Signal Vault - how does the RFID blocking cards work?

Discussion in 'Tags' started by B34R, Aug 25, 2016.

  1. B34R

    B34R New Member

    Hi,

    I watched Shark Tank a couple of weeks ago and there was a guy that had developed a card that blocked RFID scanners to read information from your credit cards (http://www.signal-vault.com) and I couldn't figure out how the cards were working. Can anyone tell me how the technology works - they mention efield technology and white noise, but me being suspicious calls BS on the product. I don't have enough knowledge of RFID and how it works. Can anyone here tell me if it works, and if it does, how does it actually work?

    Thanks,
    Bjorn
     
  2. Catherine

    Catherine New Member

    What’s RFID Blocking Card?
    The RFID Blocking Card is the size of a credit card that is designed to protect personal information stored on credit cards, debit cards, smart cards, and any other RFID Cards from e-pickpocket thieves using hand-held RFID scanners or readers.

    How does theft Stole money from credit cards?
    Money has been stolen with a scanner or reader. Simply go looking for someone to unwittingly pay for an item your signature isn’t required. They simply scan your card from your wallet in your pocket or purse, the purchase is complete, then move on next person. The theft take money without using their hands, just tap and go.

    How does RFID Blocking Card protect Credit Cards?
    The Blocking Card is composed of a mixture of metals that disrupt the scanner from reading the RFID signals. It effectively prevents unwanted payments made by RFID scanners and readers to keeps user’s financial and personal information safely. Therefore, protect your valuable credit information from identity theft and electronic pick-pocketing with RFID Blocking Cards.

    Similar Products people are using now:

    RFID Sleeves: usually made of paper with aluminium-foil or only aluminium-foil, this sleeve is cheaper than blocking card. however, only one card can be put in. How many cards you have, how many sleeves you should take. Every time you scan your card have to take the card out then put into, this make sleeves easily break. The most important problem is that you can not put so many sleeves in your pocket or purse.

    RFID Wallets: wallet made of mixed metal material to protect the signal. That means you have to change your wallet. No matter how bulky or ugly it is.

    What’s RFID Blocking Card look like?
    Credit card size, 85.5*54*1.5mm, small, thin, put in your wallet together with other cards. We recommend that you only place up to 4 RFID cards in between your RFID Blocking Card. If you have a stack of more than 4 RFID cards, then simply slip a RFID Blocking Card in the middle of your stack.

    RFID Blocking Card in your wallet convert your existing wallet into a RFID Protected Wallet

    What makes this RFID product different from all others is that it allows you to convert your existing non-RFID protected wallet to RFID protected. No having to remove your credit cards from RFID sleeves or RFID protected materials which will wear down over time. Simply place these RFID Blocking Card in your wallet and you will never have to worry about having your RFID enabled cards electronically pickpocketed again.

    The RFID Blocking Card proved work
    When we place credit card on the pos machine, money deduct at once, for small amount of money, there is no need signature or pin code. If we put the RFID blocking card in front of the credit card, nothing can be read. So you will never worry that your credit cards hacked by ‘stand on any street corner’ when you pass by, let them come away empty-handed.

    How to use RFID Blocking Card
    Instructions :

    Step 1: Place in center of wallet

    Step 2: Relax, as you now have enhanced protection

    (No battery required)

    Note: The electronic field produced by the Blocking Card has a limited effective range. For best protection, place the Blocking Card directly in front (or back) of your credit and debit cards.
     

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