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WHAT IS BIN AND HOW TO USE BINS FOR CREATING PREMIUM ACCOUNTS

 WHAT IS BIN AND HOW TO USE BINS FOR CREATING PREMIUM ACCOUNTS


Let’s learn how to get Bins and how to use Bins to make premium accounts. Bin method is one of the reliable methods to create a premium account. You might be wanting premium features of some software or apps but don’t want to pay. You might be tired of searching for methods to make a premium account for free but still can’t get a reliable way. But now all your searches are going to end. I will answer today how to use bins create make a premium account.  Don’t worry more now because today I am going to tell you the 100% working all time method i.e bin method or you can say use bin for carding.

WHAT IS BIN AND HOW TO USE BINS FOR CREATING PREMIUM ACCOUNTS

WHAT IS A BANK IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (BIN)?

Like most industries, the payments sector is littered with its own slate of undecipherable acronyms and confusing argot. The BIN is a perfect example. What is it? How does it differ from an IIN? And what do all those numbers mean, anyway?


The Bank Identification Number is a numbering convention developed to identify which particular institution issued a given credit card or other bank card, and what type of institution it is. It’s essentially the bank’s calling card; each card-issuing bank has a unique BIN.


To start, let’s look at the full set of numbers on the front of a typical bank card. This numbering system applies to credit/charge cards, debit cards, prepaid cards, and certain electronic benefit cards. For the purposes of this article, we lump them all together under the blanket term “payment card.”



HOW BANK IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS (BIN) WORK

The bank identification number is a numbering system developed by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) to identify institutions that issue different cards. The ANSI is a nonprofit organization (NPO) that creates business standards in the United States while the ISO is an international nongovernmental group that creates a variety of standards for different industries including the financial, health care, clothing, and aircraft fields.1 2


All payment cards come with a BIN number. This is a set of four to six different numbers randomly assigned to debit cards, credit cards, charge cards, gift cards, and other payment cards. The number is embossed on the front of the card and appears in print just below as well. The first digit of the BIN specifies the major industry identifier—categories include airlines, banking and financial, or travel and entertainment. The digits that follow specify the issuing institution or bank.3 For example, the MII for a Visa credit card starts a four, which falls under the banking and financial category.


When a customer makes an online purchase, the customer enters their card details on the payment page. After submitting the first four to six digits of the card, the online retailer can detect which institution issued the customer’s card including:


- the card brand, such as a Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Diner’s Club

- the card level, such as corporate or platinum

- the card type—a debit card, credit card, or other payment cards

- the issuing bank country


" Important: The BIN number allows merchants to accept multiple forms of payment and allows faster processing of transactions "


BINs—which may also be referred to as issuer identification numbers (IINs)—have a variety of useful applications. First, merchants are able to use BINs to evaluate and assess payment card transactions. BINs also allow a merchant to identify originating banks along with their address and phone number, and whether issuing banks are in the same country as the device used to make the transaction. The BIN also verifies the address information provided by the customer. But more importantly, the numbering system helps identify identity theft or potential security breaches by comparing data, such as the address of both the issuing institution and of the cardholder.


KEY TAKEAWAYS

- A bank identification number is the initial set of four to six numbers that appear on credit cards, charge cards, prepaid cards, debit cards, and gift cards.

- The BIN helps merchants evaluate and assess their payment card transactions.

- The number allows merchants to accept multiple forms of payment and allows transactions to be processed faster.



EXAMPLE OF BANK IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (BIN)

The BIN identifies the issuer of the card. This issuer receives the authorization request for the transaction to verify if the card and associated account are valid and whether the purchase amount is available. This process results in the charge being either approved or denied. Without a BIN, the credit card processing system would be unable to determine the origin of the customer’s funds and would be unable to complete the transaction.


Here’s a hypothetical example to show how it works. Let’s say customer uses their bank card at the gas pump when they fill up their car’s tank. Once they swipe the card, the system scans the BIN to detect the specific institution that issued the card. An authorization request is put on the customer’s account. The request is authorized within a few seconds, and the transaction is approved if the funds are available or declined if the customer doesn’t have enough funds to cover the charge.


WHAT IS BIN METHOD?

As written above there are many BINs that are found to be vulnerable on specific websites to get free trials. Similarly, there are different BINs that can be used to get premium or trial accounts for free. These BINs require specific IP Address and user details to work successfully.


