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Often, people ask how to find shops, discuss parsers, etc. Below is the simplest way to search for shops.
To do this, we need:
  1. Google
  2. The ability to compose queries. Let's start with something simple. First, determine which country's shop you are looking for. For example, let's say we need a shop in the USA. Open Google and type the following query into the search bar: shop+inurl:.com. Why this specific query? It's straightforward. The term "shop" speaks for itself, and we don't need to explain it. Next is the plus sign (+), which helps refine the query. The next query, inurl:, specifies that the phrase we are looking for should appear in the link/url. For example, in our case, it's .com. The search will yield shops with domains ending in .com. Our query is not perfect; it's provided as an example, so you shouldn't rely on it universally. You can make it a bit more specific by adding quotation marks at the beginning and end, allowing Google to provide more accurate search results.
The example above described a basic way to search for shops. Let's move on and try something different...
Instead of looking for American shops, which is what 90% of carders do, we'll take a different path and search for shops in other countries.
Visit http://www.c.weare1.info/']www.c.weare1.info[/URL]. This is a website with a list of countries. For example, choose the Czech Republic. Now we need to find the Czech domain. Go to http://www.101domain.ru/']www.101domain.ru[/URL] and find the menu for "International Domains." This menu provides us with a handy cheat sheet. You'll see a list of countries with their internal domains. Since we chose the Czech Republic, we're looking for the Czech domain. In the list, you'll find only one Czech domain, which is .cz.
Now, download Google Chrome, as it will be useful. Start experimenting with queries. For example, try: shop+pay visa+worldwide+site:.cz. Let's break down this query:
  • shop is self-explanatory, as it's about shops.
  • pay visa indicates our interest in credit card payments. You can modify this query for MasterCard, Maestro, PayPal, etc.
  • worldwide signifies that we want shops that offer worldwide delivery.
  • site:.cz indicates the domain. The query will return shops.
You can also add a search for specific products, for example, by adding +iPhone5+ in the middle of the query.
Now, remember the rule: don't take shops from the first pages of the search results. In this case, you can ignore this rule and start exploring the shops (excluding the USA).
To find a shop in a specific country that is not translated into English, change the language of your keywords. For example, if you need a shop in Germany that is only in the German language, enter the keywords in Google Translate and translate them into German. For example, to search for a German shop, you would enter: shop+bezahlen mit Visa+weltweit +site:.de. In this case, you'll receive both translated shops and shops in the original language in the general list.
Additionally, you can contact the shop's customer support and, pretending to be a US citizen, inquire about making a purchase or sending a gift to your friend, brother, or son in Russia.
That's it! Just experiment with queries, and you'll find what you're looking for.
 
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