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Credit Carding made easy




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   INTRODUCTION: 
     This is an attempt to tutor individuals lacking in the knowledge 
 of how to get items from stores without actually paying for them and 
 not having to show up in person.  Instead, charge them to someone 
 elses credit card (also known as 'CC') account.  This process is 
 known as 'credit carding' or just 'carding' amongst people in that 
 field of acquiring goods. 
 
 STEP I: 
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   ACQUIRING CREDIT CARD INFORMATION: 
     The first and foremost thing to do is acquire CC information. 
 The things that are necessary are:  name of the card holder, 
 expiration date, account number, and the CC type. (that is: Visa, 
 American Express, MasterCard, etc.) 
 
   WHAT TO LOOK FOR: 
     In order to get these important bits of information, you would 
 have to know where to look.  The cards themselves have all of this 
 information right on them.  However, an easier and better place to 
 find these things is on the carbons that stores use to put the info. 
 on the different sheets to give to The CC company, themselves or 
 their bookkeeper, and 3:the customer himself.  On these carbons, it 
 should be pretty obvious as to which is which. 
 
   HOW-TO GET CARBONS: 
     The best way to get the carbons is by rooting through the trash 
 cans (or dumpster(s)) of a store.  This process is known as 
 'trashing'.  The best places to trash depends on the time of the 
 year in which you are looking for the carbons.  For instance, during 
 the Christmas season: toy stores, during major season (temperature) 
 changes: clothing stores, etc.  Basically, go wherever there is the 
 largest buying attraction during that period of time.  Whenever, 
 there is no major buying attraction, try independant clothing stores 
 or department stores. 
 
   TRASHING CLOTHES: 
     I suggest that you wear some really grubby, old, etc. clothing 
 when you go trashing, because you never know what some of these 
 stores are gonna throw away.  If you are kinda sqeemish, wear rubber 
 gloves and those pant covers that farmers use, I am not shure what 
 they are called, but they're made of rubber and will keep the 
 nasties away from you when you go trashing. 
 
   CARBONS: 
     After you have gotten a considerable number (30 - 500) of 
 carbons, you need to identify the proper pa2th of the carbon. The 
 important parts of the carbon will look like Diagram 1 does. 
 
              AL       D i a g r a m   1 
 +---------------------------------------------------------M-+ 
 |  Account Number  exp date(1)                               | 
 |  exp date(2)     exp date(3)                               | 
 |  Card holder's name                                        | 
 |                                                            | 
 |                                                            | 
 |                                                            | 
 |                                                            | 
 |                                                            | 
 +------------------------------------------------------------+ 
 
   CARD HOLDER'S NAME:  (SEE DIAG. 1) 
     The card holder's name should be quite clear on all carbons 
 that you find in the same place as on diagram one.  If it is not 
 there, it should be easy to distinguish from any other information 
 on the carbon. 
 
   EXP. DATES:  (SEE DIAG. 1) 
     The expiration dates can be in two forms.  The forms are 
 thus:  XX/XX THRU XX/XX which would be found on exp date(2) and 
 is used on American Express cards, and XX-XX which is found in 
 either exp date(1) or exp date(3) and is for either VISA or 
 MasterCard. 
 
    ACCOUNT NUMBER: (SEE DIAG. 1) 
      Account numbers are generally found in the top, left-hand 
 corner of the carbon.  They can be found in other places, but that 
 is the most common. 
 
    CARD TYPE: 
      The formats of account numbers are quite varied between CC 
 companies. Diagram 2 shows which major card types use which 
 formats. You can use diagram two, or a reasonable facsimile, for 
 identification of CC types on your carbons.  If the number is not 
 of any of these formats, discard that carbon, for it'd not be of a 
 majorly accepted gender. 
 
                          D i a g r a m   2 
           +----------------------=----------------------+ 
           | CC type              | Format of the act. # | 
           +----------------------=----------------------+ 
           | American Express     | XXXX XXXXXX XXXXX    | 
           | MasterCard           | XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX  | 
           | Revolv-a-charge      | NXXN XXXX NXXXXX X   | 
           | Visa                 | XXXX XXX XXX XXX     | 
           +----------------------=----------------------+ 
                                    X represents a number 
                                    N represents a letter 
 
 STEP II: 
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    THE DROP SPOT: 
      Before you order your merchandise, you must figure out a place 
 to send the merchandise.  You do ** NOT **  want the store from 
 which you shop, the card holder, or the CC company to know where you 
 really live. 
 
    QUALIFICATIONS: 
      In order for a house to qualify as an inconspicuous drop spot, 
 it must meet several requirements.  It must look like a place where 
 people could really live and be getting things sent through UPS to 
 them.  It must be a place that the owners will not 'visit' too 
 regularly.  It may have a 'FOR SALE' sign in front of it, but it is 
 better if it doesn't.  And most important of all, it must be a place 
 that you can check up on often. Make sure you WRITE DOWN the address 
 in a place where you will NOT forget it and where it will be readily 
 accessible when you are ordering merchandise. (SEE STEP III) 
 
 STEP III: 
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    ORDERING MERCHANDISE: 
      If you have a catalog or something that you are ordering from, 
 then follow the directions given in the book for making phone 
 orders.  Make sure the address given is the drop spot's address, 
 and NOT yours.  If your voice doesn't sound mature enough to be an 
 adults, the order-taker might be suspicious.  There are two ways to 
 solve this.  The first is to tell the order taker that you are 
 doing this for your parents 'cause they are too busy to order it, 
 so they made you do it.  This is risky.  The second and better one 
 is to have someone else order it (WHILE YOU WATCH HIM/HER!) for 
 you.  The person that does this should be VERY trustworthy. Be sure 
 to know the expected time of delivery. (SEE STEP IV) 
 
 STEP IV: 
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     THE PICK-UP: 
       You should leave a little note inside the front door or 
 hanging in some place that even the dumbest UPS driver could see. 
 This note should be typed or printed and give directions as to 
 where to leave the package(s).  Things like the back porch or under 
 a tarpaulin or in a box on the front porch usually work best.  And 
 say something to the effect of each family member working and that 
 you have a tight schedule and anything other than leaving it where 
 mentioned would be very inconvenient for you.  You then approach 
 the building every other night starting the day after the expected 
 delivery to get your 'present'. 
 
  ALL OF THE INFORMATION IN THIS TUTORIAL IS ONLY FOR YOUR PERSONAL 
  KNOWLEDGE.  IF YOU USE ANY OF THIS INFORMATION IN THE PROCESS OF 
  CARDING, THE CONSEQUENCES ARE YOURS AND YOURS ALONE TO PAY.
 
- David
        Call The Dark Tower BBS at  (314)  487-8623
 
 
 
 
 
 
FROM TARAN KING AT METAL SHOP (314)432-0756
 
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