Basic Carding Terms every noob should know

Basic Carding Terms every noob should know

Basic Carding Terms every noob should know

Basic Carding Terms

  1. Socks
    Socks 5 SOCKet Secure (socks) is an Internet protocol that routes network packets between a client and server through a proxy server. So using this you can hide your IP and match our location same with the Credit Card holder’s Location to make a successful transaction. It’s don’t leak your DNS info but often VPNs do that so it is more secure than any VPN software. An Internet Protocol address (IP address) is a numerical label assigned to each device connected to a computer network that uses the Internet Protocol for communication so you must hide it.
  2. Drop
    Drop is an address to which you ship items when carding. So we have to manage the USA address. This website will receive our products and will send us the order. They will take a bit of charge for it. No need for every shopping site. For security with good security only.
  3. Credit Card (cc)
    When you buy CC from the shop or somewhere else, it should come with information similar to this:

| credit card number | exp date| cvv2 code | name on the card | address | city | state | country | zip code | phone # |
For Example:
451401164365421042909/2018JOHN WILD2506344260VISAINFINITEROYAL BANK OF CANADACREDITCANv2n6j5Prince Georgee*CA 9980 Haldi rd
Types of Cards :
Each credit card company starts its cards with a different number:
3 – American Express (AMEX)
4 – Visa
5 – MasterCard (MC)
6 – Discover (Disco)

Each card company has its own specific types of cards, here are some of the basics:
Classic – This card is intended for those who already have experience in the use of bank cards. It also enjoys popularity among consumers of middle-income, as guaranteed convenience, choice, and financial flexibility.
Gold – One of the leading products, has been adopted worldwide and allows you to enjoy impressive financial freedom (aka higher limit)

Platinum – These usually have limits over $10,000 (but remember, just because it has a high limit doesn’t mean it’ll hit)
Signature – No preset spending limit – great bin to get
Infinite – Most prestigious card, virtually no limit. Most of these that are sold are fake.
Business – Used for small to medium-sized businesses, usually has a decent limit.
Corporate – Medium to large size businesses, larger limit than Business.
Black – limited membership, $500 annual fee, high-end card, no limit

Standard – comparable to visa classic
Gold – comparable to visa gold
Platinum – comparable to visa plat
World – very high limit
World Elite – virtually no limit, high-end card.
Not even going to go into this because AMEX is very hard to card with and never worth it.
BIN (Bank Identification Number)
– The first 6 numbers of CC is the BIN number.
– An example of a bin is 486236.
You can collect some info from the bin, such as what bank the card belongs to, if it’s a credit card or debit card, etc. For that, there are many websites. You can use the site below:

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 mother’s maiden name. Will send OTP to CC owner mobile No. or need secret Password when doing transaction in any process.
NON-VBV (Verified by Visa)

Easy to use. No need for OTP when placing orders.
MSC (Mastercard Secure Code)
As the same as VBV except for MasterCard.
AVS – (Address Verification System)
A system is used to verify the identity of the person claiming to own the credit card. The system will check the billing address of the credit card provided by the user with the address on file at the credit card company. Tons of sites use this now, especially in the USA.

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