BINS: bank identification number

bjorn

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Okay, so I'm new to carding etc
I now understand that bins are important to use when carding.

So how do you use them?
If I buy a card online and the card is:
371786497832192

Do I replace the first 6 digits with a bin?
eg:
bin: 658179
658179497832192

and then the card should be good to use?

Thank you.
 

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Nonono,
BINs come with a specific CC, you cannot change any of the numbers in the CC.
 

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So why do people say they keep saying they use the same BIN? etc
I need help about BINS, mind telling me how they work etc? Trying to understand it all so all your information about BINs will be highly appreciated
 

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So why do people say they keep saying they use the same BIN? etc
I need help about BINS, mind telling me how they work etc? Trying to understand it all so all your information about BINs will be highly appreciated
They just search for a CC that has a specific BIN that they are using.
If you are in need of a specific BIN, just search for a CC that has the BIN you are looking for.
 

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The bank identification number (bin) is the first 6 digit of every card you can't change that .. the bank prints a series of card with thesame bin so when someone says you should get a bin starting with 658179.it actually means you should get a card starting with those numbers only eg 658179597832292
658179397532381..when buying from cc shop you can just insert the bin and it will give you available cards starting with bin.
 

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Thank you. So when looking for a BIN you should look for a bin what not many people use and smaller banks? Not banks like Halifax, Lloyds etc..
Are there any information tools where you can search a BIN and it returns information? (bank etc..)[DOUBLEPOST]Automatically Merged Double Post[/DOUBLEPOST]
Thank you. So when looking for a BIN you should look for a bin what not many people use and smaller banks? Not banks like Halifax, Lloyds etc..
Are there any information tools where you can search a BIN and it returns information? (bank etc..)
 

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Thank you. So when looking for a BIN you should look for a bin what not many people use and smaller banks? Not banks like Halifax, Lloyds etc..
Are there any information tools where you can search a BIN and it returns information? (bank etc..)[DOUBLEPOST]Automatically Merged Double Post[/DOUBLEPOST]
Thank you. So when looking for a BIN you should look for a bin what not many people use and smaller banks? Not banks like Halifax, Lloyds etc..
Are there any information tools where you can search a BIN and it returns information? (bank etc..)
All the BINs work, it doesn’t matter which bank BIN it is etc.
Yes, there are a lot of sites you can search a specific BIN and get the information of it.
 

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All the BINs work, it doesn’t matter which bank BIN it is etc.
Yes, there are a lot of sites you can search a specific BIN and get the information of it.
It depends on what you are carding.

For example:
If you are carding Stripe, use specific Stripe BINs.
If you want to card something from a site that payments are verified by visa then use a CC with a BIN that is non-VBV to pass VBV etc.
 
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