Did you know that working bins could be used to create premium accounts for FREE? Hello Rontech Community. This is one of the most sought and asked-for tutorials in the forum. Well, today I am going to tell you more about BINS including what they are, how to use them, and how to get working ones. Essentially, we are going to cover as much as we can. By the time you finish the article, you will be more than impressed and knowledgeable about BINS. So, stay tuned, relax, and enjoy.
DISCLAIMER: This tutorial is only for educational purposes. Rontech will not be liable for its abuse. Stay safe and stay Rontech. You are liable for everything that you do.
Working Bins Acronyms
The following are some of the acronyms you are going to encounter severally throughout this article. Therefore, it is wise that you acquaint yourself with them.
- BIN-Bank identification Number
- ANSI-American National Standards Institute
- ISO-International Organization for Standardization
- NPO-Non-Profit Organization
- NGO-Non-governmental organization
What are Working Bins
A BIN is a unique initial set of between 4-6 numbers that are found on any payment card, that is credit cards, debit cards, gift cards, prepaid cards, or electronic benefit cards. In most cases, it is the first 6 digits of a card. BINS can also be called issuer identification numbers (IINs). This numbering system is developed by a non-profit organization called the ANSI, which also sets the business standards within the United States.
A specific set of numbers (prefix) identifies the issue of the card, which means that different institutions have a different prefix for the card number. However, the first digit refers to the network that generated the card, also known as Major Industry Identifier (MII). For instance, the MII for a visa credit card begins with 4, which represents the banking and financial category (Source: Investopedia).
Digits 2 to 6 provide the identifier for a particular institution while 7-15 are unique personal identifies, which identify the cardholder’s name. The last digit (digit 16) verifies that the card numbers are accurate and aren’t put incorrectly. This is what we refer to as the anatomy of cards. (Source: Credit Card Insider).
On the other hand, ISO is an international NGO that sets an array of standards for different industries worldwide including financial, airline, fashion, and much more.
How Bins Work
All the payment cards listed above come with a BIN number that is embossed on the front of the card. During online payment, a customer is required to enter his or her details on the payment page. After submitting the first 6 digits, BINS as we have known now, the merchant can determine the card issuer such as Mastercard or American Express.
Why Bins are so important?
I can’t emphasize enough how much BINS have become very important. From a merchant perspective, it allows them to accept a wide range of payments as well as fasten the payment process. They can also determine the originating banks coupled with their addresses and contact details. This is particularly important when processing payments that are geo-restricted. For instance, you cannot pay for let’s say Spotify subscription with the country set to the United States, with a card that is not issued by US issuers.
I think you might have seen such an error message that the transaction has been declined despite inputting accurate card details and having sufficient funds in the card. It is because the merchant can determine whether the issuing bank is located in the same country as the device being used to make the payment. Another significant benefit of BINS is that they enable the merchant to examine and assess their payment card transaction. BINS can also help to confirm the customer’s address information.
Now the most important benefit or function of BINS is to identify identity theft. According to a 2020 report by Insurance Information Institute (III), identity theft has been on the rise since 2016 and constituted 29% of consumer complaints. Moreover, 29.7% of the top 5 identity theft cases involved credit card fraud (source: Insurance Information Institute). This is why the BIN numbering system is important in identity theft cases or security breaches by comparing card holder’s data against the issuer address.
What are BINS used for?
Just like any other credit, debit, prepaid, or gift card, working BINS perform the same functions. The same way you would use your credit or prepaid card to pay for items online such as subscriptions to Netflix, Hulu, Grammarly, and much more, is the same way you use these working BINS. The only difference is that these BINS in most cases don’t always have any balance which makes them suitable for use on sites offering a trial for their subscription. The use of BINS offers one of the best methods to creating premium accounts.
Therefore, with BINS, you have the chance to get all the premium features of a site without the need to worry about your card being charged. Isn’t that interesting? Now, let’s dive into how we could use a BIN to create a premium account. This is where you now start seeing magic and things start to get interesting.
How to make credit cards from Bins
There are a plethora of websites that you could use to generate credit cards using working BINS. All you need is a working BIN (The 6 digits), paste it on the site and click generate, the site will automatically generate a Credit card with CVV randomly.
Once you have generated your credit card details, you don’t have to check your live card provided the BIN used is working. Nevertheless, in case you need to check, then CC Checker is the best place to be.
Is the use of Working BINS legal?
Well, from my perspective, I think this method is illegal. Wait a sec! Don’t just panic yet. First, ask yourself, why the free trials? Why are new users offered FREE TRIALS? Your guess is as right as mine. Service providers offer new customers FREE trials with the intention of subscribing to their services after the trial duration expires. It then means that they expect you to use your real card. This method while it generates real numbers attached to specific issues, the expiry date and CCV are just randomized.
Besides, they have zero balances. Therefore, service providers who aren’t very strict, allow their platforms to use these generated cards, though obliviously. However, strict service providers like NETFLIX charge some amounts on your card when subscribing for a free trial to detect whether the card is real, as such making their platforms foolproof. With this in mind, be the judge.
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How to use BINS on any site- Skillshare premium account for FREE
Now, this is the cherry on the cake. We are going to get Skillshare Premium by using a working Skillshare BIN. We DON’T NEED a credit card. So, follow the process below.
- Get a working BIN for skillshare account
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- Go to this site to generate a credit card: WEBSITE
- Input the working BIN with the XXXX in the BIN section(You can just copy/paste to make your work easier. Leave the rest of the sections the way they are and click generate cards.
- Now head over to the Skillshare website and create an account. Skillshare.com (Use this link). Put in your names and email, and click sign up.
- On the new Page, you will see start you free for 7 days. Key in any of the credit cards generated by the credit card generator in step 3.
- We want 3 months, so we are going to apply gift Card or Discount Code. Use the Promo Code provided in step one. Paste it and click apply. You will see your trial duration extended to 3 months.
- Now click, start your free 3 months.
- Voila! You have successfully created a SKILLSHARE PREMIUM account valid for 3 months by using a skillshare working BIN
- After 3 months if you need to extend your subscription, you will need to provide your working credit card.
- Please note that most of the BINS aren’t general, which means that the same BIN for Skillshare can’t be used for let’s say Netflix and vice versa.
- Also, BINS are country-specific, so if you are in a different country from the BIN, you may need to change your IP address. A good VPN is the way to go.
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- Lastly, BINS change, so by the time you are reading this post, the BIN provided might or mightn’t work. So, to ensure you remain updated and get the working BINS, join our telegram channel, subscribe on YOUTUBE, and join Rontech Community here on the website, in the Forum Menu.
Once again, this is purely for educational purposes. You are fully responsible for your actions.
BINS are fundamental in the payment process and offer an array of benefits including identifying identity theft. We can use BIN Method to try different platforms that offer trials, which is one of the major benefits of this method, especially for individuals who just want to enjoy the premium features without paying a cent. However, it is imperative to note that you should not use this information for illegal use. In such an event you will be fully liable for your actions.
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