Carding Terminology query

2020-04-15

Last night, I received a message from a member who told us that he wanted to know some terms, but there were many different ways of saying the same thing.

If you have learned a lot about CC online. But I don’t know anything. Now let me clear up all your doubts about the term.

  • Credit Card
  • CCN (credit card number) – includes credit card number and expiry date, no name or address.
  • CVV (credit verification value) / (credit card security code) the number on the back of the credit card used to verify.
  • Mailing address – the address where you can send the card goods, not the address of your own house, friend or relative.
  • SSN (Social Security number) – one of the details of the CC holder used to bypass the safety measures
  • MMN (mother’s maiden name) – useful when bypassing safety measures on VBV / MCSC. One of your security issues.
  • Date of birth – used to bypass some security measures.
  • Cob (match bill) – if the shipment and bill information match, some stores will only ship large / high price goods, and these cards can be obtained through some CVV sellers, usually in the form of “fulls”
  • Fulls – you hear “fulls / fullz” many times. It will provide more information, such as security question answer, SSN, DOB, MMN, etc., which can be used for cob, etc.
  • AVS (address verification service) – a system that checks the entered billing address against the records of the credit card company..
  • VBV (visa authentication) MCSC (MasterCard SecureCode) – an additional authentication process initially added by visa that uses different types of authentication, most notably a password, date of birth, social security number, or mother’s premarital name.
  • POS (mobile handheld sales terminal)
  • Dump dump – information written on the magnetic stripe on the back of the card. The only way to get this information is to use a reader to appear in different “tracks”. The dump looks like 41319803032319 = 111010100000006460
  • Card reader – a device that is usually connected to an ATM and inserts your card into the ATM and records your card information (there are various other types, which are the most common)
  • The MSR (magnetic stripe reader) used in the combing scene is used to write the dump (as well as driver’s license and student’s card) information into the blank card or gift card (if you want to use the blank white card, you need a special machine for the external packaging embossing, stamping, and high purchase cost)
  • Bin – the first six digits of the card number (more on this later)
  • VPN (virtual private network) – this will change the location of your IP to the VPN server. This is used in applications, not through browsers as in socks. Be careful some VPN providers keep logs. But it leaks our DNS information, so it’s not safe Credit Card
  • CCN (credit card number) – includes credit card number and expiry date, no name or address.
  • CVV (credit verification value) / (credit card security code) the number on the back of the credit card used to verify.
  • Mailing address – the address where you can send the card goods, not the address of your own house, friend or relative.
  • SSN (Social Security number) – one of the details of the CC holder used to bypass the safety measures Credit Card
  • CCN (credit card number) – includes credit card number and expiry date, no name or address.
  • CVV (credit verification value) / (credit card security code) the number on the back of the credit card used to verify.
  • Mailing address – the address where you can send the card goods, not the address of your own house, friend or relative.
  • SSN (Social Security number) – one of the details of the CC holder used to bypass the safety measures
  • MMN (mother’s maiden name) – useful when bypassing safety measures on VBV / MCSC. One of your security issues.
  • Date of birth – used to bypass some security measures.
  • Cob (match bill) – if the shipment and bill information match, some stores will only ship large / high price goods, and these cards can be obtained through some CVV sellers, usually in the form of “fulls”
  • Fulls – you hear “fulls / fullz” many times. It will provide more information, such as security question answer, SSN, DOB, MMN, etc., which can be used for cob, etc.
  • AVS (address verification service) – a system that checks the entered billing address against the records of the credit card company..
  • VBV (visa authentication) MCSC (MasterCard SecureCode) – an additional authentication process initially added by visa that uses different types of authentication, most notably a password, date of birth, social security number, or mother’s premarital name.
  • POS (mobile handheld sales terminal)
  • Dump dump – information written on the magnetic stripe on the back of the card. The only way to get this information is to use a reader to appear in different “tracks”. The dump looks like 41319803032319 = 111010100000006460
  • Card reader – a device that is usually connected to an ATM and inserts your card into the ATM and records your card information (there are various other types, which are the most common)
  • The MSR (magnetic stripe reader) used in the combing scene is used to write the dump (as well as driver’s license and student’s card) information into the blank card or gift card (if you want to use the blank white card, you need a special machine for the external packaging embossing, stamping, and high purchase cost)
  • Bin – the first six digits of the card number (more on this later)
  • VPN (virtual private network) – this will change the location of your IP to the VPN server. This is used in applications, not through browsers as in socks. Be careful some VPN providers keep logs. But it leaks our DNS information, so it’s not safe

For me, security is a key aspect of grooming. However, an important thing to note is that if you make TM bad, you will be very dangerous.

Before you start, you should consider the following key security aspects:

When you have a credit card, you must use camouflage to purchase RDP or socks in the same city and state as the cardholder or as close as possible.
I personally use the anti detect browser because it is stable and easy to use, and you can load many unique and useful plug-ins (change IP, sniffer, modify data, etc.).
Email – I’m used to not using the same account for every website, so I don’t find you by email.
Receiving address – I have never accepted the goods myself. It is very unsafe. No matter what the goods are, don’t send them to my home.
Clean your computer regularly – I won’t use my personal computer to comb. Not everyone has such conditions. I think you should clean your computer regularly, not simply delete it.

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