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    Fake Identity Generator

    Pretty cool:

    http://www.fakenamegenerator.com/faq.php

    http://www.fakenamegenerator.com/gen-random-us-us.php

    It even generates a fake credit card number which will not be able to buy anything, but will pass a "validation test" provided nothing is charged/authorized from it. This is good to use for shady porn sites (or similar suspicious sites) which claim they want your CC but won't charge it.

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    wow, pretty cool. bookmarked

    This is good to use for shady porn sites (or similar suspicious sites) which claim they want your CC but won't charge it.
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    Awesome.

    Perfect for "free trials" that require credit card.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Druff View Post
    Pretty cool:

    http://www.fakenamegenerator.com/faq.php

    http://www.fakenamegenerator.com/gen-random-us-us.php

    It even generates a fake credit card number which will not be able to buy anything, but will pass a "validation test" provided nothing is charged/authorized from it. This is good to use for shady porn sites (or similar suspicious sites) which claim they want your CC but won't charge it.
    Found this a few months ago, decided to try it out on UFC.tv and WWE.com for free trials on both, just to see it it worked. In these specific cases, it did not.
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    "So, yeah. I'm definitely a total fucking retard".
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    Good one!!!!

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    I've used that site for a few years, but never thought that the CC was any use. Good call.
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    yEBSITE is this true?

     
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    most sites that have a "free trial" subscription actually put a pending charge on your credit card when you signup.

    according to them technically its not a charge even tho the money is locked up on your credit card as pending because if you cancel during the trial period they will release the funds back to you

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    For stuff like that I have a prepaid Visa giftcard from Wal-Mart. It has about $10 on it. If someone offering a free trial turns out to be shady (and they often do), then that's the most they can get from me.
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    One sure use of these fake CCs is on Priceline.

    I know for certain that it "works" there for bidding.

    That is, you can't actually get a room, but you can use the fake identity/CC to name your own price, and lowball the fuck out of them until you get something you like. Keep repeating with different identities/CCs (in Chrome Incognito mode, so no cookies save) until you get a price you like.

    Once your price gets accepted, it will try to charge the card and fail, and then it will tell you "there's a problem with your payment".

    Then you just close it, sign in as yourself, and bid the identical price.

    This will also help you find good prices to use for bidding: http://www.betterbidding.com

    None of this is illegal, because you're not actually charging anything to these cards, and the cards themselves are fake and not registered to anyone.

     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Druff View Post
    One sure use of these fake CCs is on Priceline.

    I know for certain that it "works" there for bidding.

    That is, you can't actually get a room, but you can use the fake identity/CC to name your own price, and lowball the fuck out of them until you get something you like. Keep repeating with different identities/CCs (in Chrome Incognito mode, so no cookies save) until you get a price you like.

    Once your price gets accepted, it will try to charge the card and fail, and then it will tell you "there's a problem with your payment".

    Then you just close it, sign in as yourself, and bid the identical price.

    This will also help you find good prices to use for bidding: http://www.betterbidding.com

    None of this is illegal, because you're not actually charging anything to these cards, and the cards themselves are fake and not registered to anyone.
    Besides the fraud part completely legal.

     
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    druff I need an investor for a bit coin poker site. Its legal because we take fake CCS though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gimmick View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Druff View Post
    One sure use of these fake CCs is on Priceline.

    I know for certain that it "works" there for bidding.

    That is, you can't actually get a room, but you can use the fake identity/CC to name your own price, and lowball the fuck out of them until you get something you like. Keep repeating with different identities/CCs (in Chrome Incognito mode, so no cookies save) until you get a price you like.

    Once your price gets accepted, it will try to charge the card and fail, and then it will tell you "there's a problem with your payment".

    Then you just close it, sign in as yourself, and bid the identical price.

    This will also help you find good prices to use for bidding: http://www.betterbidding.com

    None of this is illegal, because you're not actually charging anything to these cards, and the cards themselves are fake and not registered to anyone.
    Besides the fraud part completely legal.
    There is no fraud.

    There is nothing illegal about submitting orders with phony credit card numbers that you know will get rejected.

    Fraud only occurs when you pay for something with an account that you don't own (or, alternately, get something for free that you should otherwise be paying for.)

    Here you are using a "placeholder" fake CC to see what price it will accept, and then using your real payment info once you find a price that you like.

    Sure, you're gaming the system, but that's a flaw in their design, rather than anything illegal on the customer's part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Druff View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by gimmick View Post

    Besides the fraud part completely legal.
    There is no fraud.

    There is nothing illegal about submitting orders with phony credit card numbers that you know will get rejected.

    Fraud only occurs when you pay for something with an account that you don't own (or, alternately, get something for free that you should otherwise be paying for.)

    Here you are using a "placeholder" fake CC to see what price it will accept, and then using your real payment info once you find a price that you like.

