Card Number and different Card Security Codes From alphabanklogs Carders

Card Number and different Card Security Codes From alphabanklogs Carders

Card Number and different Card

Hello carders!I hope you’re all safe and ready to learn some more things.I written about cashing out cvv the I saw that I didn’t say what are cvv.So here we are.Lets us understand today what is the structure of a card number ant what is a cvv.

First we can talk about the card number.It is the number embossed on the credit/debit card.If you didn’t know the card number is the primary account number and contains lot of information about the bank that issued the card,which type of card it is and some costumer info.Lets take down here an example of credit card number.Say 4862362667787439

486236 266778743 9
( BIN) (Account) (Check digit)
The first 6 digits, written up with red color are the IIN or BIN,and stands IIN-Issuer Identification Number and BIN Bank Identification Number.This IIN/BIN will give you all the information about the bank that issued the card,the type of card (Visa ,Mastercard,Discover,Diner’s Club and so on),which founding is related with the card (mean if is a debit or a credit card).With some available site you can check the BIN’s and know lot of information about the card.

I use to check my Visa or Mastercard cards.This site is FREE and works only for Visa Or Mastercard but I recomand you to use only Visa and MasterCard if you are a beginner in carding as their security system is not so strong and they almost always give good work.When I typed the BIN on the search box from the site the full Issuer info came.For this example we toke the site say that
BIN 486236 is a Visa Card

Issued by Capital One Bank
Issuer phone number is 800-903-3637 or 804-934-2001
Issuer country is United States
Founding type(credit/debit/prepaid) is CREDIT
Card type(classic/gold/etc) is PLATINUM
The next 9 digits,written up with blue color are the Individual Account Identifier and are related with your private account.

The last digit of the card number written up with black is the check digit,it is calculated with Luhn Algorithm.
When you are carding ,to know this general info about card numbers is important.If a seller provide you with a cvv or dump you can check the BIN with the site i gave up .I mean this and know which bank issued that card.

The first digits from the card number also will tell you which kind of card you have.Here are the first digits and the type of card they stand for
34,37 are for American Express cards.then The length of card number is 15 digits
300-3005 are for Diner’s Club Carte Blanche.then The length of card number is 14 digits
36 for Diner’s Club International.The length of card number is 14 digits
54,55 for Diner’s Club US and Canada.The length of card number 16 digits

6011,622126-622925,644-649,65 for Discover Card.Length of card number 16 digits
35018,5020,5038,6304,6759,6761-676 for Maestro.Length of card number 12-19 digits
51-55 for Mastercard.The length of card number is 16 digits
4 is for Visa.The length of card is 16 digits
!4026,417500,4508,4844,4913,4197 for Visa Electron and length of card number 16 digits

Basically this is what the card number (the number embossed on the card tells you).

Now about CVV!In fact the CVV is the Code Verification Value .
You can find the CVV of a Visa or Mastercard card by looking on the back of the card.The CVV are the last three printed or embossed digits from the signature strip in the back of the card.For the American Express cards,Card Security Code or CSC is printed on front of the card and is the last four digits.I toke for example a pictures that i don’t own from google images.


The Card Verification Code is sometime called different but is the same code .Here you have some short form for the verification codes

CSC -Card Security Code
CVV/CV2 -Card Verification Value
CVVC -Card Veridication Value Code
CVC -Card Verification Code
V-Code -Verification Code
CCV -Card Code Verification

This verification codes are made for the secure “card NOT present” transaction.also It is necessary for carders which use online system as shopping or in any other kind of transaction via mail,fax or telephone.

To be honest I considerate this security method a lose of time !
Now,when a vendor offer to sell you a CVV he not mean that is selling the 3 (4 for Amex) digits from the back (front for Amex) of the card but a complete information that is required for use a credit card online.A CVV that you can buy from a vendor should look like this (sample not real,don’t try to work it!)


4862362667787439 | 693 | 07/21 | samuel thomas | 10566 parkington lane |
highlands ranch | Colorado | United States | 80126 | 7203140318 |
4862362667787439 is the 16 digit Credit Card Number
693 is CVV
07/12 is Expire Date
Samuel Thomas is the name on card
10566 Parkington lane is the address
Highlands Ranch is the city
Colorado is the state
United States is the country
80126 is the Zip

7203140318 is the phone number but this and also the e-mail address is not always included in the CVV.

For know if the CVV that you will buy have the phone number and also mail address you must ask you provider.

The fullz or full info are also available to buy and they include other important information about the real card holder that some sites may require as social number,mother middle name,birth day of card real holder.

Now maybe you will ask me why this information about cards are necessary to know for the carders.Well they are,because if you intend to get some money from this business you must know as much as possible.This also may help you to face easy a carding phone call.Imagine how will be if you will try to carding via phone call and you won’t be able to answer a simple question as “Sir,please can you tell me which card you hold?”

Knowing what a BIN is you will be able to verify with the FREE site the bank that issued the card,if is credit or debit card and all the information you will need for make the phone call and transaction to look authentic and finally to get the goods you was looking for.
Good luck guys.Stay safe and I’ll see you next time!

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