Generating TRACK 1 Data For Credit Cards (DUMPS)
GENERATING TRACK 1 DATA FOR CREDIT CARDS
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The track 1 of every CC is different… some may be similar, but it is very hard (not impossible) to calculate without an original track 1. Having a proper track1 is essential to carding. The discretionary data of track1, the placement of the 0’s, placement of the CVV/PVV, all of this is extremely important.
Here we have a chase dump that only has track2:
Here was have a chase dump that has track2 and 1:
You can definitely see the resemblances, the number 313 is the only difference in both these tracks, and they are the sale length. With this type, you can just change the digits in the tracks. In the end you should have something like this
If this dump does not region lock, and it is approved, you will have a successful transaction!
Here are some examples of major bank track1’s to help you out
AMEX (very simple, tr2 end is exactly like tr1 end) (DISCOVER is also this way)
B371719722632008^SIMPSON/PAULINE R ^1408110179663
FIA CARD SERVICES
All of these banks have the same format, some chase cards have a little twist to the discretionary data, but if you use your head and arn’t an idiot, you can probably figure it out. Don’t listen to anyone that says just add six zeros onto the end, and that you have to add eight zeros to the left of the CVV. This is never accurate.
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