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Carding Guide, All My Knowledge Written by Alpha02, VIP @ TCF, May 17, 2020
Introduction
This guide was written by Alpha02, VIP at TCF, after a long list of requests for making a guide. I'm an experienced carder, carding tens of thousands of dollars worth of merchandise and rarely failing. I share my knowledge for anyone who is ready to put a bit of money on the table and get some real upto-date carding information. Now, at the time of writing, I am the only one allowed to sell this guide. If you see anyone selling my guide on EVO or anywhere else, let me know. I took time to write this guide, I appreciate when people recognize my work.
So, let's get started!
Table of Contents Introduction
Chapter 1 – Virtual Carding
1.1 – How It Works
1.2 - Account Take-Over Fraud
1.3 - Why Orders Get Canceled
1.4 - Drops
1.5 - Chargebacks
1.6 - Warranty Fraud
1.7 - Picking The Best Cards
1.8 - Commercial Fraud
1.9 - Newegg And TigerDirect
1.10 – Stripe Cashout
1.11 - Beyond the ATO – The PTO
Chapter 2 – Protecting yourself
2.1 - Protecting Yourself Online
2.2 – Burner Phones
2.3 - AVS
2.4 - Flight Tickets
2.5 - GlossaryChapter 1 – Virtual Carding
This chapter is about virtual carding. Virtual cardung is the art of ordering goods online using stolen credit cards, also known as “CVV”, “pizza”, any any other names the members of the community use to disguise their intentions. Although this seems easy, there are many pitfalls you might want to be aware of when doing that, especially since merchants are getting more and more aware of online fraud. Want to know how to get free goods? Let's get started! Section 1.1 – How It Works The first thing is to ask yourself, how much do you want to card, and what do you want to card? Then, you will have to pick one of those 3 levels. Each level represents a difficulty level and you will see the prerequisites. Level 1: Easy carding
This level is used for very easy things to card, for example restaurants and small phone orders, mostly under $50. This is the entry point of most carders. For that, you will need: • Credit card number
• Expiration date
Level 2: Intermediate carding
This level is used for online transactions that are slighly higher, like background reports, or a very small physical item. You will need:
• Credit card number • Expiration date
• CCV code
• Cardholder name
• Full billing address
• Sometimes, phone number of the account
Level 3: Hard carding
This is not recommenced for beginning carders. Here we are talking about everything above level 2, such as large physical items, or high-security websites like Newegg, TigerDirect, and sites that require Account Take-Over (for ATO, see section 1.2 of this guide). Computer parts, electonics, and many other items fall in this level. You need:
• Credit card number
• Expiration date
• CCV code
• Cardholder name
• Full billing address
• Phone numbers
• SSN • DOB

• Recommended, background report

if you want to buy this simply messag me
 

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Carding Guide, All My Knowledge Written by Alpha02, VIP @ TCF, May 17, 2020
Introduction
This guide was written by Alpha02, VIP at TCF, after a long list of requests for making a guide. I'm an experienced carder, carding tens of thousands of dollars worth of merchandise and rarely failing. I share my knowledge for anyone who is ready to put a bit of money on the table and get some real upto-date carding information. Now, at the time of writing, I am the only one allowed to sell this guide. If you see anyone selling my guide on EVO or anywhere else, let me know. I took time to write this guide, I appreciate when people recognize my work.
So, let's get started!
Table of Contents Introduction
Chapter 1 – Virtual Carding
1.1 – How It Works
1.2 - Account Take-Over Fraud
1.3 - Why Orders Get Canceled
1.4 - Drops
1.5 - Chargebacks
1.6 - Warranty Fraud
1.7 - Picking The Best Cards
1.8 - Commercial Fraud
1.9 - Newegg And TigerDirect
1.10 – Stripe Cashout
1.11 - Beyond the ATO – The PTO
Chapter 2 – Protecting yourself
2.1 - Protecting Yourself Online
2.2 – Burner Phones
2.3 - AVS
2.4 - Flight Tickets
2.5 - GlossaryChapter 1 – Virtual Carding
This chapter is about virtual carding. Virtual cardung is the art of ordering goods online using stolen credit cards, also known as “CVV”, “pizza”, any any other names the members of the community use to disguise their intentions. Although this seems easy, there are many pitfalls you might want to be aware of when doing that, especially since merchants are getting more and more aware of online fraud. Want to know how to get free goods? Let's get started! Section 1.1 – How It Works The first thing is to ask yourself, how much do you want to card, and what do you want to card? Then, you will have to pick one of those 3 levels. Each level represents a difficulty level and you will see the prerequisites. Level 1: Easy carding
This level is used for very easy things to card, for example restaurants and small phone orders, mostly under $50. This is the entry point of most carders. For that, you will need: • Credit card number
• Expiration date
Level 2: Intermediate carding
This level is used for online transactions that are slighly higher, like background reports, or a very small physical item. You will need:
• Credit card number • Expiration date
• CCV code
• Cardholder name
• Full billing address
• Sometimes, phone number of the account
Level 3: Hard carding
This is not recommenced for beginning carders. Here we are talking about everything above level 2, such as large physical items, or high-security websites like Newegg, TigerDirect, and sites that require Account Take-Over (for ATO, see section 1.2 of this guide). Computer parts, electonics, and many other items fall in this level. You need:
• Credit card number
• Expiration date
• CCV code
• Cardholder name
• Full billing address
• Phone numbers
• SSN • DOB

