Carding Method

Carding Guide For Newbie

What you need

The most important thing is obviously a credit card. You can get many of these places, but the quality will vary from where you buy it or how you get it. The other thing you need is a proxy or a way to hide your IP address. This is pretty basic for most people. You need this to prevent others from tracking you. There are various types (VPN, SOCKS, RDP). The last thing you need is a drop or place to send the carded item. You can find this yourself or find someone you can trust to receive a package for you and send it to you or sell it for you.


There are shops and hackers, and other non-personal ways to get cards. The type of card you want if you want something that is worth real resale cards (Electronics, jewelry, etc.) are Live and Private cards. This means the card is valid and no other carder uses it other than you. Some shops are good, but others aren’t. Same with hackers. Hackers can get cards with Spamming or hacking db’s. Hacked cards are better because spammed cards tend to have incorrect billing information. Shop around and try not to tear

Proxies/Hiding Your IP:

There are several types of proxy or a good method for carding. My preference is SOCKS5 Proxy. This is a truly secure proxy that also hides your DNS and many clients will allow you to easily choose the location you want so your IP address is rejected, what you need to do if you want to make cards on the safest sites. RDP works well for people in small countries. This allows you to control the computer remotely, so you basically see the desktop of another computer and your IP is changed. And VPNs are not safe, but are easily detected by websites, so many sites won’t let your card info enter if you use a VPN.(Never Trust Any VPN)


Drops are a place where you can ship your items without being tracked. You can be friends with someone who works for the sender and ask them to send all the items you have told you. Or you can have a house that is not occupied by anyone if you are in a big city or big city and have goods sent there. You can also use a PO box with a fake name. There are many ways. Be creative, but don’t send it to your home.

How to card ?How To Carding?

Carding is basically as easy as entering card information into the checkout website, but there are many ways you can stop getting your things from the security of these sites. Many sites check your IP address. If it is blacklisted or has been recorded by them as being used for fraud, they will block your purchase through and also kill your card (placing a block on that card from the bank). So make sure you use fresh and personal SOCKS or good RDP. VPNs will most likely be blacklisted, but there are always sites that don’t check IP addresses, so it’s up to you to know the security of each site and what works from site to site. Some sites require all correct billing information (including telephone numbers), while some only require a zip code, and others may only require a card number and expiration date (you can order pizza like this). Every site is different, but gradually more sites increase security, so you have to stay ahead. Also, the safest site uses telephone verification. This means they need you to call them from the billing address telephone number or answer the voicemail and receive the code from that number. Be careful with these sites. They are difficult to solve (example = Tigerdirect for expensive orders). Some sites will only call you or request this if the information is wrong, so you can avoid many problems by only having a good card and having the right information. Other sites, such as Amazon, will have teams looking for signs of fraudulent activity. This means that if you create a new account and immediately buy something like an iPhone, they might get a bank to verify the purchase, which will cause the card to die. So, for some sites you should even try to act like a real customer to get your things. The point is you have to find out the security of the site where you want to get the goods so that you can know how to use your card and how much you have to use.