REQUIMENTS FOR USING BINS


1. A working Bin

2. A strong VPN (HMA, Vypr VPN, Nord VPN, Express VPN)

3. Carding experience

4. Good internet connection

5. Good internet Browser

6. Patience


HOW TO GENERATE WORKING BIN?

let’s talk about the method of how to use bins to create a premium account for free now.


First of all, you need to have a 6 digit number (BIN) which you can get from the here

Search the bin according to the country and bank.

Now you need to generate live Credit Cards. You can generate cards from this site or from this site.

Paste the bin in that site and generate the credit card (CC)

Connect to VPN and select the country according to the country of the bin. Location of bin and VPN should be the same.

Now use the generated card details for making an account.


HOW TO USE BINS FOR CREATING PREMIUM ACCOUNTS?

Before we start we should now one thing, there are two types of trial CC Verification in Premium Accounts trial. Let’s learn how to make bins

First one is Validity Check Trial.

- This type of trial just checks CC EXP CVV Validation and starts your trial
- Very Very easy to bypass their verification
- Eg. Tidal

The second one is the Authorization Hold trial.

- This type of trial makes an authorization hold on the card for 1 USD.
- It also has a verification system to verify the cardholder name if the card is VBV.
- Eg. Netflix

For Finding a bin you need the following things Needed before starting Work

- Hardworking
- Patience
- CC Generator
- CC Checker
- Good Internet connection
- VPN (Premium)

Now if you want to find a bin for the second type of Premium Accounts you should follow the following:-

Step 1: Goto Country/BANK to BIN websites like


Step 2: Choose Any Country you want (Mainly Low secured countries like OMAN, UAE and etc)

Step 3: Choose Small Banks (They are less secured)

Step 4: Choose one BIN of Debit card (not credit)

Step 5: Generate CC with it

Step 6: Check with it

Step 7: Get lives one

Step 8: Test it

Step 9: Start from Step 2 again till you get working one

Attention: Don’t Share your hard work results with Peoples Or Else It Get Patched

For type 1 Trials:

Choose the USA, CAPITAL ONE Mastercards.

1) Choose one BIN of Debit level card (not credit)

2) Generate CC with it

3)Check with it

4)Get lives one

5)Test it

Do Again and again till you get working one

Don’t forget to change your IP to the CC Countries IP

That’s it  then you get your own bin. Now you can easily get working bins or more like you can make working bins.

Practice more and have the patience to get working bins.




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[TOP] The Ultimate List Of Sites With Free Stock Photos [HOT]

[TOP] The Ultimate List Of Sites With Free Stock Photos [HOT]

If you were looking for websites that offer royalty-free images that you can use for your commercial purposes you have come to the right place. Congratulations!

In this article, I have made a list of 42 websites that offers exactly that.

Before I start, I would like to explain to you meaning of the term “royalty free”.

Royalty-free , or RF , refers to the right to use copyright material or intellectual property without the need to pay royalties or license fees for each use or per volume sold, or some time period of use or sales. (source: Wikipedia )

Okay, now when we have explained the meaning of “royalty free”, we can start with our list. I represent you a curated list of 42 websites that offer royalty free images that every entrepreneur, graphic designer, small business owner, or anyone else can use.


Visual Hunt

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High-quality free photos in one place. They hunt for best free images from many online sources and pull them all together in one spot. 


Most of our photos are the CCO license (do whatever you want). Additionally, they offer all Creative Commons and Public Domain photos from sources like Flickr and make it possible to embed them directly from their website.

Unsplash

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All photos published on Unsplash are licensed under Creative Commons Zero, which means you can copy, modify, distribute and use the photos for free, including commercial purposes, without asking permission from or providing attribution to the photographer or Unsplash.


Pexels

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Pexels provides high quality and completely free stock photos licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license. All photos are nicely tagged, searchable and also easy to discover through their discover pages.


Pixabay

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All images and videos on Pixabay are released free of copyrights under Creative Commons CC0. You may download, modify, distribute, and use them royalty free for anything you like, even in commercial applications. Attribution is not required.


Free Images

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Free Images was launched in February 2001 as an alternative for expensive stock photography. The idea was to create a site where creative people could exchange their photos for inspiration or work. The site has evolved into the massive community you see today — there are over 2,500,000 registered users and around 400,000 photos online. You will have to sign up for a free account on Free Images to be able to download their photos.


Super Famous

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The Superfamous Images are available under the conditions of a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license. This means that you can use the work for your own purposes as long as credit is provided.



Pic Jumbo

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Pic Jumbo has started on November 03. 2013. and so far they have more than 4.208.386 downloads from their website. You can find various collections of pictures from different categories (business, animals, fashion, people, technology, etc.).