• Recommended, background report

if you want to buy this simply messag me
Hi do you think you.can send me a copy as well? Or do you have an updated version for sale and how much??
 

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Carding Guide, All My Knowledge Written by Alpha02, VIP @ TCF, May 17, 2020
Introduction
This guide was written by Alpha02, VIP at TCF, after a long list of requests for making a guide. I'm an experienced carder, carding tens of thousands of dollars worth of merchandise and rarely failing. I share my knowledge for anyone who is ready to put a bit of money on the table and get some real upto-date carding information. Now, at the time of writing, I am the only one allowed to sell this guide. If you see anyone selling my guide on EVO or anywhere else, let me know. I took time to write this guide, I appreciate when people recognize my work.
So, let's get started!
Table of Contents Introduction
Chapter 1 – Virtual Carding
1.1 – How It Works
1.2 - Account Take-Over Fraud
1.3 - Why Orders Get Canceled
1.4 - Drops
1.5 - Chargebacks
1.6 - Warranty Fraud
1.7 - Picking The Best Cards
1.8 - Commercial Fraud
1.9 - Newegg And TigerDirect
1.10 – Stripe Cashout
1.11 - Beyond the ATO – The PTO
Chapter 2 – Protecting yourself
2.1 - Protecting Yourself Online
2.2 – Burner Phones
2.3 - AVS
2.4 - Flight Tickets
2.5 - GlossaryChapter 1 – Virtual Carding
This chapter is about virtual carding. Virtual cardung is the art of ordering goods online using stolen credit cards, also known as “CVV”, “pizza”, any any other names the members of the community use to disguise their intentions. Although this seems easy, there are many pitfalls you might want to be aware of when doing that, especially since merchants are getting more and more aware of online fraud. Want to know how to get free goods? Let's get started! Section 1.1 – How It Works The first thing is to ask yourself, how much do you want to card, and what do you want to card? Then, you will have to pick one of those 3 levels. Each level represents a difficulty level and you will see the prerequisites. Level 1: Easy carding
This level is used for very easy things to card, for example restaurants and small phone orders, mostly under $50. This is the entry point of most carders. For that, you will need: • Credit card number
• Expiration date
Level 2: Intermediate carding
This level is used for online transactions that are slighly higher, like background reports, or a very small physical item. You will need:
• Credit card number • Expiration date
• CCV code
• Cardholder name
• Full billing address
• Sometimes, phone number of the account
Level 3: Hard carding
This is not recommenced for beginning carders. Here we are talking about everything above level 2, such as large physical items, or high-security websites like Newegg, TigerDirect, and sites that require Account Take-Over (for ATO, see section 1.2 of this guide). Computer parts, electonics, and many other items fall in this level. You need:
• Credit card number
• Expiration date
• CCV code
• Cardholder name
• Full billing address
• Phone numbers
• SSN • DOB

• Recommended, background report

if you want to buy this simply messag me
I have read it and I thank you so much for this knowledge !
This will definitely help all beginners, I recommand it guys
 

