Credit card, PII details of 320k+ US customers sold on RaidForums

RaidForums VIP user VOW leaks sensitive information of as many as 199 credit card customers as a sample and claims to have details of over 320k customers.
Updated on
April 19, 2023
Published on
April 9, 2020
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A V.I.P. user on the hacking community RaidForums, VOW, claims to have the credit card details and PII of over 320k US customers. For anyone interested in buying the database, the user has provided a sample of 200 lines from the document, which has the details of as many as 199 customers. Furthermore, for more details on the price and the database, prospective customers are instructed to message the user personally.
Screenshot of RaidForum user VOWs announcement of the sale
Screenshot of RaidForum user VOWs announcement of the sale
A detailed examination of the sample document shows that, even though the document does not include CVVs or PINs of credit cards, it has the following details of the card holder:
  • First name, middle name, last name
  • Gender
  • Date of birth
  • Phone number (mobile and residential)
  • Complete residential addresses with zip code
  • Complete office addresses with zip code
  • Email ID
  • Credit card number
  • Customer ID
  • Credit score
  • Employee status
  • Occupation
  • Annual Income
  • Housing status
  • Monthly housing payment
  • Average expenses on the card (yearly, monthly, half yearly, quarterly)

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