It’s not easy to find legitimate card dump sites. There are so many con artists out there that you never know who you’re dealing with. This is why we’ve dedicated ourselves to examining websites all over the internet to determine who can be trusted and who should be avoided. We were exploring around today when we came upon

When we first arrived to the site, we saw that it redirects us to a new URL, This is definitely something we’ll want to look into further. Aside from that, the page is straightforward and expected.

We don’t want to get ahead of ourselves, so our next step will be to investigate the history of this site. The IP address for comes from Riga, Latvia’s capital, and the registrar is DATACLUB. This domain was registered on November 18, 2013, and it will expire on November 18, 2019. This is a website that has been around for a long time.

However, as you may recall, the page led us to another URL, so we double-checked that as well. Its IP address is located in San Francisco, California, and its registrar is Cloudflare. This website was developed recently on 2019-04-13 and is valid till 2020-04-13. This makes us quite suspicious.

Returning to the site, it’s time to put it to the test. Creating an account requires supplying our username, username confirmation, password, password confirmation, email address, email address confirmation, ICQ, and completing the captcha. This is a large number of fields to fill out, and we also see that this website does not provide encryption, which is another red flag. Worse, it thought we had entered the captcha incorrectly. Instead of providing us a second chance, it compels us to re-enter all of our registration information. When it eventually accepts the information, it takes us to the dashboard.

The first thing we notice is the regular news updates, each of which include information about new dumps. There are links at the top of the website for shop, billing, purchase history, help, and my account. We may also instantly view our account balance and the contents of our purchasing basket.

We went straight to the first of two shop links, which led us to CCVSHOP1. We enter some basic information into the filter, looking for Visa credit cards, and are shown with the search results. We may utilize the checkboxes to select which we want to buy, as well as view limited information about each option, such as card type, name, expiration date, country, and price.

The second shop link leads us to CVVSHOP2. These search results differ in that the credit card data may be accompanied by additional information such as DOB and SSN. You can use the filter to find exactly what you’re looking for.

When we come to the billing section, we notice that Bitcoin is the sole choice. We also notice that bonuses are available based on the size of our deposit. For example, a $100 deposit earns a 2% bonus, whereas a $1000 deposit earns a 6% bonus. We just click to construct a BTC address and transmit the monies, which are automatically transferred into our account.

The last thing we want to see is how difficult it is to get help. When we click the support link, we are taken to a form. There are numerous notes and FAQ, including issues that support would not address, such as payment processing delays and issues with erroneous data on purchases.

From here, we’ll expand our investigation by looking at what other individuals think about this firm or what kinds of experiences they’ve had. When researching, we come across a variety of information, ranging from identification as a fraud website to people questioning its veracity. We discovered a few citations of the site as early as 2011, which is unusual given that it was launched in 2013. We believe the site went out for a period of time before returning. Perhaps the previous owners left and someone else took control. The current website does state that it was founded in 2014. We also looked at, but there weren’t many results, which is understandable given the URL’s newness.

So, what does all of this information mean? We believe that you should proceed with caution when using this website. Some people rate it as an excellent site, while others rate it as a horrible one. Why the disparity? It could range from competitors badmouthing to customers leaving negative reviews owing to misconceptions or other negative experiences. We are likewise concerned about the redirect. We’ve done our homework, and now we’d want to hear about your experiences. If you’ve worked with this company before, please let us know in the comments.

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