What is Anti RFID or RFID blocking material?

According to Wikipedia, Radio-frequency identification (RFID) uses electromagnetic fields to automatically identify and track tags attached to objects. The tags contain electronically-stored information. Passive tags collect energy from a nearby RFID reader’s interrogating radio waves.


Why do we need RFID identity theft protection?

Today, identity theft is at our doorstep- people can access confidential information freely (thanks to technology!), while government and private firms continue to push for the expansion on the use of RIFD chips to passports, passport cards, traditional credit/ debit cards and state identity cards, etc helped creates more opportunity for identity and skimming theft. New RFID technology can scan chips from 15 feet away in a container. It is not only necessary, but essential to protect yourself from your identity being hijacked, credit score being trashed and even the worst of possibilities that is beyond our imagination.


How do RFID blocking sleeve/ wallet/ case work?

These material such as SLEEVESWALLET or CASING are equipped with advanced RFID SECURE Technology, a unique metal composite, engineered specifically to block 13.56 MHz or higher RFID signals and protect the valuable information stored on RFID chips from unauthorized scans and block the ability to scan the credit card number, license and passport data. You should always have a protective sleeve covering them to avoid identity theft, especially in public transportation or public areas.


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By: Philip Choo

November 21, 2018

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