Top 10 Hacker Hot Spots

Hackers have become extremely efficient at committing identity theft because it is so lucrative for them. Alex Gonzalez, a self proclaimed hacker out of South Florida, once complained to his friends that he had to count over $300,000 in cash because his cash counting machine broke one day - poor guy! They also brag about the best places for Crowd Hacking so I've broken down a list of Top 10 Hacker Hotspots. Make sure your information is protected if you find yourself near any of these locations!

  1. Malls (especially during the holidays)
  2. Sporting Events/Tailgates
  3. Airports
  4. Amusement Parks
  5. Coffee Houses
  6. Conventions
  7. Colleges
  8. Book Stores
  9. Grocery Stores
  10. Subway/Train Stations

Think I missed one? Were you Crowd Hacked at one of these locations? Let me know in the comments below.


  • jose vicente

    We want to represent and reseller your product in Dominican Republic
    Jose Vicente

  • Doyle Feagin

    Do you put one card in wallet are put your cards between two cards ?

  • Lisa

    How do you protect your card when you must give it to a waiter in a restaurant to pay for your meal?

  • Rod

    How does this not block the card from being used when making a purchase?

  • Chris

    Started out buying two cards for myself back in October after seeing you on TV. Have now reordered three times. Twice on your website and once on QVC. Your card has become my go to Christmas gift this year. I am giving it to all my friends. I know they will all just love it! And gift wrapping is so simple just put it in the Christmas card.

  • Owen Boyd

    Great product. You should consider developing a phone case that holds credit cards that also has your card imbedded in it.

  • Ellie

    How do you know when the card has run out of power?

  • Lynn Davis

    How about:

    Cruise Ships,

  • Madison B.

    Just received a phone call from bank, letting me know that there were 4 large fraudulent purchases on my account. Which is a great way to start the week. To help prevent this from happening I purchased one of your cards. I remembered seeing your company on The Shark Tank and I was impressed with how well it worked. I can’t wait to get your card in my wallet.

    Thank you for inventing this.

    A girl tired of getting new bank cards

  • J.Y.

    My credit card info was stolen couple months ago- likely at the grocery store for me. The thief ended up spending 350 at Home Depot, and tried to spend another 300+ at a giant. It was a pain. I had my credit card with me the whole time. I’m looking into different options to protect my cards – Sleeves, wallets, or the signal vault.

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