Hi guys! If you seriously decide to change your life and begin to engage in carding, then you need to learn a lot of carding of words and terms.
I gathered for you the basic words and abbreviations in carding. This is a carding tutorial for beginners.
AmericanExpress (AmEx) - international payment system, the card number starts with 34 or 37 and consists of 15 digits.
Authorization - is an approval from a card issuer, usually through a credit card processor, that the customer has sufficient funds
to cover the cost of the transaction. It can also refer to the procedure of acquiring that authorization from the issuer.
AVS (Address Verification Service) - is a service to combat fraudulent activity for non-face-to-face transactions by cross-referencing
the cardholder’s address information with the card issuer’s records.AVS is widely supported by Visa, MasterCard and American Express in the USA,
Canada and United Kingdom.
BG (Background report) - Information about the person. The report contains: criminal records, residence, telephones and other personal data.
BIN (Bank Identification Number) - the first 6 digits of bank card numbers that determine the issued bank card and its type
(classic, gold, etc.). Which bank and which country issued this card.
Card holder - is a holder of a bank card, an individual or a legal entity.
Card number - a unique number of digits applied to the card as a result of embossing, as well as being written to the memory on
a magnetic strip or in a microcircuit.
Card reader - is a device for reading a magnetic strip of a bank card. Carder - is a person who uses information from someone
else's bank card to receive money.
Carding - is the receipt of money, thanks to the use of information from someone else's bank card.
Chargeback - recall by the bank (cardholder) of a payment in respect of which there are doubts.
CR (Credit report) - a report that indicates the current status / credit status of a person.
Credit card - is a bank payment card intended for performing transactions, settlements on which are carried out exclusively at
the expense of funds provided by the bank to the client within the established limit in accordance with the terms of the loan agreement
Cryptocurrency - is a digital currency that is protected by cryptographic technology. For today it is the safest and anonymous
way of calculation on the Internet. MeccaDumps take care of their customers. We want every client to be safe, so we accept only cryptocurrency
for payment. You can automatically buy dumps and CC online with Bitcoin (BTC), Litecoin (LTC), Dash (DSH), Bitcoin Cash (BCH). Today, there
are many other cryptocurrency, but we only use trusted and reliable cryptocurrency.
CVV (Card verification value) - the verification value, for the card number, is in the dump.
CVV2 - additional security code, is on the back of the card, usually consists of 3 digits.
Debit card - is a bank payment card used to pay for goods and services, to receive cash from ATMs. Such a card allows you to dispose
of funds only within the available balance on the personal account (the current account is settled) to which it is tied. The function of debit
cards is mainly to replace paper money in circulation and carry out non-cash payments by the customer's own funds.
DL (driver license) - driver's license
DOB (Date of Birth) – Used to bypass some security measures.
Drop - a person who takes (consciously or unconsciously) a dirty part of the work. Accepts money transfers, provides an account
for conducting transactions by other people, etc.
Dump - information from the magnetic strip of the bank card. Used for recording on plastic for later use
Embosser - a device for extruding characters (for example card number) on a plastic.
Enroll - obtaining online access to a credit card. Enroll is done with FULLZ CC. Carders use enroll to change the address of
the Card holder, to bind the card to payment systems, etc.
Expiration date (exp. Date) - the expiration date of the card, is on the card itself and in the dump.
Fullz (Full CC) - This is a credit card with additional information. Usually SSN, DOB sometimes MMN.
Hologram - a holographic sticker applied by pressing it under a high temperature into a card. The hologram serves as an additional
degree of protection against handicrafts and is an obligatory attribute of bank cards.
Internet carding - the use of data from someone else's bank card to carry out all kinds of transactions on the Internet, in order to
IP -Internet address consists of four numbers separated by a dot, each of which can be from 0 to 255. Determines the location of the user.
Issuing bank - the bank that issued the bank card.
Laminator - a device for covering bank cards with a protective film. MasterCard - is an international payment system, the card numbers
begin with 5.
MCSC (MASTERCARD SECURITY CODE) - Additional verification process. Similar to the VBV check . There are different types of
authentication used, most notably would be a password, date of birth, social security number, or mothers maiden name.
Merchant (merchant account) - is the ability to accept payments on your site from customers who are calculated by cards for goods
or services. Money written off from the card (debit or credit) is transferred to the bank account of the seller through the processing center.
MMN (Mothers Maiden Name) – Comes in handy when bypassing security measures on VBV/MCSC.
MSR (Magnetic Stripe Reader/Writer) - Used in the carding scene for writing dumps (and drivers license, student ID) info to blank
cards or giftcards
PAN - bank card number, often 16-digit.
PIN-code - a code used for authorization, with which you can perform operations with a bank card, for example: cash withdrawal.
POS-terminal - is an electronic device that allows you to read information from a magnetic stripe or chip card and communicate with
the bank for authorization for the purpose of performing a transaction on a bank card. Prepaid card - fundamentally different from bank debit
cards, where the value is stored on a separate deposit for each card from the issuer, while for the prepaid card, cash or other funds are recorded
on a special consolidated account. Prepaid card is predominantly anonymous, while bank debit cards are issued in the name of a specific holder.
RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) - is a protocol that allows you to access remote computers without direct contact with them. The user
will be able to see all the files, run applications and perform all other tasks, as if being in close proximity to his computer.
Real carding - the use of information from someone else's bank card in real stores. As a rule, dumps written on plastic are used for this.
Smart card - is a bank card with a chip, a credit card with an integrated microprocessor, which has a high level of protection and
the ability to conduct multicurrency calculations.
SSN (social security number) - a number that is given to every citizen of the United States for convenient taxation and tracking of
Sоcks (Sоcks-proxy) - the server of the intermediary between your computer and the final site, is used to hide the IP.
Tipper - a device for coloring embossed symbols on a credit card
Track - one of the tracks on the magnetic strip of the bank card, in the form of a text file. A total of 3 of them on the
magnetic stripe of a bank card
Transaction - a banking transaction consisting in the transfer of funds from one account to another.
Valid date - the number printed on the bank card, from which the card becomes valid.
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.
VCC (virtual credit card) - virtual card is very similar to an ordinary credit card. The name, 16-digit card number, expiration date
and security code are used to make purchases online. Only you can set a balance for each card, which means that if the card is stolen (virtual),
then the card amount will be lost, and not all money from the real card. On such cards there is usually no chargeback. This is very important
in our business
VPN (Virtual Private Network) - the technology of organization in a network with the transfer of packets of a protected dedicated
communication channel. VPN hides your IP and makes your internet connection secure. Internet provider does not see what you are doing on
the network. Always use a VPN in this business. I advise you to use OpenVPN as it is more secure
Wire (Wire transfer) - bank transfer.