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RFID Blocking Passport Cover
By Go Travel
Helps prevent data theft by stopping the digital pickpocket. Data and other personal information is stored on RFID chips embedded in modern day passports. Criminals can easily scan this content like a digital pickpocket. This allows them to make copies, perform identity theft and commit other digital crimes.
RFID Blocking Leather Card Sleeve
Protect your identity. All US passports issued after October 2006, as well as many debit/credit cards and drivers licenses have RFID (radio frequency identification) chips that broadcast personal information 24/7. A person with a scanner could potentially read the personal data on your card or passport. The Travelon RFID blocking products blocks transmission of this information when the cards are in the RFID blocking product, compartment or pocket, preventing unauthorized access.
Safe ID Card Case
3 Pack RFID Credit Card Sleeve
By Lewis N. Clark
Millions of credit cards, debit cards and passports issued since 2006 are embedded with a radio frequency identification chip (RFID) that contains personal information. RFID chips are also used in hotel keys, electronic gate/door keycards, and government, military and port of entry ID cards. The RFID chip is always on, making consumers more susceptible to identity theft. These lightweight credit card sleeves are ideal for sliding cards into and securing in a full size wallet or in your pocket for traveling light. Lightweight, tear resistant and water resistant sleeves will protect your RFID enabled credit cards.
RFID Passport Shield
RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) chips are used in all US passports created after 2006 and in over 35 million credit cards. RFID chips are also used in hotel keys; electronic gate or door keycards; and government, military and port of entry ID cards.
The technology was designed to let us bypass the standard requirements of scanning or checking in. However, electronic identity thieves have undermined the security of RFID products by devising scanners that read your personal information without you even realizing it.
Blocking 13.56MHz frequencies, the standard for most credit cards and passports, items such as this one have allowed individuals to protect themselves from this kind of pickpocketing.