How to use 201 New Tut

Carding with 201 Dumps
First of all, I would like to say that writing 201 dumps on to a chip is quite unrealistic with the current technology that is available. But I want to discuss an alternative route – I would like to give you a hint how to use 201 dumps everywhere – even in such places where POS terminal requires a chip and a subsequent PIN to be used.

First thing we should have is a card with a chip and magnetic stripe.

Then we have to look for a 12 Volt AC adapter.
Now all we have to do is to scratch a little chip metal contacts with + and – of the adapter.
After a spark happens during the contact, it means it is good.
After this little alteration the chip should not be working any more and this is exactly what we need.

Now we have to encode 201 track to the regular magnetic stripe of the card and safely go out to shop. When the clerk tries to insert the card with the chip he/she gets a nice error (additionally you can give him a reason that you washed your wallet with the card and chip is not working), and now most interesting part – once the terminal detects that chip is not functioning it switches back to magnetic stripe mode and allows you to swipe the card, all you have to do is to persuade the cashier to do it. Done!

Leave a Reply