What is a BIN? The BIN (Bank Identification Number) is the first six digits on your plastic card which are used to determine the card's bank and country of origin, type and category of the card.
What is a INN? The IIN (Issuer Identification Number) is a unique number which is given to a bank from a payment system for execution of operations on issue and acquiring of plastic cards.
BIN code is a six-digit number range according to ISO (The International Organization for Standardization) / IEC 7812-1 which was issued in 2006. BIN number can be used to look up all the information about the card. You can find the next information:
The card itself attributes:
The first 6 digits are the bank identifier of the issuer (bank) that issued the card (BIN card), which a particular payment system assigns to a specific bank for a specific type of card.
The first digit of the BIN number of the card indicates membership in the payment system:
The numbers 7 through 15 are the identification number of the card and the card type (debit, credit or prepaid card), currency, region of issue.
The last 16 digit is the number by which the correctness of the card number is determined.
Every business can feel relieved with the associated security mechanism it offers, as they can feel a pulse of confidence which is naturally generated when BIN checker mechanism is in place. Our site allows checking the authenticity of the card online. For a given card number obtained from any transaction, the seller can search for and verify the information on the map of his claims by the user. The difference can provoke fraud. In this case, the seller must be careful.