Dark Web Price Index 2021

Zachary Ignoffo

By Zachary Ignoffo . 8 August 2022

Data Privacy Specialist

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You wouldn’t know it by watching the news, with everything that’s been happening surrounding the pandemic and global politics, but up until this point, 2020 and 2021 have been some of the worst years for cyber attacks.

Prominent corporations and organizations like NASA, McDonald’s, Microsoft, T-Mobile, Lockheed Martin, and even cybersecurity companies FireEye and SolarWinds have been victims of serious breaches in 2020 alone.

Where does all of this leaked information end up? For sale on the Dark Web, of course. We investigated how the Dark Web market has changed since our previously reported Dark Web Price Index 2020, so you can understand what your personal information is worth and why you should protect it.

IMPORTANT UPDATE: We released our 2022 version of this research. Please head over there for up-to-date and accurate data.

Info reflects data updated on September 9 2021.

This is what we found:

Category Product Avg. dark web Price (USD)
Credit Card Data Cloned Mastercard with PIN $25
Cloned American Express with PIN $35
Cloned VISA with PIN $25
Credit card details, account balance up to $1,000 $150
Credit card details, account balance up to $5,000 $240
Stolen online banking logins, minimum $100 on account $40
Stolen online banking logins, minimum $2,000 on account $120
Walmart account with credit card attached $14
Hacked (Global) credit card details with CVV $35
USA hacked credit card details with CVV $17
UK hacked credit card details with CVV $20
Canada hacked credit card details with CVV $28
Australia hacked credit card details with CVV $30
Israel hacked credit card details with CVV $65
Spain hacked credit card details with CVV $40
Japan hacked credit card details with CVV $40
Payment processing services Stolen PayPal account details, minimum $100 $30
Stolen PayPal account details, minimum $1,000 $120
PayPal transfers from stolen account, $100-$1,000 $50
PayPal transfer from stolen account, $1,000 – $3,000 $340
PayPal transfers from stolen account, $3,000+ $180
Western Union transfer from stolen account, above $1,000 $45
Stolen PayPal account details, no balance $14
Stolen UK fully verified Skrill account details $200
Hacked TransferGo account $510
50 Hacked PayPal account logins $200
Hacked UK Neteller account $70
Hacked PerfectMoney account $160
Hacked Weststein Card account $710
Movo.Cash Login $14
Hacked Western Union Account $45
Verified Stripe account with payment gateway $1,000
Crypto Accounts Hacked Coinbase verified account $610
USA verified LocalBitcoins account $350
Crypto.com verified account $300
Coinfield.com verified account $410
Kraken verified account $810
Cex.io verified account $710
Blockchain.com verified account $310
Binance verified account $410
Social Media Hacked Facebook account $65
Hacked Instagram account $45
Hacked Twitter account $35
Hacked Gmail account $80
Instagram followers x 1000 $5
Spotify followers x 1000 $2
Twitch followers x 1000 $5
LinkedIn company page followers x 1000 $12
Pinterest followers x 1000 $4
Soundcloud plays x 1000 $1
Twitter retweets x 1000 $25
Instagram likes x 1000 $5
Hacked Services Uber driver hacked account $14
Uber hacked account $8
ZipCar account $12
Bet365 account $50
Lykke account $260
FedEx account $22+
Netflix account – 1 year subscription $44
Kaspersky account $8
Various adult site accounts $5
Canva Pro yearly $6
NBA League Pass $8
Orange TV $4
Hulu $5
The Telegraph UK Premium $7
CNBC Pro $3
Netflix 4K 1 year $4
HBO $4
Ancestry.com $8
Adobe Creative Cloud 1 year $160
eBay account with good reputation (1,000+ feedback) $1,000
Forged Documents – Scans Alberta CA Drivers License (scan) $32
Minnesota drivers license $20
Utility Bill templates $39+
US Business cheque templates $15
NSW (Australia) drivers license $20
Russian passport scan $100
New York drivers license $80
USA selfie with holding ID $100
US valid social security number $2
Forged Documents – Physical Fake US Green Card $150
New Jersey ID $50
Netherlands Passport $4,000
Poland Passport $4,000
Indiana ID $185
Texas ID $145
Utah ID $160
European Union National ID (avg.) $120
Latvian National ID $500
Louisiana ID $125
Montana ID $150
Nevada ID $160
Delaware ID $185
France Passport $4,000
Lithuanian passport $1,500
Maltese Passport $6,500
Maltese Passport $6,500
Various European Union passports $4,000
US driver’s license $100
Email Database Dumps Fake US Green Card $150
600k New Zealand emails $10
350k Czech emails $10
2,4 million Canada emails $10
4,78 million Mexico emails $10
380k Austria emails $10
Private USA dentists database 122k $50
USA Voter Database (various states) $100
Malware Global low quality, slow speed, low success rate x 1000 $50
Europe low quality, slow speed, low success rate x 1000 $320
USA, CA, UK, AU low quality, slow speed, low success rate x 1000 $900
Global med quality, 70% success rate x 1000 $80
Europe med quality, 70% success rate x 1000 $500
USA only med quality, 70% success rate x 1000 $1,000
USA, CA, UK, AU med quality, 70% success rate x 1000 $1,400
Europe fresh high quality x 1000 $2,500
Europe aged high quality x 1000 $1,200
USA high quality x 1000 $1,900
CA high quality x 1000 $1,400
UK high quality x 1000 $2,200
Android x 1000 $900
Premium x 1000 $5,000
DDOS Attacks Unprotected website, 10-50k requests per second, 1 hour $15
Unprotected website, 10-50k requests per second, 24 hours $50
Unprotected website, 10-50k requests per second, 1 week $500
Unprotected website, 10-50k requests per second, 1 month $1,000
Europe low quality, slow speed, low success rate x 1000 $320
Premium protected website, 20-50k requests per second, multiple elite proxies, 24 hours $200
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We also have guides on finding a Stake VPN and a Zattoo VPN.