IM Free

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On this website, you can find high-quality resources for website building & other design projects. You can also find free images, free icons, and free templates. Attribution to the author is required.


Gratisography

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This website offers free high-resolution pictures you can use on your personal and commercial projects.


Morguefile

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This website offers free images for creatives, by creatives. It’s a post-production file, over 350,000 free stock photos for commercial use.



Little Visuals

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Little Visuals actually adds the images as a zip archive attachment to the email itself. You will have to sign up to get 7 high-resolution images zipped up in your inbox and use them any way you want.



New Old Stock

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New Old Stock offers vintage photos from public archives. All images are free of known copyright restriction.



Get Refe

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They provide high-quality imagery of people interacting with technology for your projects.


Jay Mantri

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This website offers images that are free to use for anything you want, including magic.


Public Domain Archive

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This website offers new 100% free stock photos on every week. Everything you need for your creative projects, all public domain images.


Magdeleine

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This website offers free high-quality stock photos that you can use for your inspiration.


Libre Shot

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LibreShot.com (former freepix.eu) is a project that contains free stock photos for private and commercial use. All photos and the whole website are made by Martin Vorel.


Kaboom Pics

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Great place to get breathtaking free pictures for business or personal projects.


Bucket Listly

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This website offers a free creative common collection of over 4000**+** travel photos anyone can use.


Travel Coffee Book

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This website offers beautiful travel moments pictures. All photos are listed under CCO.


Foodies Feed

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FoodiesFeed is a resource of free realistic food images in high resolution and free digital goods related to food. These all are fully available to download for your blog posts, articles, websites, templates, mobile apps, backgrounds or just any kind of design.


Cupcake

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All photos here are licensed under the Creative Commons license CCO, which means that you are free to use the images without any costs. You can copy, modify, distribute and perform the work, even for commercial purposes, all without asking for permission.


Moveast

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This website is actually a journey of a Portuguese guy moving that decided that every photo should be used for free. You can use them wherever you want.


Stokpic

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This website belongs to the photographer Ed Gregory. Just over a year ago he decided to give his photos away for free.


Split Shire

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This website offers free stock photos & images for personal & commercial use. What would you do if you had amazing copyright free real photos? Now you have them! Free high-quality photos with no copyright restrictions and real look.


Snapwire Snaps

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This website offers license and commission photos from 200,000 of the world’s most talented photographers.


Stock Snap

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This website offers hundreds of high-resolution images added weekly. Free from copyright restrictions.


MMT Stock

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This website offers free photos for commercial use under the CCO license. Photos are taken by photographer Jeffrey Betts.


Fancy Crave

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On this website, you can find various of photos from different categories, such as nature, people, food, architecture and more.


Street Will

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This website offers free vintage photos to use any way you want.


Free JPG

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On this website, you can find various of free photos that you can use for any purposes. You can find a lot of free photos from different categories, such as music, food, business, animals, science, sports, and much more.


Realistic Shots

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All photos published on Realistic Shots are licensed under Creative Commons Zero which means you can copy, modify, distribute and use the photos, even for commercial purposes. Attribution is not required but appreciated.


Epicva

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All photos on Epicva are their property, but anyone can download them and use them for both personal and commercial projects. No attribution needed but much appreciated.


Shutteroo

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On this website, you are free to use images for both personal and commercial purposes, but you must not resell or redistribute them. You will have to enter your e-mail address first to be able to access images from this website.


Creative Vix

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This website is a combination of web design, it support and free stock images.


Boss Fight

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This website offers free high-resolution photos on a daily base.


Minimography

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All photos made available on Minimography have been released under the Creative Commons Zero license. In short, you can copy, modify, distribute and perform the work, even for commercial purposes, all without asking permission.


Skuawk

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You can copy, modify, distribute the photos from this website, or use the photos even for commercial purposes. All without asking permission. No attribution required.


Free Pixels

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On this website, you can find free high-resolution photos that can be used for any of your personal or commercial projects.


Negative Space

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All the photos and raw files on this website are distributed under the CCO creative commons license. That means that you can copy, modify, distribute and perform the work, even for commercial purposes, all without asking permission or give attribution.


Life Of Pix

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This website is offering free high-resolution photos with no copyright restrictions.Every week they add new images for download.


Free Stocks

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This is another website that offers free photos for both personal and commercial use. No attribution is required.


I hope you will find this list useful for your personal and commercial projects.


Source: Meduim

 

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