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#1 Dox


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Posted 09 August 2003 - 09:41 PM

i bought a $20 calling card the other day and i've been looking at it and wondering a few things.
first off though some background info from the card itself

7-11 brand long distance
local access numbers for
vancouver 604 484-5131
victoria 250 953-6729
kelowna 250 712-5457
calgary 403 770-6992
edmonton 780 669-9841
winnipeg 204 480-9970
windsor 519 252-6131
london 519 646-3141
kitchener 519 658-5628
hamilton 905 570-8749
toronto 416 642-1922
ottawa 613 482-2372
quebec city 418 948-1832
montreal 514 448-7902
halifax 902 422-5692

toll free access: 1 800 853-1711
customer service: 1 800 803-1711

pin format: XXXX-XXX-XXXX

the service provider is verizon or something called XO
the cards have a magnetic stripe that gets swiped at the time of purchase. and i was wondering what was read off of the card, and what info was sent from the point of sale terminal after the card was swiped. they don't swipe the cards in the same machine as the debit cards and it gives a seperate receipt from the 7-11 purchase receipt.
that recipt looks like this:


merchant 020003029588
terminal 7000188
agent id 0865

date mm/dd/year
time 24 hour

prepaid phone card:

cardtype flat rate v
trx type actv
auth no. 350671
trx amt $20.00

current balance $20.00

** Powered by DataWave**

i still have to do a google for this datawave, but finding out the what and the how of the data transfer could probably lead to some interesting things.
and i'll try out calling the toll free and then "stacking" the other 'local dial' numbers ontop of it to see what will happen. will i be charged at a multiple of the current rate based on the number of local dial numbers i call? or will it even let me enter my pin while it's in use?

*edit* i just read that thread in the misc project page, ebay or a local distributer are the places to go for the card reader i guess.

#2 Dox


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Posted 09 August 2003 - 10:02 PM

i found out a bit more on the datawave system.
they have a number to recharge the card using a credit card of some sort by dialling this number 1-888-820-0588

i tried dialing around today and i was able to go from here to vancouver, and then connect to halifax and jump back to toronto with ease. it let me enter my pin 4 times without any fuss. i guess the next step is finding out if it blocks ani/ani II info. and google-ing some more.

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Posted 10 August 2003 - 11:37 PM

Man, I gotta get me one of those cards!

#4 Dox


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Posted 12 August 2003 - 11:01 AM

after a bit of web surfing i've run into some more info



if i really get into the swing of things i'll head over to 7-11 today and try to get some info out of the clerks and/or any phonenumbers/info from the terminal itself.

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Posted 12 August 2003 - 02:15 PM

damm your getting some infoz from the 7/11 fone cards... Dox is pimpin' the phreaks and geeks fourm with some good 0day

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Posted 12 August 2003 - 09:56 PM

a few more tid-bits to whet your appetite.

theres a serial number on the bottom of a $10 card i used up, which is identical to the serial number of a new card of mine until you get to the lower digits. the number is: 185256159

#7 lokey


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Posted 13 August 2003 - 09:32 AM

Hey Dox, did stacking the local numbers cause the rate to multiply?

#8 Dox


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Posted 13 August 2003 - 12:57 PM

it doesn't appear so.

i just tried it out and it let me stack several numbers over the period of roughly 3 minutes.
my inithal balance for this session was $16.30 and after all was said and done it was down to $16.12 it charges 5 cents per minute for access in canada so they added 3 cents onto it after all the looping *shrug* and i still have to test out if the stacking is of any benifit.

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