We were looking for another site that provided new credit card dumps when we came across We didn’t know much about this website, so we wanted to thoroughly examine it to see what we could learn.

When you first arrive at the location, there isn’t much to meet you: The homepage is simply a grey screen with a box to log in or create an account. We’re not concerned because we know that simple homepages like this are frequent. We know it’s what’s on the inside that counts, so we’ll make an account to check what’s going on.

But first, we’d like to learn more about who we’re dealing with. So we decided to look up the site’s personal information. The IP address is located in California, and the provider is Cloudflare. The domain is registered using NETIM, a registrar service that conceals the true owners’ identities. While the website was first registered on June 8, 2012, it will expire on June 8, 2019. This is an important date to remember because it is rapidly approaching.

Now that we know who is in charge of this show, it’s time to make an account. When you click the button, you’ll be directed to a screen where you’ll be asked for your login, password, and email address. This appears to be simple enough, but that is where the simplicity ends. We are directed to a page stating a 502 error, with the error being on the host’s side, as soon as we push submit. This is unfortunate, but we will not give up. We decide to try enrolling again, and this time we succeed.

The next page includes a navigation bar at the top and a drop-down for basic account information and billing, with the rest of the page providing news, particularly updates and bug patches. The earliest update is from 2015, however the most recent update is from March 2017. Does this imply that the site is out of date? Or are they just exceptionally effective at keeping bugs at bay?

Before we go any further, let’s see what payment options this site allows. Bitcoin and Litecoin are the only two possibilities. By selecting either option, you will be taken to a screen where you can top up your account. Simply enter the amount you want to add, and you’ll be given an address to which you can transfer the cash.

Let’s have a look at what the site has to offer. The options at the top of the page suggest a search for US SSNDOB, a search for US SSNDOB history, a search for UKDOB, a search for UKDOB history, and a search for used SSNDOB. If you have any troubles, there is also a link to create a ticket. We can see that this site will not supply us with credit card dumps, but it will help us find the personal information of those we are looking for.

We can’t see the history links because we haven’t made any purchases yet. However, all of the others appear to be operational. We were able to perform a few test searches; for example, searching the surname Williams in the UKDOB search yielded five results. When we are close to making a purchase, the website tells us that we need to replenish our account.

Overall, this site offers a highly user-friendly interface with intuitive options. However, we wanted to gain a more complete picture by reading what others had to say about the site. While we couldn’t uncover any customer reviews fast, the site was frequently suggested. It was frequently cited in tutorials or publications aimed at new hackers. Some of these pieces were several years old, which gives us hope for the site’s longevity.

Given what we’ve found about, we believe it’s a legitimate and trustworthy site for obtaining SSNs, DOBs, and other personal information from both US and UK trademarks. We like that it accepts Bitcoin and Litecoin, and the website is simple to use. Have you used this website before? If this is the case, please share your opinions and experiences in the comments section.

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