Members: We have been notified that a dark web carding market has released a massive dump of 1,221,551 credit cards, allowing anyone to download them for free to conduct financial fraud.
The threat actors announced the credit card dump on Sunday to promote their new domains. The freely circulating file contains a mix of “fresh” cards expiring between 2023 and 2026 from around the world, but most entries appear to be from the United States. Analysts claim the cards mainly come from web skimmers, which are malicious scripts injected into checkout pages of hacked e-commerce sites.
Currently, we are working with our security partners to analyze the file of credit cards. If any active cards issued by us are found, we will contact the member immediately.
Please know: There is no charge to members for this service, and all cards are automatically covered by default. You do not have to register to have the peace of mind that your First Education debit and credit cards are being monitored.
If you would like more information on this member benefit, please call us at (307) 432-7400, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, send a text to (307) 432-7400, or start a conversation in AirTeller. Remember to never include personal information in an email or text message.