Before you ask no I haven't got anyone's credit card details.
Instead take a look at some of the amusing feedback I have received by e-mail.
In testing situations any expiry date within the next 3 years should work Feedback forces me to clarify this: These are NOT valid credit card numbers. They are random numbers that happen to conform to the MOD 10 algorithm.
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[graham] The numbers are random, so technically there is a chance.
You’d have to pick a number that is actually in use, then guess the correct name, address and CVV number for the bank to approve the transaction.
Credit card numbers that conform to the Luhn formula (MOD 10 check).
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The only real restriction is that the expiry date needs to be sometime in the future – even if only a few days. I know what a pain in the [tush] it’s gotta be to wade through all the slime at the shallow end of the gene-pool. Re: Feature request: I would like to generate numbers starting at a particular point, and get the (for example), next 50 or hundred valid numbers starting at that point that I can export to a text file.
(what I really want is a number generator, I could code it myself but just dont’ have the bandwidth.) This way I can generate “blocks” of numbers, and assign them to particular testers – and when I go look on the test site, I can tell which tester did what, based on the number used.