Largest dark web market for stolen cards UniCC calls it quits

UniCC marketplace has been active on the dark web since 2013 however its team has called its quits due to “age” and “health” related issues.

UniCC, Dark Web’s one of the biggest carding platforms, has announced to retire from the industry. The shop has been active since 2013. 

UniCC specialized in carding, which basically refers to credit card fraud and selling/trading of stolen cards’ details, which buyers later used to make unauthorized transactions, perform identity theft, and clone cards. Since 2013, the market has made $358 million in cryptocurrencies purchases.

UniCC’s Farewell Post

UniCC posted their farewell message on various Dark Web forums in English and Russian. According to blockchain forensics firm, Elliptic Enterprises Ltd., UniCC clearly stated that it is shutting down in its retirement message. The message read:

“Our team retires. Thanks to everyone who has been part of us for years. To loyal partners, clients, and colleagues who assisted us in many ways, I would separately thank each one, but it is not professional. If I or some of our team members failed your expectations – we truly sorry.”

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