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Carding Guide, All My Knowledge Written by Alpha02, VIP @ TCF, May 17, 2020
Introduction
This guide was written by Alpha02, VIP at TCF, after a long list of requests for making a guide. I'm an experienced carder, carding tens of thousands of dollars worth of merchandise and rarely failing. I share my knowledge for anyone who is ready to put a bit of money on the table and get some real upto-date carding information. Now, at the time of writing, I am the only one allowed to sell this guide. If you see anyone selling my guide on EVO or anywhere else, let me know. I took time to write this guide, I appreciate when people recognize my work.
So, let's get started!
Table of Contents Introduction
Chapter 1 – Virtual Carding
1.1 – How It Works
1.2 - Account Take-Over Fraud
1.3 - Why Orders Get Canceled
1.4 - Drops
1.5 - Chargebacks
1.6 - Warranty Fraud
1.7 - Picking The Best Cards
1.8 - Commercial Fraud
1.9 - Newegg And TigerDirect
1.10 – Stripe Cashout
1.11 - Beyond the ATO – The PTO
Chapter 2 – Protecting yourself
2.1 - Protecting Yourself Online
2.2 – Burner Phones
2.3 - AVS
2.4 - Flight Tickets
2.5 - GlossaryChapter 1 – Virtual Carding
This chapter is about virtual carding. Virtual cardung is the art of ordering goods online using stolen credit cards, also known as “CVV”, “pizza”, any any other names the members of the community use to disguise their intentions. Although this seems easy, there are many pitfalls you might want to be aware of when doing that, especially since merchants are getting more and more aware of online fraud. Want to know how to get free goods? Let's get started! Section 1.1 – How It Works The first thing is to ask yourself, how much do you want to card, and what do you want to card? Then, you will have to pick one of those 3 levels. Each level represents a difficulty level and you will see the prerequisites. Level 1: Easy carding
This level is used for very easy things to card, for example restaurants and small phone orders, mostly under $50. This is the entry point of most carders. For that, you will need: • Credit card number
• Expiration date
Level 2: Intermediate carding
This level is used for online transactions that are slighly higher, like background reports, or a very small physical item. You will need:
• Credit card number • Expiration date
• CCV code
• Cardholder name
• Full billing address
• Sometimes, phone number of the account
Level 3: Hard carding
This is not recommenced for beginning carders. Here we are talking about everything above level 2, such as large physical items, or high-security websites like Newegg, TigerDirect, and sites that require Account Take-Over (for ATO, see section 1.2 of this guide). Computer parts, electonics, and many other items fall in this level. You need:
• Credit card number
• Expiration date
• CCV code
• Cardholder name
• Full billing address
• Phone numbers
• SSN • DOB

• Recommended, background report

if you want to buy this simply messag me
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Carding Guide, All My Knowledge Written by Alpha02, VIP @ TCF, May 17, 2020
Introduction
This guide was written by Alpha02, VIP at TCF, after a long list of requests for making a guide. I'm an experienced carder, carding tens of thousands of dollars worth of merchandise and rarely failing. I share my knowledge for anyone who is ready to put a bit of money on the table and get some real upto-date carding information. Now, at the time of writing, I am the only one allowed to sell this guide. If you see anyone selling my guide on EVO or anywhere else, let me know. I took time to write this guide, I appreciate when people recognize my work.
So, let's get started!
Table of Contents Introduction
Chapter 1 – Virtual Carding
1.1 – How It Works
1.2 - Account Take-Over Fraud
1.3 - Why Orders Get Canceled
1.4 - Drops
1.5 - Chargebacks
1.6 - Warranty Fraud
1.7 - Picking The Best Cards
1.8 - Commercial Fraud
1.9 - Newegg And TigerDirect
1.10 – Stripe Cashout
1.11 - Beyond the ATO – The PTO
Chapter 2 – Protecting yourself
2.1 - Protecting Yourself Online
2.2 – Burner Phones
2.3 - AVS
2.4 - Flight Tickets
2.5 - GlossaryChapter 1 – Virtual Carding
This chapter is about virtual carding. Virtual cardung is the art of ordering goods online using stolen credit cards, also known as “CVV”, “pizza”, any any other names the members of the community use to disguise their intentions. Although this seems easy, there are many pitfalls you might want to be aware of when doing that, especially since merchants are getting more and more aware of online fraud. Want to know how to get free goods? Let's get started! Section 1.1 – How It Works The first thing is to ask yourself, how much do you want to card, and what do you want to card? Then, you will have to pick one of those 3 levels. Each level represents a difficulty level and you will see the prerequisites. Level 1: Easy carding
This level is used for very easy things to card, for example restaurants and small phone orders, mostly under $50. This is the entry point of most carders. For that, you will need: • Credit card number
• Expiration date
Level 2: Intermediate carding
This level is used for online transactions that are slighly higher, like background reports, or a very small physical item. You will need:
• Credit card number • Expiration date
• CCV code
• Cardholder name
• Full billing address
• Sometimes, phone number of the account
Level 3: Hard carding
This is not recommenced for beginning carders. Here we are talking about everything above level 2, such as large physical items, or high-security websites like Newegg, TigerDirect, and sites that require Account Take-Over (for ATO, see section 1.2 of this guide). Computer parts, electonics, and many other items fall in this level. You need:
• Credit card number
• Expiration date
• CCV code
• Cardholder name
• Full billing address
• Phone numbers
• SSN • DOB

• Recommended, background report

if you want to buy this simply messag me
I’m interested in reading and learning from this guide.
 

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