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What We Found

As predicted, there is much more volume being sold now than last year, with fake ID and credit card vendors reporting sales in the several thousand. The quantity and the variety of items to purchase have also grown, such as hacked crypto accounts and web services like Uber accounts.

This is a vendor profile of someone selling stolen credit card data. It has accumulated more than 1,000 sales and over 600 positive reviews in just a year:

Dark Web Vendor Profile

There are hundreds of vendors like the above.

With the massive influx of supply, buyers seem to be gravitating towards bigger, “trustworthy” sites, with White House Market holding the largest market share of sales. The Dark Web markets are even starting to parody traditional markets with comical offers of “buy two cloned credit cards and get 1 for free!!” example.

To mitigate detection and tracking by law enforcement, the Dark Web is moving towards increased security on all ends. The markets have abandoned Bitcoin (BTC) as it is not secure, and vendors are demanding buyers to use Monero as payment and communicate only through PGP encryption.

Our methodology was to scan dark web marketplaces, forums, and websites, to create an index of the average prices for a range of specific products.

To further illustrate how this marketplace is thriving, below you can find a snapshot of a vendor profile with buyer ratings. This fake ID vendor seemingly registers sales every day:

Dark Web Vendor Feedback

Cloned Credit Cards and Cardholder Data

Despite the increasing supply, prices for cloned credit cards and associated cardholder data seemed to increase across the board. The price increase is likely due to factors like the rising risks of attaining the information, the growing benefit for buyers to use the report, the increased quality/accuracy of the card data, or just good ol’ inflation.

Vendors of stolen credit card data tend to offer a guarantee of 80%, meaning that two out of every ten cards are either inaccurate or have less than the advertised balance. Credit card records and cardholder data are typically sold in the format [CC|MM|YY|CVV|HOLDER_NAME|ZIP|CITY|ADDRESS|EMAIL|PHONE], the first four sections are card details, and the following five sections show the cardholder information.

Updated Pricing (Oct. 2020 to Feb. 2021)

Product Avg. Price USD (2020) Avg. Price USD (2021) YoY Difference
Cloned Mastercard with PIN $15 $25 +$10
Cloned American Express with PIN $35 $35 $0
Cloned VISA with PIN $25 $25 $0
Credit card details, account balance up to $1,000 $12 $15 +$3
Credit card details, account balance up to $5,000 $20 $24 +$4
Stolen online banking logins, minimum $100 on account $35 $40 +$5
Stolen online banking logins, minimum $2,000 on account $65 $120 +$55
Walmart account with credit card attached $10 $14 +$4

We have also includes several new “products” that weren’t covered in our 2020 version of this index.

