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We have tested the ScannerGuardCard® System by using the same RFID scanners that digital pickpocket thieves use. Click to See the Results.
The ScannerGuardCard® is the size of a credit card that is designed to protect personal information stored on credit cards, debit cards, smartcards, RFID driver’s licenses and any other RFID Cards from e-pickpocket thieves using handheld RFID scanners.
The ScannerGuardCard® is half as thick as a standard credit card so it will not increase the size of your wallet. It is very flexible and durable.
The ScannerGuardCard® is composed of a mixture of metals that disrupt the scanner from reading the RFID signals. There are outside and inside coatings of our patented metal mixture for protection of RFID personal information. This coating is not rigid, so the card is very flexible.
Proven to Work by MET Labs
The ScannerGuardCard® System has gone through some of the most stringent testing possible. Utilizing a RFID scanner – Model: R50 with a radio frequency 13.56 MHz, we placed the ScannerGuardCard®s inside a wallet and attempted to scan test credit cards. As you will see the RFID scanner was not able to scan the credit card data. Get 24 hour a day protection when you use the ScannerGuardCard® System.
Why the ScannerGuardCard®?
Here are the main reasons to protect yourself with the ScannerGuardCard®.
Don’t be fooled by protective sleeves that make you slide your cards into them. Everytime you want to use your cards you have to search for the sleeve and then pull all your cards out while you search for the right one. Talk about poor design and inconviencing the user.
Many credit cards, debit cards, smart cards, drivers licenses, and access cards are embedded with a Radio Frequency ID (RFID) chip. All passports and passport cards now have the RFID chip in them. The RFID chips can contain your credit card and personal information. CREDIT CARD COMPANIES ARE ALREADY SENDING PEOPLE THESE RFID CARDS AND WHEN YOUR BANK RENEWS YOUR CREDIT CARD, IT’S LIKELY THERE WILL BE AN RFID CHIP ON IT. These RFID cards are susceptible to electronic pickpocketing.