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RFID Protection - The WALLETERAS Difference

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RFID Protection - The WALLETERAS Difference

The WALLETERAS DIfference -  RFID Protection all the time not just some of the time. Walleteras security wallets are lined on every slot and pocket providing protection even when your wallet is open.

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RFID Money Belts and Front Pocket Wallets - A Must Have For Travelers

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RFID Money Belts and Front Pocket Wallets - A Must Have For Travelers

We don’t want to buy it but when we need it, we’re so glad we did. Life is full of mishaps, accidents and the unknown. There is an old saying that goes, “hope for the best, but prepare for the worst.”  Insurance is that preparation. For travelers specifically, besides the obvious traveler’s insurance, traveler’s should also invest in a quality RFID blocking money belt. What you may not know is that traveler’s insurance won’t reimburse you if you have cash or credit cards stolen. They may assist in the recovery of identity theft but that’s only if you choose that...

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Pickpockets Pointers

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Pickpockets Pointers

Written by: http://www.vice.com  Using a box cutter blade to remove pockets Wise up, cholly! Pickpockets are all around you. You think these guys stopped working in the 1940s? Come on! Why do you think we still have those announcements on city buses about watching out for them? In 2001, $8,665,446 worth of property was stolen by pickpocketing in New York State. In 2004, larcenies in the NYC subway went up 4.9 percent. Care to hazard a guess why? Because everyone has an iPod on them, complete with the telltale white headphones. You guys are sitting ducks out there! Randy Stoever was...

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What Is RFID Skimming?

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What Is RFID Skimming?

RFID-blocking wallets are designed to help insulate you from a very particular brand of electronic pickpocketing, called RFID skimming. The concern is that some credit cards, passports, and driver’s licenses now come with embedded radio frequency identification chips. When activated by an RFID reader, these chips transmit certain types of information wirelessly, so that you can verify your identity or even make a purchase without swiping your card. The purpose of RFID skimming may be simple theft of funds or more complex identity theft Most typically, thieves use an NFC (near-field communication) enabled device that records unencrypted data from the card's RFID chip,...

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