New Products on Price Index

Credit Card Details Avg. Price USD (2021)
Hacked (Global) credit card details with CVV $35
USA hacked credit card details with CVV $17
UK hacked credit card details with CVV $20
Canada hacked credit card details with CVV $28
Australia hacked credit card details with CVV $30
Israel hacked credit card details with CVV $65
Spain hacked credit card details with CVV $40
Japan hacked credit card details with CVV $40

Many new listings of credit card details are categorized by country, which suggests where the breach took place, the credit card details’ accuracy, and the stolen data’s usefulness.

You can see that the USA hacked credit card details are valued the lowest (due to high supply), and Israel the highest.

Example of stolen credit cards being sold on the dark web (vendor names have been removed):

Dark Web Stolen Credit Cards

Payment Processing Services

PayPal account details are easily the most abundant items listed on these dark web marketplaces, and as such, they’re extremely inexpensive to purchase. The more expensive option is actual transfers from a hacked account.

As you can see in the below table, account details have dropped significantly in price, while the cost of transfers has increased.

Another commonly listed item is guided on how to cash out the transfer without alerting the authorities to accompany the purchase of payment processing accounts. These guides sell for cents on the dollar, and whether they work remains unclear.

Updated Pricing (Oct. 2020 to Feb. 2021)

Payment Processing ServicesAvg. Price USD (2020)Avg. Price USD (2021)YoY Difference

Stolen PayPal account details, minimum $100 $199 $30 -$169
Stolen PayPal account details, minimum $1,000 $120
PayPal transfers from stolen account, $100-$1,000 $5
PayPal transfers from stolen account, $1,000-$3,000 $320 $340 +$20
PayPal Transfer from stolen account, $3,000+ $156 $180 +$24
Western Union verified account $98 $45 -$53

New Products on Price Index

Payment Processing Services Avg. Price USD (2021)
Stolen PayPal account details, no balance $14
Hacked TransferGo account $510
50 Hacked PayPal account logins $200
Hacked UK Neteller account $70
Hacked PerfectMoney account $160
Hacked Weststein Card account $710
Movo.Cash Login $14
Hacked Western Union Account $45
Verified Stripe account with payment gateway $1,000

Payment processors have become increasingly prevalent as retailers accept mobile payments and other forms of online payment. These payment processors vary in cybersecurity capabilities and insurance, so the value of a hacked account is likely to fluctuate.

Example of stolen banking and payment processing information being sold on the dark web:

Bank Logins Dark Web

Crypto Accounts

Hacked crypto accounts seem to be one of the most valuable items for purchase. Due to the skyrocketing prices of BTC and other cryptocurrencies, hacked accounts may hold large sums of coin-based currency and cash, protected by simple security measures after the initial verification process.

The high-value accounts matched with abundant BTC ATMs for anonymous cash-out make crypto accounts a very valuable item for hackers.

Crypto $Avg. Price USD (2021)
Hacked Coinbase verified account $610
USA verified LocalBitcoins account $350
Crypto.com verified account $300
Coinfield.com verified account $410
Kraken verified account $810
Cex.io verified account $710
Blockchain.com verified account $310
Binance verified account $410

Example listings of hacked cryptocurrency site accounts being sold:

Dark Web Crypto Accounts

Social Media

Whether it’s the increased supply of hacked information or the diminishing value of an individual hacked account, prices for hacked social media accounts seem to be dropping across all platforms. Additionally, offers to hack specific accounts or sell them were relatively scarce, but there were still some.

Given the recent increase in security measures (e.g., MFA, account locks on too many attempted passwords) implemented by social media platforms, hackers must resort to social engineering techniques to gain login credentials, which is a very labor-intensive endeavor for a relatively low success ratio.

Also worth noting is the extremely low cost of social engagement (e.g., likes and follows). This proves how easy it is for some to gain influence through social proof with just a few bucks.

Updated Pricing (Oct. 2020 to Feb. 2021)

Social Media Avg. Price USD (2020) Avg. Price USD (2021) YoY Difference
Hacked Facebook account $75 $65 -$10
Hacked Instagram account $55 $45 -$10
Hacked Twitter account $49 $35 -$14
Hacked Gmail account $156 $80 -$76
Instagram followers x 1000 $7 $5 -$2
Spotify followers x 1000 $3 $2 -$1
Twitch followers x 1000 $6 $5 -$1
LinkedIn x 1000 $10 $12 +$2
Pinterest followers x 1000 $5 $4 -$1
Soundcloud plays x 1000 $1 $1 $0
Twitter retweets x 1000 $25 $25 $0
Instagram likes x 1000 $6 $5 -$1

Example of hacked social media accounts for sale:

Dark Web Social Media

Hacked Services

Vendors sell access to paid online subscription services at lower prices for those willing to take the risk.

