Once again, we’re hard at work combing through dozens of credit card dumps site to see which can provide us with solid info. We’ve come across bigfat.cc and were interested to see if this site was going to be a winner or a dud.
The landing page is typical, with a blue background and white box to enter login credentials or register an account. There’s no info about what lies inside, but there is an Onion link to visit the site on Tor.
Before we get ahead of ourselves, we decide to check on the website history a little bit. After combining through resources, we find that the IP address is based out of San Francisco, CA, and the provider is CLOUDFLARE. The website came into existence on 2017-11-23 and is valid through 2021-11-23. This isn’t a terribly old website, but it has been around longer than most and is valid for a while longer.
Satisfied with what we’ve learned about the site’s background, it’s time to do some exploring on the domain. Creating an account is super simple: You only need to provide a username and password, plus enter the captcha. When we’re granted access to the dashboard, there’s a lot to take in! Most of the page is dedicated to news, which spans over 60 pages and appears to be updated several times a week. On the left, you’ll find navigation links to billing, dumps, dumps with PIN, and CVV, as well as account links like support, orders, and purchases.
We decide to check out the dumps first. The default search results show a lot of variety, with Visa, Mastercard, Maestro, and more from countries like Denmark, Argentina, U.K, and U.S. When you use the filters at the top of the page, the results automatically update to provide you with what you’re looking for. For example, we looked for credit cards from Australia and instantly saw 133 results. The dumps with PIN page showed similar results, but with a higher price tag per purchase. The CVV page is set up similarly, with the pricing between dumps and dumps with PIN.
Next, we see a link that says Discounts, so we check this out. We find that the website offers bonuses depending on deposit amount. For example, if we make a one-time deposit of $1000 to $4999, we’ll receive a 3% bonus. If we deposit $10,000 or more, we’ll earn a 10% discount. The smallest discount applies to funding of $500 to $999, and it’s 1.5%.
Speaking of funding, it’s time to see what payment methods are available for bigfat.cc. Heading over to the Billing link shows that they only accept Bitcoin, and we’re assigned a permanent address to make deposits. We would have liked to see some variety here, but BTC is something that anyone should have access to.
Before we continue with the next stage of our research, we check out the support center. It’s very basic, only providing a way to send a message. The Rules page also doesn’t provide a lot of info. It essentially says that BTC is the only funding option, there are no refunds, and contact support if you need help.
We’ve learned as much as we’re going to from the site, so now we want to see if we can find reviews or other testimonials from people who may have used the site. We conduct a thorough search of the web, and here’s what we found: The site has an enormous presence in search results. However, most of it is through scammy comments on various blogs and postings. These comments start out legit, but then they devolve into, “check out my site”. While this type of advertising isn’t high-brow, we suppose we can’t fault a company too much for trying to get their name out there. What we found most interesting was that there was a bit of chatter about the company on various forums. But it was always the same thing: “Has anyone used this website before?” There were lots of replies from people wanting to know the same, and lots more from people saying they’d heard it was, but they hadn’t tried it themselves.
Now that we’ve completed our research, it’s time to put together our findings. The layout of the site is pretty straightforward and we didn’t see anything suspicious. As far as external findings, we’re somewhat worried about how much advertising and spamming the site does. However, there are people out there who are hearing good things about the site, even if they haven’t used it themselves. We say this place is probably on the up-and-up, but we’d love to hear from you if you’ve worked with the site before. Tell us about your experience in the comments!