How Do You Clone Credit Cards?


Cloning a credit card is a fraud. Card cloning is also referred to as skimming. The first procedure involves stealing information from a consumer’s credit or debit card. Then swipe the card through a device with a scanning slot. The device has a magnetic strip that copies the information in the card. Then download the details to a read-write machine that costs about £500. Copy these details to a counterfeit card, complete with security hologram markings. You can then use the card.
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Credit card cloning is the process where some one gets your credit card details, copies them in a bogus card and start using the card. The card is swapped through pocket device that looks like a pager without the customer noticing and this device copies the information. This information is overwritten on another credit card and used to buy things in your name.
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