RFID - radio frequency identification technology has made carrying credit and debit cards very risky because of the ability of electronic eavesdroppers to read magnetic strips and computer chips embedded in some credit cards that keep in a wallet or pocketbook or on their person. The result is invariably stolen credit and identity theft. The victim didn't feel a thing; they just got around the wrong people and didn't have any way to protect their cards, until now.
The nonprofit Institute of Consumer Financial Education (ICFE) based in San Diego, CA has introduced a specially laminated credit/debit card sleeve which keeps personal information safe from prying electronic eavesdroppers and prevent cards from being read by RFID scanners.
Protecting personal information from credit/debit cards has become top priority for everyone. Now it can be done inexpensively with the ICFE new anti-RFID Sleeves. Practically anywhere someone goes with credit/debit cards on their person they are very vulnerable to thieves unless they have this new technology protecting the cards.
The ICFE first introduced credit card sleeves, a/k/a credit card condom, in 1993 and hundreds of thousands are in circulation world-wide.
The ICFE's new anti-RFID sleeves are red, white and blue and available with two choices:
"Warning! Overuse Is Dangerous "
"If you can eat it, drink it, or wear it, It Is NOT an Emergency!"
Set of Fifteen (15 Sleeves)