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10060395072?profile=RESIZE_400xUniCC, the biggest dark web marketplace for stolen credit and debit cards, has announced that it is closing its operations after earning $358 million in purchases since 2013 using cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ether, and Dash.  It operated since 2014 and offers credit cards of all brands (Amex, Visa, MasterCard, Diner’s Club).  It is also one of the most popular markets because it updates very frequently with new offers.

“Our team retires. Thanks to everyone who has been part of us

8082894658?profile=RESIZE_400xThere is no shortage of places within the Internet's dark market where stolen credit and debit card information is sold.  Most of them, truth be told, are criminal chancers trading in recycled data from old breaches; bargains are to be held for fraudsters willing to take a gamble that some of the bundle of payment cards they have bought will actually be usable.  Not only is it the biggest, but Joker's Stash, which was established in 2014, prides itself on traders selling the "freshest" of paymen