Bank identification number checker

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The first six digits from a credit card number is also known as the bank identification number (bin).
The number between the bank identification number and the check digit is the customer account number.
The last digit is the check digit and is added to validate the authenticity of the credit card number (based on the Luhn algorithm).

Bank identification number on a credit card

The bank identification number is a unique number which can be used to search a bin database to check credit card information and thus prevent online credit card fraud. This service uses a bin database which provides the following information:
  • the name of the company who issued the credit card
  • the country where the credit card was issued
  • the credit card brand (MasterCard, Visa, American Express)
  • what kind of credit card it is (debit, credit)
  • the credit card level (platinum, premium, corporate etc.)
  • and the bank phone number
The information provided are not guaranteed to be correct, as they may not be current and, although the information is provided in good faith, Mobilefish.com is not in a position to check its validity.

YOU USE THIS SERVICE AT YOUR OWN RISK. MOBILEFISH.COM WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DATA LOSS, DAMAGES, LOSS OF PROFITS OR ANY OTHER KIND OF LOSS WHILE USING OR MISUSING THIS SERVICE.

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