In this tutorial, I will teach you the terms “carding”, “scamming”, “cvv2″, etc. I’ll also tell some tricks for sites such as ebay.com, ebay.co.uk, actually just eBay let’s start with explaining the term
“CARDING” Chapter 1: Introduction and Tips.
Carding, or scamming as other people would say, is an art. It’s basically ordering items from the Net (cellphones, laptops, PDA’s, TVs,……) without actually
paying for it. or at least, not paying with your own money
Now you’ll all be wondering how we do this stuff.
Well, most sites accept credit cards as a payment form. These credit cards can be obtained from mIRC or from public forums, which I won’t display here
due to security reasons.
For the dummies: a credit card is a 16 digit number that can be used to pay, some sort of bank card. There are different types of credit cards :
American Express (AMEX)
When you obtain a credit card, you have to recognize the type.
A card starting with a 4 is a Visa, with a 5 is a Mastercard, with a 3 (15 digits long) is an Amex, with a 6 is Discover/JCB.
Some sites might ask for a CVV2, this is the tree digit verification code on the back of the card. Mostly this is also posted on the forum or mIRC channel.
Note: Amex has a 4 digit verification code, and for discover, 000 can be used. Now there are some tips and tricks when you want to order something.
* Look for a site with a shitty layout, they’ll probably have shitty security and are “cardable” (this means you can easily get stuff from the site )
* Try to use Discover or Amex, these cards are less involved with chargebacks, etc and most merchants (payment processors) won’t verify these cards, instead of visa and MasterCard, which have a lot of chargebacks.
* Don’t use a store in your own country, especially not big ones. Ebay.co.uk is one of the best cardable sites if you have the right techniques..
When ordering, sites will ask for a billing address and a shipping address.
The billing address is the address listed on the credit card, the shipping address is your address or a drop address, a so-called “delivery address”.
As you might have noticed, I often mentioned eBay as a site to buy goods from.
But eBay doesn’t use an instant paying service, they offer online paying services such as Paypal and Auctionpayments.com.
These sites gladly accept all types of credit cards, from all over the world.
As you will probably know, ebay.com is an online auction site where goods can be sold and bought by people over the world. This site is one of the most visited shopping sites, because of its large variety of goods and prices, which can be lower than store prices.
Now the question is: how to contact the seller and arrange the fraudulent deal.
Well, to contact the seller you will need an eBay buyer account. This means you have to register yourself at www.ebay.com, and do NOT use your real information, because they will ask you to provide a credit card and that one has to match with the address on the card, so just use the cardholder’s info.
Also use a valid email address, yahoo or Hotmail one for example, because you have to confirm your registration, and also the seller(s) will reply to you on that email address.
If you see an item and you want to buy it, first ask the seller a question. A question which will work well is the following one :
I am from the USA and I am interested in purchasing this item from you. I would like to pay for this item with my PayPal
But the item is a gift for my cousin in Belgium can you gift wrap the package and calculate shipping costs for 2-3 days delivery? please reply to me with the total price and your PayPal address.
With this message, I received a lot of items, including cellphones, a PDA, shoes, a laptop, software, etc. Paypal
Now I will (finally) explain the meaning of the word Paypal.
Paypal.com is an online payment method, which is used by a lot of ebayers, and can be funded by bank transfers or credit cards (woohoo)
All you need for this is a USA cvv2 (see chapter 1) and a valid email address. Visit www.paypal.com & click on Register/Sign up.
Fill in the form with the credit card info (name, address, city, state, zip code, country, etc) and the email address you are using for eBay.
At the bottom of the page, they will ask you to pick 2 security questions and give an answer to those questions, in case you forget your password.
Pick any random question and fill it in with random info, PayPal cannot verify it. After you have signed up, go to your email inbox & click on the PayPal email.
Inside you will find a link which you’ll have to click in order to confirm the registration. You’ll visit a page that will ask you to confirm your PayPal password.
Fill it in, click on submit, and PayPal will ask you to add a bank account. We aren’t interested in this, so click on Skip.
Then you’ll see your account overview. In the left menu, click on Add a Credit Card.
On that page, it’ll ask you the cardholder’s name, the cc number, type of credit card (see chapter 1), the expiry date, and the Cvv2 (CFR. Chapter 1)
If all information is valid, click on Submit and hopefully you’ll get a message saying: you have successfully added a credit card. Blablablaa…….
If you are unlucky, you’ll get one of the following errors :
* This credit card has already been assigned to another PayPal account, please use a different card. (no explanation needed)
* You have entered an invalid or partial credit card number (cc number is incorrect)
* Your card has been declined because we could not verify the 3-4 digit code on the back of your card. (cvv2 is invalid)
* This card has been declined by your bank issuer. (card is invalid)
After you have successfully added a card, look in your email inbox for some replies from sellers which will contain a full price for the item.
Go to your PayPal account, click on Send Money. Fill in the recipient (seller’s PayPal email) , the amount, and pick Auction Goods (non-Ebay)
on the next page create an item number (10 digits maximum), and a buyer ID (johndoe4852 for example). As auction site, select Other.
Then click on Continue, it’ll bring you to a new screen to confirm the information you entered. As a funding source, you’ll see that the credit card is selected.
At the bottom, you‘ll see that PayPal automatically selects the credit card address as the shipping address. Leave this indicated like this, it’ll give the transaction a very legit look.
Then click on Confirm and hope for the best. If your purchase was successful, you’ll get a message saying you’ve sent cash or you paid for an online auction.
Then return to your PayPal account & Log Out. Go to your inbox, tell the seller the money has been sent and provide the shipping address in the email.
Also, ask him to mail you back once the package is shipped.
If everything is ok, you should have the package in 1 week (including the weekend and holidays).
After a while, the seller might mail you to tell you the payment has been reversed and asking you to send it again.
Simply ignore these emails by marking them as spam.