Generating TRACK 1 Data For Credit Cards (DUMPS)

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GENERATING TRACK 1 DATA FOR CREDIT CARDS

By Novelty Temps


WARNING! IF YOU ARE NEW TO CARDING OR IF YOU'RE NOT VERY SMART, DO NOT ATTEMPT THIS YOURSELF. THE LAST THING WE WANT IS YOU FUCKING UP THINGS FOR THE REST OF US. DO YOURSELF A FAVOR AND CONSULT A PROFESSIONAL, THERE'S PLENTY ON OUR FORUM (L33T.SU). ASK SOMEONE!



The track 1 of every CC is different... some may be similar, but it is very hard (not impossible) to calculate without an original track 1. Having a proper track1 is essential to carding. The discretionary data of track1, the placement of the 0's, placement of the CVV/PVV, all of this is extremely important.



Here we have a chase dump that only has track2:

4266902030265421=120810110000612

Here was have a chase dump that has track2 and 1:

B4388576040860665^ANDREWS/EVELYN A^1305101100001100000000313000000
4388576040860665=13051010000313

You can definately see the resemblances, the number 313 is the only difference in both these tracks, and they are the sale length. With this type, you can just change the digits in the tracks. In the end you should have something like this

B4266902030265421^SMITH/JEFF^1208101100001100000000612000000
4266902030265421=12081010000612

If this dump does not region lock, and it is approved, you will have a successful transaction!

Here are some examples of major bank track1's to help you out

CITIBANK
5424181006189794=1212101096020671
5424181006189794=121210100000009602000000671000000

CHASE
4266906781994095^TETREAULT/DEVIN^1510101100001100000000868000000
4266906781994095=151010110000868

CAPITAL ONE
B4802138937535121^HEMOND/JEFFREY^1308101000000000010306875000000
4802138937535121=130810110306875

AMEX (very simple, tr2 end is exactly like tr1 end) (DISCOVER is also this way)
B371719722632008^SIMPSON/PAULINE R ^1408110179663
371719722632008=1408110179663

FIA CARD SERVICES
5490994810942255=1212101000001920010000
5490994810942255^TRUMP/YVONNE^12121010000000000000000000000000192001000

All of these banks have the same format, some chase cards have a little twist to the discretionary data, but if you use your head and arn't an idiot, you can probably figure it out. Don't listen to anyone that says just add six zeros onto the end, and that you have to add eight zeros to the left of the CVV. This is never accurate.
 

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You are very cool teatcher!!!!
thank so lot !!!
 

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GENERATING TRACK 1 DATA FOR CREDIT CARDS

By Novelty Temps


WARNING! IF YOU ARE NEW TO CARDING OR IF YOU'RE NOT VERY SMART, DO NOT ATTEMPT THIS YOURSELF. THE LAST THING WE WANT IS YOU FUCKING UP THINGS FOR THE REST OF US. DO YOURSELF A FAVOR AND CONSULT A PROFESSIONAL, THERE'S PLENTY ON OUR FORUM (L33T.SU). ASK SOMEONE!



The track 1 of every CC is different... some may be similar, but it is very hard (not impossible) to calculate without an original track 1. Having a proper track1 is essential to carding. The discretionary data of track1, the placement of the 0's, placement of the CVV/PVV, all of this is extremely important.



Here we have a chase dump that only has track2:

4266902030265421=120810110000612

Here was have a chase dump that has track2 and 1:

B4388576040860665^ANDREWS/EVELYN A^1305101100001100000000313000000
4388576040860665=13051010000313

You can definately see the resemblances, the number 313 is the only difference in both these tracks, and they are the sale length. With this type, you can just change the digits in the tracks. In the end you should have something like this

B4266902030265421^SMITH/JEFF^1208101100001100000000612000000
4266902030265421=12081010000612

If this dump does not region lock, and it is approved, you will have a successful transaction!

Here are some examples of major bank track1's to help you out

CITIBANK
5424181006189794=1212101096020671
5424181006189794=121210100000009602000000671000000

CHASE
4266906781994095^TETREAULT/DEVIN^1510101100001100000000868000000
4266906781994095=151010110000868

CAPITAL ONE
B4802138937535121^HEMOND/JEFFREY^1308101000000000010306875000000
4802138937535121=130810110306875

AMEX (very simple, tr2 end is exactly like tr1 end) (DISCOVER is also this way)
B371719722632008^SIMPSON/PAULINE R ^1408110179663
371719722632008=1408110179663

FIA CARD SERVICES
5490994810942255=1212101000001920010000
5490994810942255^TRUMP/YVONNE^12121010000000000000000000000000192001000

All of these banks have the same format, some chase cards have a little twist to the discretionary data, but if you use your head and arn't an idiot, you can probably figure it out. Don't listen to anyone that says just add six zeros onto the end, and that you have to add eight zeros to the left of the CVV. This is never accurate.
hi there can u give an example of how u get track 2 from track 1 i swipe a card it only shows track 1 not 2 y is that contct [email protected]
 

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GENERATING TRACK 1 DATA FOR CREDIT CARDS

By Novelty Temps


WARNING! IF YOU ARE NEW TO CARDING OR IF YOU'RE NOT VERY SMART, DO NOT ATTEMPT THIS YOURSELF. THE LAST THING WE WANT IS YOU FUCKING UP THINGS FOR THE REST OF US. DO YOURSELF A FAVOR AND CONSULT A PROFESSIONAL, THERE'S PLENTY ON OUR FORUM (L33T.SU). ASK SOMEONE!



