Ever wondered what it would be like to have a personal shopper on the black market? This is your chance. This talk outlines everything you need to know about the goods and services available on the dark web - from human skulls and Sephora points to identity data and payment cards. This talk will provide attendees with a comprehensive overview of the the variety of physical and digital goods available on the dark web, along with a framework to evaluate the the structure and size of dark web marketplaces. Attendees will come away with an understanding of the dark web supply chain, the role the dark web plays in demand for physical and digital goods, and the social structure of dark web marketplaces. This session will also cover the day-to-day realities of transacting on the dark web: sourcing, pricing, scamming, and the lengths buyers will go to shop safely - and anonymously - on these underground marketplaces. This talk is ideal for professionals interested in the trade of data and goods on the dark web, cyber-enabled fraud, or emerging trends in the trade of exploits and vulnerabilities amongst cyber criminals.