Hacked Services Avg. Price USD (2021)
Uber driver hacked account $14
Uber hacked account $8
ZipCar account $12
Bet365 account $50
Lykke account $260
FedEx account $22+
Netflix account – 1 year subscription $44
Kaspersky account $8
Various adult site accounts $5
Canva Pro yearly $6
NBA League Pass $8
Orange TV $4
Hulu $5
The Telegraph UK Premium $7
CNBC Pro $3
Netflix 4K 1 year $4
HBO $4
Ancestry.com $8
Adobe Creative Cloud 1 year $160
eBay account with good reputation (1,000+ feedback) $1,000

Examples of various hacked online accounts being sold:

Dark Web Hacked Services

Forged Documents - Scans and Physical

Forged documents are available as digital scans or as physical documents. Depending on the vendor, they are highly customizable and can be made with any details the buyer wants. With just a few pieces of real information, a criminal could create an entire file of forged official-looking documents.

Document scans with a selfie are another valuable purchase as they can be used for SIM swap attacks and personal data access requests in California and the EU.

Besides the documents listed in the table below, counterfeit money is extremely prevalent, mainly in denominations of 20 or 50 USD. The reported “high-quality” counterfeit banknotes typically cost around 30% of the banknote value. We found that USD, EUR, GBP, CAD, and AUD were the most common, and some came with a UV pen test guarantee.

Alberta CA Drivers License (scan)$32

Document Scans Avg. Price USD (2021)
Minnesota drivers license $20
Utility Bill templates $39+
US Business cheque templates $15
NSW (Australia) drivers license $20
Russian passport scan $100
New York drivers license $80
USA selfie with holding ID $100
US valid social security number $2

Example listings of fake documents being sold on the dark web (digital form):

Fake Documents Dark Web - Scans

Physical forged documents are also being sold. These are the highest priced items on the dark web markets by far.

Physical Documents Avg. Price USD (2021)
Fake US Green Card $150
New Jersey ID $50
Netherlands Passport $4,000
Poland Passport $4,000
Indiana ID $185
Texas ID $145
Utah ID $160
European Union National ID (avg.) $120
Latvian National ID $500
Louisiana ID $125
Montana ID $150
Nevada ID $160
Delaware ID $185
France Passport $4,000
Lithuanian passport $1,500
Maltese Passport $6,500
Maltese Passport $6,500
Various European Union passports $4,000
US driver’s license $100

Example listings of forged documents being sold on the dark web (physical form):

Dark Web Forged Passports

Email Database Dumps

Email dumps are very common and inexpensive due to their mainstream availability and low accuracy. Most email dumps are aggregations and collections of other email breaches.

Email DumpsAvg. Price USD (2021)Fake US Green Card$150

600k New Zealand emails $10
350k Czech emails $10
2,4 million Canada emails $10
4,78 million Mexico emails $10
380k Austria emails $10
Private USA dentists database 122k $50
USA Voter Database (various states) $100

Example listings email database dumps being sold:

Dark Web Emails

Malware

Once installed on compromised systems (e.g., Windows, Android, and others), malware gives hackers full access to the machine, which can be used to hijack computer resources via ransomware or steal information about the user.

Common ways of implementing the malware are via fake online casinos, FB/social networks, warez websites, etc., so beware of downloading anything from untrusted sites and sources.

For every 1,000 installs, hackers stand to steal tens of thousands of dollars.

Updated Pricing (Oct. 2020 to Feb. 2021)

Malware Avg. Price USD (2020) Avg. Price USD (2021) YoY Difference
Global low quality, slow speed, low success rate x 1000 $70 $50 -$20
Europe low quality, slow speed, low success rate x 1000 $300 $320 +$20
USA, CA, UK, AU low quality, slow speed, low success rate x 1000 $800 $900 +$100
Global med quality, 70% success rate x 1000 $80 $80
Europe med quality, 70% success rate x 1000 $700 $500 -$200
USA only med quality, 70% success rate x 1000 $900 $1,000 +$100
USA, CA, UK, AU med quality, 70% success rate x 1000 $1,300 $1,400 +$100
Europe fresh high quality x 1000 $2,300 $2,500 +$200
Europe aged high quality x 1000 $1,400 $1,200 -$200
USA high quality x 1000 $1,700 $1,900 +$200
CA high quality x 1000 $1,500 $1,400 -$100
UK high quality x 1000 $2,000 $2,200 +$200
Android x 1000 $600 $900 +$300
Premium x 1000 $6,000 $5,000 -$1,000

