What is Slilpp?
Slilpp Market is one of the longest-running darknet markets specialized in banking and account datasets. In that regard, it is a special interest site, similar to [UniCC](../unicc). While UniCC is specialized in datasets for credit cards, Slilpp does the same for bank accounts.
Slilpp is one of the most reliable darknet sites; it rarely suffers from downtime and has been around for many years. It is the de-facto choice for many darknet users looking to trade banking information.
What they offer
Slilpp offers varying degrees of detailed information for bank accounts for a wide range of institutes including Paypal, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Suntrust, CreditOne, Capital One, Chase, Citi and many more. You can search for specific banks and other details in the filter settings.
All purchasable bank accounts are sorted into four categories, Level 1 to Level 4. Level 1 accounts are bank accounts where the password was brute-forced, but there is no information about the information contained in the account. These bank accounts sell at a fixed price of $2.50.
Level 2 accounts are the same as Level one, but balance information and account name are available. The price depends on the available balance on the account. On average, you can purchase an account with a guaranteed balance of at least $10,000 for $28. A bank level 3 account also supplies the last 4 digits of the account number, and the price depends again on the available account balance. On average, you can purchase an account with a guaranteed balance of at least $10,000 for $35.
Lastly, Level 4 accounts are basically full dumps of a bank account including full name and all other available data. These accounts are the most expensive ones but again, the total price depends on the available balance on that account. On average, you can purchase an account with a guaranteed balance of at least $10,000 for $80.
## Refund Policy
For buyer security, Slilpp market offers a refund policy. This applies whenever the information of the purchased account does not match the actual data in the account. This means you are not only eligible for a refund when the passwords don’t match but also when the account balance is not as high as it was advertised.
Note that to be eligible for a refund, you need to file it 2 hours after the initial purchase or you lose your right to a refund. But there is more time available if you buy accounts in bulk. You will have to provide a screenshot with proof that the account has different information than was advertised.
Same as with all darknet sites the usual security recommendations apply. Most importantly: stay anonymous. Use the TOR browser only and don’t use the TOR browser for any regular (non-darknet) browsing.
Ideally, you have a dedicated system or at least a dedicated VM for all your darknet activities. Keep your darknet PGP keys and other credentials limited to that system only, do not mix it with any activities that would expose your identity.
Treat your dedicated system like a work-system: Only install the software necessary for your operations do not install anything for entertainment or other purposes. Subsequently, resist the urge to browse Twitter, Reddit or any other social media sites while you have downtime. For this always use your regular system.
For additional system security, we recommend you run a secure operating system like Tails or Whonix on your dedicated system for darknet activities. We also recommend using a VPN as an additional security measure since TOR will only anonymize your browsing sessions but not other traffic.
Especially when using any public WiFi hotspots you should always use a VPN when accessing the Internet since you don’t know whether the access point is compromised. A VPN ensures that all of your traffic, no matter what application, will always be strongly encrypted when passing the access point, this protecting yourself not only from eavesdropping but also possible identity theft.