What is a Bank Identification Number (BIN)?

What is a Bank Identification Number (BIN)?

The term bank identification number (BIN) refers to the first four to six numbers on a payment card. This set of numbers identifies the financial institution that issues the card. As such, it matches transactions to the issuer of the card being used.

What is BIN and CVV?

BIN: Bank Identification Number. CC: Credit Card. CCN: Credit Card Number. CVV/CVV2: Credit Verification Value (Card Security Code) SSN: Social Security Number.

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