This site does not support carding, hacking or any Fraudulent activities. This article is for educational purposes only. It aims to point out how hackers and carders often go undetected and steal your personal information so as to open financial accounts in your name. Although the fraudulent steps discussed may work in real life, Security Cavern warns you against any fraudulent behavior as it is against the law.
The best Charging Schedule
Here is the way I suggest you go about making your charges on your Stripe accounts once they get rolling.
– First charge, make it about $80 to $100. Ideally you would make a clean charge and let it transfer on to 2 day rolling before making dirty charges, but not everyone has that ability. So keep the first charge in this $80 to $100 area so that the charge is low enough to maybe fly under the radar to the cardholder.
-Wait 3 or 4 days after making the first charge and make another one for a similar amount or you can go up to $150 if you like. This is getting your Stripe account aged and you are setting the stage.
-At this point in time you should be a few days from your first deposit so just wait until you get that deposit before doing any more charges.
-Once you get the first deposit you should charge your Stripe 4 or 5 different times during the first week. You can play with different amounts too. So for example, make a $289 charge, wait a day, charge $216, next day charge $371, wait a day, charge $263. Then lay off for the next day or two before doing anything else.
-Each week that goes by keep randomly charging like that and just see how high you can go on your charges. You’ll eventually get a comfort level and find a zone you like to work within. Expect each set up to last about 3 or so weeks assuming everything goes smooth for you. You can make a shit load of money within those 3 weeks so don’t get too greedy and just play it smooth. Eventually though once you get good at carding, you’ll get addicted to it and keep wanting to card more and more!
The above example is for eCommerce type of set up. When you are carding the Unity aid pages, you need to aim a little smaller just because of the type of operation it is.
Alright, this concludes the carding section of the training and is the last portion of my foundations training. You still have a few more big lessons to go through before you have completed the full Bank Predator Fraud Training Manual so get ready for some more awesome knowledge in the coming Blogs.