This post is directed at all newcomers who are looking to make money relatively quickly (and possibly a great deal of it) by defrauding banks and the insurance companies they use to protect their money and their clients. The cant for such on sites like this is known as carding. And, like everything, there are right ways of carding, and there are [definite] wrong ways. The right way is accomplishing such by not getting caught, and preferably as efficiently as possible. I imagine not much needs be said about the wrong ways...
Some of the problems you will run into as a newcomer are:
- Obsolete guides. Several obsolete and often free guides can be found all over the dark net, many of which purport effective carding methods. As the old saying goes, if it's too good to be true, it probably is. Other such guides are so poorly written that they may as well be in another language, at times. Then there are those that simply don't work. Of course, if one were to read through enough of anyone's trash they'd no doubt eventually piece together information of some value, but most of us would just assume try our hand at something more promising.
- Scams. Many newcomers approach or are approached by users who appear to be knowledgeable or experienced in carding but who, in actuality, merely prey on the ignorance of, if you are reading such with any intent, people just like you. Scams often happen because the self-aggrandizing scammer refuses escrow services. Escrow services, in case you don't know, are merely a site's way of protecting its users. Amazon, for example, will refund a seller and a buyer if both the seller and the buyer follow its rules yet for whatever reason don't get their product or respective money. For example, if you as a buyer purchase a new iPhone on Amazon by sending the funds through Amazon, yet the phone never arrives as promised by the seller, Amazon will refund you your money, provided that you followed its rules. Also, sites like Amazon use star ratings next to each user specifically so that the buyer has a good idea of how trustworthy the seller is. The more sales and the more positive feedback a seller has, the more probable any particular future sale will be executed with the right intentions and as advertised. On the dark net, the very same markets exist and they too protect both the buyer and the seller. Yet, because so many newcomers don't know what escrow is as well as how consequential it is, they get scammed thinking that they have to send their money without escrow and wait for their product. Sadly though, the product never comes and the expert disappears.
- A bad attitude. Many newcomers are treated really rudely, regardless of the industry or pastime. It seems to be a result of our social nature; an innate implementing of hierarchy maybe. Still, because said rudeness can be severe enough, some of us are wrongly convinced that we can't break into the scene or that we have to be computer experts to make any money via such means. Mostly, it's not that you have to be an expert but that people are exploiting knowledge. As good old Benny said, Despair ruins some, presumption many.
Even if you aren't a newcomer, and would like to make some [serious] money, simply send me a pm or respond here with your email, and I will put you in touch with an expert and mentor who has more than ten years (!) carding experience and who has made more than 200K selling only his course.
If you don't trust the link provided with this description and think it could be some phishing attempt, no problem. I'll not send you to any links. Instead, I will tell you how and where you can find said course and said mentor such that if you decide, you can seek him out yourself.
Like all good things, here too you will need to invest, but that investment will be protected by escrow. After you make it, you will receive a five-day course on how to card. From A, to Z: The security requirements, how to remain anonymous, how [not] to get caught, several ways of cashing out, as well as cleaning the money once you've got it, a number of very reliable contacts, and two free months of FraudFox and troubleshooting on FraudFox's Palantir forum. Fraudfox costs nearly a grand in and of itself and is a browser designed specifically for defrauding the Internet, so with that alone you make a good investment. You'll also be introduced to a network of carding, plus you'll receive a week's worth of material to peruse so as to master your new skill. The mentor will work with you on a daily basis, from Monday to Friday, and will answer any questions you have. After you see that the course is the real deal, you will be more than happy to release the funds and leave your feedback. In my mentor's experience, the most a student has made in their first month was thirty-two thousand dollars. One month: 32k. :)
Simply send me a private message and you'll be on your way. I log in once every day or two, so if you don't get a message back from me right away, don't worry, you will.
Have a nice day,