Online issuer identification number database that support visa, mastercard and american express cards!  

Issuer identification number (IIN) Database

   The first 6 digits of a bank card number are known as the Issuer Identification Number (IIN), previously known as Bank Identification Number (BIN). Find card's issuing bank name in iin database!

- Up to date Issuer identification number database with over 80000 records
- IIN Database demo ( limited to 10 checks per day )
- Check card issuing bank name
- Check country of issuing bank
- Check funding type ( Debit, Credit or Prepaid )
- Check subtypes ( Electron, Classic, Gold, Business, Platinum ... )
- Check brand ( Visa, Mastercard, American Express ... )
- Additional info ( Contain chip or not, issuing city, bank's phone number ... )
- We can provide info for Solo, Switch, Maestro, Diners, Discover bank cards.
- Support Forum ( request are added to checker too )


Issuer identification number News



10/10/2010 - Website updated!
12/09/2010 - "Api" and "Client Area" developments started.
23/08/2010 - SSL Certificate installed.
22/08/2010 - 1400 New iins added to database
21/08/2010 - 100 New bins added
09/08/2010 - Iban generator / validator released.
03/08/2010 - Forum added - Please feel free to post not found bin in database!
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Prevent Fraud Attempts

  Knowledge is Power. Once you have access to additional information beyond a simple string of digits that is the card number, your risk management components can use that data to better estimate likelihood of fraudulence based on country of issue versus country of intended delivery. Questionable orders, for example where the card is issued by bank in Canada, but is being used to order a product to ship to Moldova, can be flagged for review and additional screening before order fulfillment can proceed.
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Reduce Chargebacks

  It's a fact: high customer chargeback ratio can break your business by significantly reducing profits or, worse, causing suspension of your merchant account once you exceed pre-defined ratio (usually ~2.5% of original debits). Canceling transactions that are fraudulent or carry high risk of chargeback is the only guaranteed way of keeping that ratio in check.
    Today`s typical customer is well accustomed to high-standard of user experiences all across the web and we want to help you meet and exceed their expectations.
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