Monday, May 18, 2015
Have you heard of pocket surfing, digital pick pocketing or crowd hacking? Thieves can use a pocket-sized radio frequency scanner or Android NFC cell phones to scan your credit cards. They can send and receive electronic information. The letters NFC mean "Near Field Communications." So, how do you stop them? The answer is the RFID Blocking Wallet! It's safe and effective! The RFID Wallet will protect your identity, by blocking your Credit Cards, Debit Cards, Banking Information, Smartcards, RFID Driver's Licenses and other RFID Cards. This is a wallet that you want to use everyday to help shield you against unauthorized RFID, NFC and BLE scans. It will protect you when you're on vacation, overseas and in public places!
Protect Your Identity, With The RFID Blocking Wallet!For this review, I received the RFID Blocking Wallet! It states that it's a woman's wallet, but men can use it too. This wallet is genuine Leather, that will protect all your magnetic stripe cards and cards with the EMV chips. There are 12 RFID LOCK Credit Card Slots and each slot can fit 2 or more cards. There's also a big pocket for your coins.
You're more vulnerable with the Credit Cards that have a RFID chips in them. The thieves can obtain the data from a credit card right through your wallet or purse, providing they stand close enough to you. They can have the scanner in a purse, backpack, briefcase or even their NFC cell phones. All they need to do is walk by and you won't even know they just got all your credit card information! They can get account numbers, pin numbers and codes.
Did you know that Clerks at stores or wherever you shop, by law do not have to verify an ID to use a credit card? One thing for sure is that it's easier to protect your credit cards with this wallet, than trying to re-establish your credit or identity.
There's a video you can watch on KOMO News called, Digital pickpockets using smartphones to steal credit cards.
► ► ► Protect Your Identity, By Blocking Your RFID Cards From Being Scanned! http://t.co/ZbRDQ1oXFJ #IdentityTheft pic.twitter.com/IZQQNwkNrr— Quick Tattletails (@BonnySallee) May 19, 2015