JCB (Japanese Credit Bureau) credit cards are majorly used in Japan as such they are issued by companies based in Japan.
These credit cards are generally accepted by businesses that provide services in places such as hotels, restaurants, entertainments, car services, airlines, and Japanese métier retailers. They are also accepted by Discover and American Express traders.
According to the Major Industry Identifier, all JCB credit card numbers must be 16 digits long and contain 35 as their prefixes.
How JCB Credit Card Numbers Are Generated
For a credit card to be valid, it must be in compliance with the ISO/IEC 7812 and the Luhn algorithm. Thus, our JCB credit card generator is equipped with the ability to generate credit cards that are in compliance with these principles.
JCB credit cards, like other credit cards, contain vital information such as the Major Industry Identifier (MII), account holder name, bank account number, card verification value (CVV), expiration date, CVV2, and address of the cardholder.
The first two digits – 35 – indicates the industry where the credit card belongs to.
The first 6 digits represent the issuer’s identification number (IIN).
The next 7 digits of the JCB credit card number represent the personal account number of the account holder.
While the last digit, the checksum, is used to validate the account number.
Below is the Major Industry Identifier (MII) table, showing the prefixes of different industries.
|0||ISO/TC 68 and other industry assignments|
|2||Finance, Airlines, and other industry assignments|
|3||Entertainment and Travel|
|6||Merchandising and Banking and financial industry|
|7||Petroleum and related future industry assignment|
|8||Telecommunication, Healthcare and related future industry
|9||Reserved for assignments issued by national standards bodies|
Why Do I Need To Generate JCB Credit Cards Using A Fake Credit Card Generator?
The essence of this JCB Credit card generator is solely for verification, data testing, and security purposes.
Should you encounter an untrusted site which demands your credit card’s details, it is safe to use one of these valid ‘fake’ credit cards that hold no true value and cannot be traced back to you.
Revealing your actual credit card details puts you at the risk of being defrauded as the site now has a record of your financial details.
Please note that these cards do not hold any true value. The JCB credit card generator generates random names, addresses, expiration dates, CVV, CVV2, BIN, and account numbers as such they cannot be used for any purchase whether online or offline purchases.