a new day, so you know what that means: We’re back to look for
legit credit card dumps on the web. We’re hoping to find good sites
that sell valid info. Today, we’ve come across fullz.su. Is this
place going to be a good resource or a scam that should be avoided?
We’re going to do lots of research to find out.
homepage of fullz.su is typical of what you’d expect for this type
of site: It’s mostly plain, with a grey background and box to login
or create an account. We notice that the title of the page is Cvv
Shop, and the copyright notice at the bottom says the same. This
might be one of many aliases for this particular company.
we spend too much time looking at this site, we want to learn more
about this company’s background. Like, how long have they been
around? This can tell us a lot about their reputation. To answer
these questions, we dug through some files. Here’s what we found:
the IP address is based in Singapore and the registrar is
DigitalOcean, LLC, US. The domain was registered on 2014-04-16 and is
valid until 2020-04-16. This is usually good to see—this site has
been around for a very long time!
with our digging into this company’s background, let’s head back
to the site. Creating an account is easy. We just need to enter our
username, email address, password, and the captcha code. We also need
to agree to the terms and conditions. One huge red flag we notice on
this page is that it’s not encrypted. This is not good news for a
page that’s asking for a password. Anyway, we receive a message
that our account was created and log in.
dashboard is rather simple, but it contains lots of info. Front and
center are meters that show the percentage of credit cards that are
valid, with most showing 99%. On the left, we have the links to
purchase credit cards, dumps, and dump packs, as well as links to CC
checker, Bin checker, my dumps, my packs, and to add more funds. At
the top of the page, we have the shopping carts and account balance.
first check out the dump packs, but there’s nothing there. Perhaps
they are out of stock or this page hasn’t been developed yet. We
try the regular dumps page, and we find that there’s nothing here
we try credit cards, where we’re presented with a filter and search
results. Looking at the default search results, this site has a
healthy mix of Visa and Mastercards, with some American Express and
Discover thrown in. We notice the default is showing us cards from
Europe, particularly France, so we do a search for U.S. cards, of
which there are over 66,000, and U.K., of which there are almost
3,000. Looking at the checkers, we see that the credit card checker
is priced at 30 cents per card, while the Bin check is free.
we want to see what kinds of payment options are available. We
discover that Bitcoin is the only option, with a minimum deposit of
$10. On the homepage, we saw that if you deposit $50, you can email
support for an 8% discount.
part of our research, we also like to see what other companies say
about the sites we’re looking into. Of course, a website can look
great on the surface, but it’s reputation is what’s really
important. Unfortunately, while looking through forums and other
sources, we found that this site has a poor reputation. Right off the
bat, we find that it’s on lists of verified scam websites. Next, we
find another website that offers the usernames and passwords of the
site’s members. This isn’t too surprising considering the site
seems to have non-existent security protocols.
While this site looked good on the surface, we think that there are a lot of issues that cannot be ignored. We were hopeful about how long the website has been around, but we’re very concerned about it being identified on lists as a scammer. However, the worst part has to be the security: No encryption allows for stolen user info. So even if the site itself isn’t stealing your money, it’s making it easier for other scammers to do it. What do you think? Do you have experience with these people? If so, please let us know about it in the comments.