Example listings of malware being sold on the dark web:

Dark Web Malware

DDOS Attacks

A distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack sends the target website thousands of connection requests per second to overload and crash the website’s server, thereby taking a website offline. Typically, no information is stolen through these attacks, but they are used to dox a website or cover up other hacking activities.

Updated Pricing (Oct. 2020 to Feb. 2021)

DDOS Attacks Avg. Price USD (2020) Avg. Price USD (2021) YoY Difference
Unprotected website, 10-50k requests per second, 1 hour $10 $15 +$5
Unprotected website, 10-50k requests per second, 24 hours $60 $50 -$10
Unprotected website, 10-50k requests per second, 1 week $400 $500 +$100
Unprotected website, 10-50k requests per second, 1 month $800 $1,000 +$200
Premium protected website, 20-50k requests per second, multiple elite proxies, 24 hours $200 $200

Why This Data is Important

Dark web market data may not provide the average person with useful insights. Still, they offer a powerful perspective into just how valuable your data is and how cheap it is to exploit you.

We’ve heard all the horror stories of unsuspecting victims losing their life savings or hackers selling cam footage on the deepest web corners, but it’s easy to think it will never happen to you. The sad truth is with the growing supply of personal information on the dark web, the likelihood and occurrence of devastating hacks increase every day.

The reality is that hackers rarely resort to targeting specific people. With the sheer quantity of data available for purchase, they need to play the numbers game, and if you don’t protect yourself, you’ll be the one paying the price. Adopting a few simple rules and habits will make it harder for hackers to get your data and, in doing so, take yourself completely out of their crosshairs. As we said, it’s just a numbers game.

How to Protect Yourself From Identity Theft

Following the recommendations below will make you much more likely to avoid identity theft.

Avoid Public Wifi

Avoid public or unsecured WiFi. If you must log in to an account on a network you don’t trust, like at a coffee shop, use a VPN to encrypt all communications. If an attacker has admin access to your network, they can manipulate everything you’re doing and even forge bank websites.

Use Safe ATM Practices


Check for ATM skimmers.
Skimmers are devices placed over an ATM (often exact replicas of the card reader) to read a card and send your information to a hacker. To check for skimmers, you should:

  • Press around the sides of the card slot and see if anything feels loose; they’re delicately mounted, so they’ll move when pressed with a small amount of pressure.
  • Check for glue around the edges or tape. If you see any glue material, stay away from that ATM and call the bank.
  • If you have difficulty putting your card into the machine, stop trying and report it to the bank.

Check for fake keypads. Fake keypads are sometimes placed over the legitimate ones to record your PIN. They’re also often very loosely mounted. If it jiggles around a bit or if you notice the keypad is off-center, you should avoid using it.

Keep your Information Private

Avoid giving sensitive information over the phone to anyone, regardless of whether it is a requirement for some process. If possible, do it in person. And be sure to verify who you are talking to is who they say.

Use Anti-Malware Tools

Use anti-malware software such as AVG on your personal computer to check for malware and make sure it’s set to update automatically.

Use Account & Password Hygiene

Never use the same password for multiple accounts. This is the easiest way for an attacker to access your accounts. When a major list of account details is dumped on the dark web, your account details can be checked against other services such as email or banking, and you don’t want them to have the same password.

Delete accounts you don’t use anymore.
Old accounts can be compromised and used for password resets or similar attacks. However, this is not an issue if you don’t reuse passwords on multiple accounts.

Use a password manager such as LastPass or Keepass (both free), so you can have super strong password security for your accounts and only need to remember one master password.
These rules may feel complicated and burdensome, but once you get used to following them, they’ll become second nature. You develop a sense of cybersecurity that is vital online and in daily life.

These habits may seem burdensome, but they will become second nature over time. Ultimately, you will be doing your part in protecting your digital identity and safeguarding your future.

