New stunning research shows the average estimated price for stolen credit and debit cards: $5 to $30 in the United States; $20 to $35 in the United Kingdom; $20 to $40 in Canada; $21 to $40 in Australia; and $25 to $45 in the European Union. Also, bank login credentials for a $2,200 balance bank account selling for $190.
Cash dollar volume (CDV) has remained relatively flat for Visa and MasterCard credit cards, but has risen 4.8% year-on-year (YOY) on U.S. debit cards, according to CardData.
MasterCard’s average ticket (TIX) per purchase for U.S. credit cards has increased 10.3% since 2009, compared to Visa’s decrease of 1.9% during the same five year period. MasterCard’s average U.S. debit card purchase TIX runs about 4.8% higher than Visa’s since 2009. According to CardData, the MasterCard average TIX for full-year 2014 for credit cards is $90.23 and $39.42 for debit cards, up $8.39 and 8 cents respectively, compared to 2010.
Visa’s average ticket (TIX) per point-of-sale (POS) purchase has been rock solid for the past five years. According to CardData, the Visa average TIX for full-year 2014 for credit cards is $84.18 and $37.57 for debit cards, down 60 cents and up 48 cents respectively, compared to 2010.