In this article, we will take a look at some abbreviation terms connected to the world of carding. So let’s begin.
VBV (Verified by Visa)
A special user authentication protocol from Visa that protects the card against unauthorized use and gives CC holder peace of mind when shopping online and when they use CNP (Card Not Present) payments.
It is the same definition like 3D-Secure (Three-Domain Secure). Secure user authentication protocol for CNP-Operation.
This technology is designed for the security of payment products and services on the Internet. Initially, the protocol was proposed by the VISA payment system but then was adopted with some changes and others. At VISA protocol called Verified by Visa (VbV)
Like sending OTP (one-time-password) as an extra security level to the card owner mobile number to validate the transaction.
MCC (MasterCard Secure Code)
security level same as the VBV card, this means Mastercard does take extra measures to prevent the card from fraudulent use, these cards are no good unless you have the extra details of the cardholder to bypass security.
Like DOB, password, Social Security Number and Mother’s name, etc. also sending OTP (one-time-password) as extra security level to card owner mobile number to validate the transaction.
Not all online stores and banks support 3D-Secure. This technology is not mandatory and protects the first point of sale and the bank of the fraudulent transactions.
NON-VBV (Verified by Visa)
Handy to use. No need for extra information as specified in the VBV card while doing the transaction.
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Note it down (IMPORTANT)- Carders mainly buy and use NON-MSC cards for carding and frankly speaking all our cards listed on our site are NON-VBV/MCC.
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