Contributed by Mark.
Have you ever seen credit card marketplaces on deep web? Of course you have! But all of them are fake scam sites, yeah? Basically that’s right, but believe it or not, there are some legit sites too. I spent 3 months researching and got a lot interesting information that I wanted to share with you.
How does credit card fraud works?
There are multiple ways for getting the cards. Most known way is stealing card data with card skimmer and recording card PIN with some “spy”camera. Card vendor inserts card data trough specific programs on card chip or stripe. Less known way is to partnership with card owner and sell working card duplicate to client. Because it happened due bank security breach, bank refunds money to card owner and everybody gets profit. Yet, there are still many other ways for card fraud.
Online or offline?
Cards doesn’t only exist in real world, you can see them at web too. You can use numbers on your card to order anything from web. Still, I chose to research more about using real cards in ATMs, shops and etc, because it seems safer and more foolproof. There are many legit guys who sell credit card data, but it’s risky to use that data. Remember, in web, everything is traceable.
How to distinguish between scammer and real vendor?
It’s not going to be easy. There are bunch of scammers per one real vendor and it’s not easy to recognise who’s who. I made a list of tips you can follow on the way looking for card vendors. These tips are relative and may not always be true.
• Nobody sells 100$ for 1$, that’s not real.
• Real vendors doesn’t have to advertise themselves because if their service works, there are already more clients than vendor needs. Too much attention can also attract authorities.
• If vendor has own website, look for source code. If feedback page seems to be faked and not working, keep searching.
• Don’t buy from vendors who are looking for your attention and want to lure your money.
• Real vendors have clients and they might have even some waitlists, in credit card fraud business there are no such thing as “The customer is the king”.
• Use Google
About 5 months ago I bought credit card from random vendor on website advertised in Hidden wiki and got scammed.
Lost about 190$ and I wanted to get that money back as soon as possible. From that moment I saw every vendor as scammer, but still wanted to find some real vendors. 2 months after getting scammed, I had enough money to start my experiment and research.
After searching I managed to get into one forum. Rules were strict but I learned about schemes what some of them are using, unbelievable. I felt like in heaven, their schemes were so complex, I couldn’t even fully understand them.
But there were no links to any of vendors. I had to keep digging. After several days I found a guy who had been using cards to „double“ his money. He gave me some contacts, where I can find legit trustworthy card sellers. Some of them had a pretty nice website, some of them had only e-mail and list of cards in stock.
They all confessed why they haven’t been advertising –they are involved in money laundering and other criminal activities. They just wanted to keep quiet. So, after contacting them, I had to buy. Three legit shops, one of them was out of stock, two of them still got some cards to sell. I risked with all the money I had.
Waiting was painful, after the first one arriving I calmed down. I got card with 1,6x more money on it than I invested. I was very calmed and even forgot about the other card I had ordered. Luckily that one arrived too, I had made 1,75x money with another one.
So I had to convince legit card sellers to let me advertise their shops or my research have no point. Two of them agreed but they mentioned that there are not much cards left and sometimes buyers must wait 2-3 weeks for restock.
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