It's a handy pocket-sized Wallet for cards, cash and more! Made with a tough aluminum shell, with card sleeves that fan out for easy access. All that, plus it guards against demagnetization and RFID identity-scanning thieves. Excellent protection of data chips embedded in credit cards and bank cards: Prevents identity theft.
It has 7 expandable pockets that hold up to 10 credit cards as well as cash and receipts.
An Wallet is a great product that provides an additional layer of protection for your credit cards, drivers license, identification cards and other RFID enabled cards and keys.
Newly issued credit cards and passports have RFID chips embedded within the cards. The chips are are designed to transmit an electronic signal allowing a nearby card reader to \read\" the credit card or passports important information, without having to take the card out of the wallet or passport case.
RFID chips are becoming a part of our lives. RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification Devices and they are tiny, passive radio transmitters that are placed in products to prevent theft and now in identification cards and credit cards to speed up transactions.
These passive transmitters lie dormant until activated by a nearby RFID reader that sends a strong radio current that powers them on and makes them send out their signal.
The double bars that you walk through at the department store are RFID readers and they send out a strong signal that makes the chips \"speak\". About 100 million credit cards now have this contact less technology embedded into them. However, over the next 2-3 years, it is expected that credit card issuers will replace every single magnetic stripe credit and debit card with a new contact less smart card.
Why should I be concerned about blocking RFID signals?
In the same way gas stations have installed lower powered versions on gas pumps to read quick pay gas cards. Newly issued credit cards, passports and other Ids have embedded RFID chips. Identity theft via RFID readers is prevalent and growing. Some readers can read your personal information up to 10 feet away. You can protect your personal data with the use of RFID blocking wallets and RFID blocking passport covers. These items contain a metal fiber mesh that makes a \"cage\" around the chip that radio waves cannot penetrate.
With the advent of this new technology, a new version of wallet theft is facing travelers today. it is called RFID and Electronic Pickpocketing. Credit card companies are beginning to install RFID chips in new credit cards which emits your card's account number, expiration date and other information.
That's where electronic pickpocketing comes into play. In order to stop thieves from using a simple handheld device and passing it over your purse or wallet in your back pocket and capturing your credit card's information, new wallets and purses feature built-in RFID blocking technology which can stop this new form of ID theft from your wallet or purse. You can find several types of RFID blocking wallets.
Besides credit cards, RFID chips can be found in many drivers and identification cards, as well as all newly issued passports and passport cards.
Size of this wallet:
- 11cm x 7.5cm x 2cm (approx)
- Holds up to 7 cards
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