Correction: Initially this story erroneously reported that MasterCard suffered a data breach in 2020. This claim was incorrect; MasterCard did not suffer a data breach. Card numbers on the dark web result from data compromises at merchant locations and not at MasterCard itself.

24 Comments

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  • Cong

    November 28, 2022 6:58 pm

    i believe this has happened to me and my family. where do i start and how do i get rid of it and find out.?

  • Mike R.

    May 27, 2022 5:39 pm

    Remarkable research! Why didn’t you include the value of stolen medical records? It seems like the value is all over the map, depending on completeness. They were discussed as being especially valuable a few years ago due to their containing more, and more sensitive, information. Keep up the good work!

  • Saeed

    April 22, 2022 7:47 pm

    February 20, 2021 7:44 am

    This all makes me want to run away to New Zealand and live in a yurt! Since that isn’t a real option… I also cover my phone camera and web cams with a small black device just in case nose picking is high priced on the dark web 

  • GPTDesign

    March 7, 2022 9:54 pm

    Great article. It opens up my eyes a little more to see the amazing list of stuff being sold. Look forward to other articles from you.

  • stan rittenhouse

    March 3, 2022 6:54 pm

    would like to know at get into someone Facebook account ?

  • Shocked

    October 23, 2021 12:09 pm

    Does this mean you pay this hackers usd30 and they give you a Paypal account with usd100??

    • Miklos Zoltan

      October 27, 2021 3:36 pm

      Yes. May seem contradictory first but it makes sense. They just want to hack stuff and sell it to others. It’s easier to hack stuff than also withdraw money from hacked accounts; less risks and exposure.

      Money from these accounts usually also never gets withdrawn directly. It’s a whole other subject deserving its own article.

      All this shows again that people need to take their security MUCH more seriously.

  • NIC

    October 10, 2021 8:25 pm

    oh no we are not safe

  • Talal

    October 5, 2021 12:19 pm

    Stuff like that sucks

  • josh

    October 4, 2021 8:09 pm

    where can i go to purchase some of these items?

    • Anonymous

      October 5, 2021 7:56 am

      The prices that have been published are way to high, I was just hacked and did my own research and bought 6 Walmart log in accounts with credit card info for 3 bucks.

  • Butters

    September 17, 2021 12:53 am

    Great article!
    Can you please also add the cost of intercepting an MFA code sent via mobile text message? I understand it’s under $20 for network based interception/redirection and reminds people to use stronger methods for MFA. Similarly, the costs for SIM swapping would be good.
    Last request, can you please add the cost of services whereby an individual can be identified or located by supplying basic information such as an email address or social media username.
    Thanks for increasing awareness of these issues!

  • Anthony

    September 6, 2021 7:03 pm

    Wow. What a fantastic piece of relevant journalistic reporting. You are on it. I was loosing faith in all articles. This is dynamite. Our governments are asleep or complicit.

  • Anonymous

    August 26, 2021 3:23 pm

    You helped me out tremendously. I feel much more informed and in control than I did last week. Good job any thanks.

  • Paul

    August 18, 2021 6:15 pm

    One item that I thing would be beneficial to list here is what is the going rate for credentials: Active Directory Login, O365 Account, Salesforce Account, etc.

  • Dave DPO

    July 7, 2021 10:02 am

    Awesome content here, that sadly paints a frightening picture.
    (I think there should be an ‘h’ in ‘wat’: “This is wat we found”)

    • Miklos Zoltan

      July 7, 2021 6:23 pm

      Indeed, Dave.

      Thanks for pointing out the typo. That was awkward. I missed it even though I read this page at least 30 times minimum.

      • Dave DPO

        July 9, 2021 11:29 am

        We’ve all done it. Proofreading your own stuff is *very* difficult.

      • Joyce williams

        July 19, 2021 1:43 am

        Oh same here

  • E STEYTLER

    May 23, 2021 12:08 pm

    Thank you for a great article. Always good to brush up your safety skills.

    • Miklos Zoltan

      July 7, 2021 6:23 pm

      Thanks for your feedback!

  • Tanisha. S

    February 20, 2021 7:44 am

    This all makes me want to run away to New Zealand and live in a yurt! Since that isn’t a real option… I also cover my phone camera and web cams with a small black device just in case nose picking is high priced on the dark web 🙄

    • Miklos Zoltan

      July 7, 2021 6:24 pm

      This is just the tip of the iceberg, really.

      There’s stuff we can’t even publish on the site they are so horrible.

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