HOW TO CREATE A VIRTUAL CREDIT CARD FOR FREE?

Luckily, with the invention of virtual credit cards, you no longer have to worry about the safety of your data, nor about unexpected charges appearing on your credit card statements.

More and more people started using virtual credit cards as a means of protecting their personal information from CNP (card-not-present) frauds. 

Virtual credit cards come with a ton of useful features, such as fixed charge limits, single-retailer purchases, flexible expiration dates, etc.

SO WHAT EXACTLY IS A VIRTUAL CREDIT CARD?

A virtual card is a computer-generated temporary credit card that you create to prevent credit/debit card scams.

People usually create these cards to pay on high-risk websites where there is a higher risk of your credit card details to be leaked.

HOW DO YOU CREATE A VIRTUAL CREDIT CARD?

To create a virtual credit card, You have to signup into https://www.e-coin.io/. (I used bogus details to sign up)

Download “WireX App” from the play store.

Now login to the app using the same details as https://www.e-coin.io/.

Now select the option saying “Create New USD VIRTUAL CREDIT CARD” and the VCC is created.

Get back to the https://www.e-coin.io/ and select “Send CVV” (The Credit Card Number, Expiry Date, and CVV will be sent to your provided email).

Keep this information safe, you can access this information to log in from anywhere in the world, and can the app offers 12 digital currencies with good exchange rates as well.

WHAT ELSE DO THESE CARDS OFFER?

They Offer A Variety Of Currencies i.e bitcoin, Lithium, etc, And Very High-Security As Two Factor Authority As Well.

You can create a new virtual card for every new transaction and you can easily deactivate them whenever you want. There is no risk of these cards to get stolen or lost.

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