Best Websites to Use Stolen Credit Cards Without Getting Caught

If you have stolen credit cards, I am showing you the best websites to use stolen credit cards and get away with it. Carding with a stolen card is never a walk in the park but when you use the right website, the procedure becomes even simpler.

First, make sure your OpSec (Operational Security) is rightly in place. I would say your RDP, premium VPN, Socks 4/5, and CCleaner.

best websites to use stolen credit cards

Best websites to use stolen credit cards

All the websites I mention here are easy targets. Just make sure you do nothing suspicious when adding the card and make sure the card has a positive balance and is live.

  1. Gift card websites

Generally, it is very difficult for gift cards to be traced. So, when you buy a gift card with a stolen credit card, nobody pursues the case. Even the FBI, as of 2015 only pursued cases amounting to $100K. I believe it needs to be more now for them to be interested.

A gift card is not attached to an account, so when you buy it successfully, you are indeed getting away with it.

Moreover, your personal information is not linked to a gift card. All you have to do is sign up, add your card and buy the cards. Do not buy prepaid cards because those can be traced somehow.

After buying the gift card, you might even want to sell or exchange them online, so you have nothing to do with it anymore.

Read also: how I obtained CVV without card

Surprisingly, you can use stolen credit cards to buy gift cards from these top companies:

  • Amazon
  • Best Buy
  • Best Buy Gift Card US
  • CardCash
  • eGifter

I buy really high value that I know is expensive enough to cover my cost.

Before you buy the gift card, you have to spam the victim’s connected email account. And, no, you do not damage anybody’s credit by using their card to shop for gift cards.

The card owner will be wasting their time going to the police to trace you. The average cop is not even interested in tracking petty theft, let alone the entire police force as an agency.

The truth is that they have more pressing issues such as tracking stolen vehicles or going after bank robbers. If you use a stolen credit card to buy a gift card during a national protest, you can tell nobody is interested. The card owner is left to pack their “L” and move on.

  1. eCommerce shopping websites

You probably already know about carding, or it could even be what you are planning with the stolen credit card.

Of course, you can shop with a stolen credit card without getting caught. Even the delivery procedure does not expose you to getting caught in any way. Shipping companies do not have the time to check fraud. Otherwise, customers’ items would have to be delayed for additional days. No sane company will do that.

How about the cops? No police officer is going to abandon cruising the city for people with fake tags, and so on to follow a courier to someone they think might be a criminal.

The long story short, below are the best websites to use stolen credit cards:

  • American Eagle Outfitters
  • Anthropologie
  • Asos
  • Boohoo
  • eBay
  • Etsy
  • Forever 21
  • H&M
  • Kohl’s
  • Mankind
  • Missguided
  • ModCloth
  • Nasty Gal
  • Net-a-Porter
  • Nordstrom
  • PrettyLittleThing
  • Shopbop
  • SSENSE
  • Target
  • Telfar
  • Urban Outfitters
  • Walmart
  • Wayfair
  • Zappos

Despite that nobody is coming after you, it is also important not to use your home address. You can even have the item shipped twice using a reshipping company at a bit more cost.

  1. Websites of dark web

Dark web is probably the favorite for every carder. Unfortunately, there are not many opportunities, or say, websites on the dark web where you can use a stolen credit card.

The one place you can really make use of a stolen credit card I can tell is Facebook’s Tor website. Facebook’s Tor website is www.facebookcorewwwi.onion where you can sign up anonymously and use the card for traceless Facebook services.

Facebook may be on Tor but this does not mean they will not try to track you. Ensure your OpSec is in place to give them a hard, and, in most cases, unsuccessful time.

On the dark web Facebook, you can trade with the users there, like even selling card details. You can use it to buy Facebook services such as ads and other paid services.

Ever since Facebook introduced the Star features, it is now an avenue you can use any stolen credit card. Just start a live gaming stream. Set up another account and use it to buy Facebook Star, and cash the interest for yourself.

Facebook will take their commission, which is normal though. Amazon can also be accessed through Tor, so you can use Tor mode to buy with a stolen credit card on Amazon.

  1. Food and drink ordering services

Do you know about refund methods? If you do, then you can tell there are lots of these websites where you can use the stolen credit card. You simply order the item to a different pickup location where your orders arrive immediately.

Some of the websites you can use for this method with stolen credit cards include:

There are many more like this in various countries, including the UK and the US. I should not forget Just Eat and Uber Eats!

  1. Sell the card on dark web

If you are not a successful carder, then you can simply sell the stolen credit card. If you do not trust the buyers on the dark web, you can set up a stolen card selling website. You need to get people to trust you to trade on your website.

If you decide to sell to someone who is willing and can do carding, use a website with an escrow that is strict.

People who want to engage in endless refund methods need the stolen cards, so imagine the money you could be making selling more of them.

Will you get caught using a stolen credit card on a website?

Sites for using stolen cards

You will not get caught using a stolen credit card on a website. Credit card scam is not even prosecuted these days, unless you make it a big deal, and fail to hide your ID.

If you have been known to possess over 1000 credit card numbers, and you are caught trying to sell them to people, bad news.

A stolen credit card you use to buy on a website has more than a 70% chance of success if you know what you are doing. Some merchants like Amazon and Walmart use fraud detection systems but these can be bypassed if you shop as any normal person would.

And even if the merchant figures out that you are using a stolen card, they will not do anything more than block your IP and, flag the card. They will not come after you, especially if they cannot even tell you your location.

When you use the stolen credit card successfully, your package is shipped to the address you specified, nobody really comes nosing if you are a fraudster.

You can even buy a digital item, which does not require shipping. This is only minor shoplifting and nobody cares, except the card owner who happens not to have the resources to find you.

In some cases, even the cardholder loses nothing, except the card company loses, as well as the merchant. And if these companies are insured, your theft means nothing to them anymore.

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