The track 1 of every CC is different... some may be similar, but it is very hard (not impossible) to calculate without an original track 1. Having a proper track1 is essential to carding. The discretionary data of track1, the placement of the 0's, placement of the CVV/PVV, all of this is extremely important.



Here we have a chase dump that only has track2:

4266902030265421=120810110000612

Here was have a chase dump that has track2 and 1:

B4388576040860665^ANDREWS/EVELYN A^1305101100001100000000313000000
4388576040860665=13051010000313

You can definately see the resemblances, the number 313 is the only difference in both these tracks, and they are the sale length. With this type, you can just change the digits in the tracks. In the end you should have something like this

B4266902030265421^SMITH/JEFF^1208101100001100000000612000000
4266902030265421=12081010000612

If this dump does not region lock, and it is approved, you will have a successful transaction!

Here are some examples of major bank track1's to help you out

CITIBANK
5424181006189794=1212101096020671
5424181006189794=121210100000009602000000671000000

CHASE
4266906781994095^TETREAULT/DEVIN^1510101100001100000000868000000
4266906781994095=151010110000868

CAPITAL ONE
B4802138937535121^HEMOND/JEFFREY^1308101000000000010306875000000
4802138937535121=130810110306875

AMEX (very simple, tr2 end is exactly like tr1 end) (DISCOVER is also this way)
B371719722632008^SIMPSON/PAULINE R ^1408110179663
371719722632008=1408110179663

FIA CARD SERVICES
5490994810942255=1212101000001920010000
5490994810942255^TRUMP/YVONNE^12121010000000000000000000000000192001000

All of these banks have the same format, some chase cards have a little twist to the discretionary data, but if you use your head and arn't an idiot, you can probably figure it out. Don't listen to anyone that says just add six zeros onto the end, and that you have to add eight zeros to the left of the CVV. This is never accurate.
GENERATING TRACK 1 DATA FOR CREDIT CARDS

By Novelty Temps


WARNING! IF YOU ARE NEW TO CARDING OR IF YOU'RE NOT VERY SMART, DO NOT ATTEMPT THIS YOURSELF. THE LAST THING WE WANT IS YOU FUCKING UP THINGS FOR THE REST OF US. DO YOURSELF A FAVOR AND CONSULT A PROFESSIONAL, THERE'S PLENTY ON OUR FORUM (L33T.SU). ASK SOMEONE!



The track 1 of every CC is different... some may be similar, but it is very hard (not impossible) to calculate without an original track 1. Having a proper track1 is essential to carding. The discretionary data of track1, the placement of the 0's, placement of the CVV/PVV, all of this is extremely important.



Here we have a chase dump that only has track2:

4266902030265421=120810110000612

Here was have a chase dump that has track2 and 1:

B4388576040860665^ANDREWS/EVELYN A^1305101100001100000000313000000
4388576040860665=13051010000313

You can definately see the resemblances, the number 313 is the only difference in both these tracks, and they are the sale length. With this type, you can just change the digits in the tracks. In the end you should have something like this

B4266902030265421^SMITH/JEFF^1208101100001100000000612000000
4266902030265421=12081010000612

If this dump does not region lock, and it is approved, you will have a successful transaction!

Here are some examples of major bank track1's to help you out

CITIBANK
5424181006189794=1212101096020671
5424181006189794=121210100000009602000000671000000

CHASE
4266906781994095^TETREAULT/DEVIN^1510101100001100000000868000000
4266906781994095=151010110000868

CAPITAL ONE
B4802138937535121^HEMOND/JEFFREY^1308101000000000010306875000000
4802138937535121=130810110306875

AMEX (very simple, tr2 end is exactly like tr1 end) (DISCOVER is also this way)
B371719722632008^SIMPSON/PAULINE R ^1408110179663
371719722632008=1408110179663

FIA CARD SERVICES
5490994810942255=1212101000001920010000
5490994810942255^TRUMP/YVONNE^12121010000000000000000000000000192001000

All of these banks have the same format, some chase cards have a little twist to the discretionary data, but if you use your head and arn't an idiot, you can probably figure it out. Don't listen to anyone that says just add six zeros onto the end, and that you have to add eight zeros to the left of the CVV. This is never accurate.
 
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