numbers from unauthorized use. Simply put, Holder has a code that he will have to enter when buying something.

• MasterCard credit numbers begin with the number 5
• There is a protection called MasterCard SecureCode (MCSC)
• 3 digit CVV code
MasterCard SecureCode — the principle of operation is the same as that of VBV.

American Express
• American Express credit card numbers start at 3
• 4-digit CVV code

• Discover Bank numbers start at 6
• 3 digit CVV code

How to identify Zip / State / Telephone
1) Go to the site
(For example, we have a city and a zip, how to determine the state? | Summerville | 30747 | United States
2) We will drive the city into the City field and select the first state that gets there. (Let’s say it’s GA)
3) Next we get the result, where we

What is cc / cvv ?

1. CC (cvv) — Credit Card  (Selling via online shop)

2. CCN
(Credit Card Number) – Includes the number of the card and expiration date, no name or address. 

3. CVV
(Credit Verification Value) / (Card Security Code) / CVV2-  The number on the back of the card used for verification purposes. 3 digit number for visa/mc and 4 digit for AMEX (American Express) (There is also CVV1 which is a verification number that is written into the magstripe on the back of the card that is read when the card is swiped)

4. Drop– an address where you can send carded goods, not your own house or friend or relatives. 

5. SSN
(Social Security Number) – one of the details of CC holder , used to bypass security measures 

6. MMN
(Mothers Maiden Name) – Comes in handy when bypassing security measures on VBV/MCSC. One of your security question. 

7. DOB
– Date of Birth – Used to bypass some security measures. 

8. COB
(Change of Billing) – Some stores will only ship large/high priced items if the shipping and billing info match, these can be obtained through some cvv sellers, usually in the form of a “Fulls”

9. Fulls
–You listen many times “Fulls/ Fullz”. It is nothing but CC Details with more info eg. security question answers, SSN, DOB, MMN, etc. which can be usedfor COB, etc. 

10. AVS (Address Verification Service) – System that checks the billing address entered against the credit card company’s records..

11. VBV (Verified by Visa) – Extra verification process initially added by visa, there are different types of authentication used, most notably would be a password, date of birth, social security number, or mothers maiden name. 

12. MCSC (MasterCard SecureCode) – MC (MasterCard) adopted this process after VBV came out, basically the same thing but with mastercards. 

13. POS (Point of Sale) – Terminal at a physical shop where the card is swiped/read 

14. Dump
– The information that is written onto the magnetic stripe on the back of the card, the only way to get these is with a skimmer, comes in different “tracks” which i will not be explaining – a dump would look like 


15. Skimmer – A device that is normally attached to an atm where you insert your card, which records your card information (there are other varients, that is the most common) 

16. Embosser
– A device that “stamps” the cards to produce the raised lettering 

17. Tipper
– A device that adds the gold/silver accents to the embossed characters 

18. MSR
(Magnetic Stripe Reader/Writer)  Used in the carding scene for writing dumps (and drivers license, student ID) info to blank cards or giftcards (if you want to use blank white cards, you will need a printer for the card template, embosser/tipper also, which can get costly to buy) 

19. BIN
(Bank Identification Number) – The first 6 digits of a card number (this will be gone over in more detail later on) 

20. Novs (Novelty ID / Fake ID) – Commonly used for signing at drops, store pickups, WU Drops, Bank Drops, etc. 

21. VPN
(Virtual Private Network ) – This will change your IP to wherever the location is of the VPN server. This is used with a application rather than through your browser as with socks. Watch out as some VPN providers will keep logs. But it leaks our DNS info so it is not safe 

Southwest Germany To Join Forces With Saarland To Combat Cybercrime

The Southwest region and the state of Saarland seek to join forces to fight against cybercrime in Germany. At the request of the German Press Agency, Baden-Württemberg’s Interior Minister Thomas Strobl (CDU) said that a cooperation agreement should be concluded with Saarland at the end of the week.

Police Catch Three Members of Darknet Drug Trafficking Group

March 15, The public prosecutor’s office in Ravensburg announced the details of a high-profile investigation. Since “at least the turn of the year,” the announcement began, law enforcement investigators tracked a drug organization with five known members. Throughout the course of “extensive” investigations, authorities learned the organization operated a darknet drug trafficking ring. They found more than just drug.

Bitcoin news roundup April 2, 2017

This week’s summary of various cryptocurrency news and developments: New developments MasterCard survey shows European shoppers are wary of digital currencies According to CoinDesk a survey conducted by MasterCard shows European consumers don’t seem to be too fond of digital currencies when paying for things online.

Suspect Spreading Philadelphia Ransomware Identified

In March 2017, cybercrime investigators in Austria made a breakthrough in a so-called “ransomware case.” Someone infected an Upper Austrian company with malware known as Philadelphia or the Philadelphia Ransomware. Investigators discovered the attacker responsible for the infection: a 19-year-old from the region.

A Carder’s First Experience

We do not support carding! This is for educational purposes only – and reflect the author’s own experience and views only. At the time of this story, I was new to carding. Saying that I was “new” is a bit of an understatement. I had never used any Darknet markets, and I had barely any experience with Bitcoin.

Two Men Convicted of Fraud After Using Darknet Acquired Credit Cards for Ticket Scams

On October 25, Hanover Regional Court sentenced two men to nearly four years in prison on several counts of fraud. The men were accused of purchasing stolen credit cards from darknet marketplaces and using the cards to buy train tickets. The train tickets were then sold to individuals for less than the original ticket price. Paul K. and his accomplice