Criminals have gotten smarter and most consumers are none the wiser to the newest, high-tech crime in the country.  Crowd Hacking or Electronic Pickpocketing is the new, high-tech crime which targets RFID credit/debit cards, military CAC cards, access cards to buildings, U.S. passports issued after 2006 and Enhanced Driver's Licenses.
Hackers purchase inexpensive card scanners online and can even use a cellphone to steal information from distances of over 25 feet.  A scanner can easily be concealed in a bag or backpack, allowing the hacker to walk through a busy area like a mall, airport, restaurant or college campus undetected.  The scanner operates silently, stealing credit/debit card numbers and personal information from unsuspecting victims without the criminal ever touching the card or target.

"Why bother wasting my time with a gas station skimmer when I can walk through a crowd with a RFID scanner and get 10x the amount of cards numbers in a tenth of the time."

The SignalVault Credit & Debit Card Protector uses our E-Field Technology to make your information invisible to hackers and identity thieves.  Without using batteries or charging, the SignalVault can protect all of the cards you carry for three years and is guaranteed to keep your information safe from electronic pickpockets.  It has been featured on Shark Tank, Forbes, CNBC, The View, Crime Watch Daily with Chris Hansen and news stations across the country.

"Today, criminals realize personal information is worth more than gold and millions of people are doing nothing to protect themselves, making it extremely easy for hackers.  Once an identity thief has any of your personal identifiers, it can haunt you for years after you become a victim.  The SignalVault makes your information invisible to hackers - it's that simple.  As long as you carry it in your wallet, all of your cards are protected.  There's no reason anyone should ever be the victim of this high-tech crime when there's a simple & effective solution available."




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  • I have several credit cards & debit card, will just one placed in my wallet work for all, also do you need to keep it right next to your cards, also have another question, is there something to use online to protect your credit cards, because many firewalls have been hacked into & credit or debit card numbers have been stolen

  • Could it protect several cards in a wallet

    Thomas thompson
  • Do you need one for each credit card in your wallet?


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