Credit Card and ID Card Protection, Made Easy …
RFID BLOCK is an easy and inexpensive way to protect yourself and your family from Identity Theft and Electronic Pickpocketing.
Most new credit cards and debit cards contain RFID chips holding all of your most sensitive information such as; card numbers, expiration date, name, address, birthday and more.
Thieves can easily and cheaply purchase scanners online or build their own to steal information right through your wallet or purse, it is as simple as an Android phone and a free app.
Protect your personal information from thieves and unauthorised transactions with RFID-Blocking Sleeves for credit cards, debit cards, student identification and corporate security cards. Enjoy peace of mind knowing your information is safe from electronic pickpocketing.
How They Help
- Protect Your Identity on your credit cards, transport, ID security tags, license, medicare card and passport
- Stop Electronic Pickpocketing and identity theft
- Sleek silver design slides into your wallet, purse, or card-holder with ease
- Neutral colour, water-resistant, puncture and tear-resistant
- Easily holds credit cards, debit cards, transport cards, driver’s license, school & corporate security ID tags
- Shop With Confidence and convenience knowing your data and cash is safe
RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification and is a micro chip embedded in most new payment cards, security tags, student ID cards and passports. In the near future all new cards will have this technology as well as medicare cards and drivers licenses.
Today RFID chips or tags can be read with the use of an Android phone or table and a free App! Alarming! And apparently the new generation iPhone will also have the NFC built in capability making it possible to read RFID tags without additional hardware. For way under $100 thieves can pick your pocket without ever touching you or your property, and use your card immediately after skimming/scanning it.
RFID Blocking Sleeves STOPS ALL near field communication (NFC) radio frequency identification readers from accessing your data. Place each card into a sleeve and place then in your wallet or purse, then simply remove the sleeve before making authorised payments.
If you are still not sure if it really is possible for someone to electronically pickpocket you, try the test in our video above. Go to your local store and place only the card you want to pay with inside your wallet and swipe the wallet over the RFID reader at the checkout and see your payment approved before you own eyes.