It is typically a six-digit number that begins with a 4.
For cardholders, a BIN is an identification number consisting of a two-part code assigned to banks and savings associations.
Do I need to create a new merchant account with my MSP when working with Shift4? Contact your MSP, as there are often configuration changes they need to make on their end to allow you to process through DOLLARS ON THE NET and to ensure compliant transactions. A: There is a fee to get your system set up and your staff trained on DOLLARS ON THE NET.
on internet u don't need PIN ( 4 words password which u enter in ATM Machine ), but for cashout u need.
Go to and type "Email Harvestor" or any Email Spider and search for e Bay Buyers and e Bay Sellers and u will get long list.
That list is not accurate but out of 1000 atleast 1 email would be valid. Well u create a clone page of ebay, and mail the list u create from spider with message, like "Your account has been hacked" or any reason that looks professional, and ask them to visit the link below and enter your info billing, and the scam page have programming when they enter their info it comes directly to your email.
payment gateway, using gift cards, account maintenance, and more. Shift4 deals with two types of BINs – one for merchants and another for cardholders.
If you can’t find the answer to your question here, please contact our 24/7/365, world-class Customer Support team at [email protected] 702.597.2480 (option 2). For a merchant, this number identifies the merchant bank.
The maximum length of the account number is 12 digits. The last digit is the checksum which we explained how to calculate using the MOD 10 algorithm.