    Sure, you're gaming the system, but that's a flaw in their design, rather than anything illegal on the customer's part.
    What if for some reason it happens to go through?

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    Quote Originally Posted by simpdog View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Druff View Post

    There is no fraud.

    There is nothing illegal about submitting orders with phony credit card numbers that you know will get rejected.

    Fraud only occurs when you pay for something with an account that you don't own (or, alternately, get something for free that you should otherwise be paying for.)

    Here you are using a "placeholder" fake CC to see what price it will accept, and then using your real payment info once you find a price that you like.

    Sure, you're gaming the system, but that's a flaw in their design, rather than anything illegal on the customer's part.
    What if for some reason it happens to go through?
    The site promises that the cards are in an inactive range, and they will fail authorization.

    And if by some fluke they went through, you could call Priceline and tell them it was mistaken and that you just entered random info to test the system, and to cancel everything.

    You could only be charged/convicted of fraud if you were honestly attempting to stay at these hotels using fraudulent cards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Druff View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by gimmick View Post

    Besides the fraud part completely legal.
    There is no fraud.

    There is nothing illegal about submitting orders with phony credit card numbers that you know will get rejected.

    Fraud only occurs when you pay for something with an account that you don't own (or, alternately, get something for free that you should otherwise be paying for.)

    Here you are using a "placeholder" fake CC to see what price it will accept, and then using your real payment info once you find a price that you like.

    Sure, you're gaming the system, but that's a flaw in their design, rather than anything illegal on the customer's part.
    In law, fraud is deliberate deception to secure unfair or unlawful gain. If you can't see how that applies here then i really can't help you. Identity theft is not a requirement for fraud. You don't need to get the shit for free for it to be a fraud. This really isn't too far from "if it scans it's legal" logic.

     
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    Quote Originally Posted by gimmick View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Druff View Post

    There is no fraud.

    There is nothing illegal about submitting orders with phony credit card numbers that you know will get rejected.

    Fraud only occurs when you pay for something with an account that you don't own (or, alternately, get something for free that you should otherwise be paying for.)

    Here you are using a "placeholder" fake CC to see what price it will accept, and then using your real payment info once you find a price that you like.

    Sure, you're gaming the system, but that's a flaw in their design, rather than anything illegal on the customer's part.
    In law, fraud is deliberate deception to secure unfair or unlawful gain. If you can't see how that applies here then i really can't help you. Identity theft is not a requirement for fraud. You don't need to get the shit for free for it to be a fraud. This really isn't too far from "if it scans it's legal" logic.
    Druff is essentially saying angle shooting is within the confines of the rules so he is ok with it. Druff is perfectly fine with angle shooting
    It's hilarious that we as a society think everyone can be a dr, a lawyer, an engineer. Some people are just fucking stupid. Why can't we just accept that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gimmick View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Druff View Post

    There is no fraud.

    There is nothing illegal about submitting orders with phony credit card numbers that you know will get rejected.

    Fraud only occurs when you pay for something with an account that you don't own (or, alternately, get something for free that you should otherwise be paying for.)

    Here you are using a "placeholder" fake CC to see what price it will accept, and then using your real payment info once you find a price that you like.

    Sure, you're gaming the system, but that's a flaw in their design, rather than anything illegal on the customer's part.
    In law, fraud is deliberate deception to secure unfair or unlawful gain. If you can't see how that applies here then i really can't help you. Identity theft is not a requirement for fraud. You don't need to get the shit for free for it to be a fraud. This really isn't too far from "if it scans it's legal" logic.
    There is no "deception" here.

    Deception would be walking into a hotel, claiming to be the owner's brother, and getting a room for 75% off based upon that.

    There is no requirement to enter valid information into a hotel bidding form, provided you aren't trying to pay with unlawful means.

    Let's take the credit card element out of it, for argument's sake. Say Priceline let you place a bid WITHOUT a credit card, but asked for your name, address, and e-mail. If you put in a bunch of phony BS there to test the system, would there be any fraud involved? Obviously not.

    So here there's one more step: Putting in a known phony credit card that you know it won't actually charge. Basically it's the equivalent of letting your cat walk on the keyboard when it asks for the credit card number.

    Again, not fraud.

    You are never required by law to enter truthful information in a commercial website, unless you are actually making a purchase. If the website is stupid and tips its hand when you enter phony information enough times, that's a design flaw, not a crime on the part of the savvy customer who realizes it.

    Similarly, I could not have you arrested and prosecuted for signing up on PFA using phony information, even if the site's TOS demanded your accurate name and address.

    But let's say for a moment that you're correct and this is technically fraud.

    Could you ever possibly see anyone getting arrested and charged for doing this? Obviously not. If you think the police are going to come after someone who angle-shot priceline to know the lowest amount to bid, then I don't know what to tell YOU.

    So what's your point here? Do you feel sorry for Priceline or something? Because if you do, I can tell you plenty of shady shit they did back when I used them in the early 2000s.

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