I have no idea what you are asking. Are you trying to use someone else's credit card to view child pornography???
Any response I provide is meant as a general view on the subject and is no way intended to be specific legal advice to any individual. If you wish specific advice, you should hire and consult with an attorney of your choosing.
The pop ups claiming you were caught by FBI for watching child porn and asking you to pay a fine are scams. However, you've just admitted in a public forum that you've watched it which is never a smart thing.
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