experience in the US, we are seeing more
and more locations such as restaurants
that are now using credit card chip readers not requiring
you to swipe or insert your card.
You simply tap your card on the sensor
or move it close to the sensor and it
will read your card's information.
2007, all U.S. passports now come
embedded with an RFID chip, intended to
deter fraud and improve security. The
chip contains the same information as on
the passport's picture page, including a
digital version of your passport
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)
uses electromagnetic fields to
automatically identify and track tags
attached to objects. The tags contain
Here is the
carry portable RFID Readers and all they have to
do is get close to you when passing by for it to
instantly read your card or passport
If you see a symbol of radio waves on
your credit card, it's likely RFID
Helping to protect your
cards and passport from readers are RFID
If you search, you will find numerous
articles on RFID Blocking technology.
You can read and decide for yourself if
you want the added protection.
Some articles state you are able to
block RFID Readers by simply wrapping
foil around your cards but we find the
sleeves more convenient and practical.
The bottom line is, if you are concerned
about it, why take the chance?
Play it safe and slip your card into a
Blocking Sleeve and forget about them.
RFID Blocking Sleeves for Credit Cards &
Sleeves protect against identification
theft and credit card fraud.
With advanced RFID
Secure Technology, these sleeves block
RFID signals and protect your personal
information stored on RFID chips from
being stolen by data thieves.
The sleeves protects credit
cards, debit & ATM cards, passports,
driver's licenses & other RFID-enabled
contactless Smart Cards.
- Sleeves are
available in sizes to fit credit
cards and passports
- Water Proof
Lightweight & Durable
- Color coded
helping you quickly find the right