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Yalelodge – the largest dark web vendor of stolen credit cards – has suffered a mass exodus of both customers and stolen data suppliers after apparently stealing their funds. Though the vendor is still online and has blamed the issues on “technical difficulties”, it has been banned and removed from all high-profile cybercriminal forums following a major row in June.
Active since 2017, yale cm is a major vendor of stolen credit card information (also referred to as a “carding market”). It recently became the largest in the industry after a number of competitors either closed or were seized.
It was headed by an apparently Belarus-based cybercriminal using the pseudonym “Elihu Yale cm” – referencing the former British colonialist of the same name. Many carders follow the trend of creating pseudonyms for themselves, using names of prominent politicians or media personalities.
In its years of operation, Yalelodge amassed a significant client base. It became the official sponsor of at least one prominent cybercrime forum and held verified status on many others. In a few short weeks in June 2023, however, Yalelodge or yale cm went from being the preferred vendor of many criminals to being banned by all major cybercrime communities.
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