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Will aluminium foil block rfid?

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Most credit cards today are equipped and with a radio frequency identifier or RFID. These cards are the cash of the future, and it is already here. These cards are carried by almost everyone in today’s world wide economy. The use of this type of payment has taken over the cash market.Card safety and protection are of the utmost importance.

Most consumers who own these cards rely on them daily for their individual needs. The thought of someone gaining access to your account information is very disturbing. This could create complete havoc in a persons life. The missing cash is bad enough to think about and deal with. Then there is the long, drawn out process of getting access and straightening all the mess out. In the meantime you have no access to your account and, worst of all, no cash to access.

Will aluminium foil block rfid?

will aluminium foil block rfidAsk yourself. So what can done to protect your cards and yourself from radio frequency readers? I guess you could wrap it up in tinfoil and hope for the best. I would not suggest trying this idea at all. I would not jeopardize my personal assets on a small amount of aluminum foil. Sure I would trust tinfoil in the kitchen with Grandma’s casserole, however I wouldn’t want to trust it with the paycheck. As the future of money transfer continues to move forward it would not be surprising to see all cash and assets move to RFID cards.
Even Government and State program benefits such as Social Security, social Services, foods stamps, and temporary cash assistance might one day be loaded on RFID cards. Many consumers and their families livelihood would depend on these cards and their security, for everyday needs.

Stainless Steal RFID Credit Card Protector

Metal Credit Card Holder - Handmade - Ultra Thin 0.15 inch - RFID Credit Card Protector - Stainless Steel Credit Card Holder - Credit Card Protector Sleeve - 2The RFID stainless steel card protector is the way to move forward and protect your personal assets for years to come. RFID readers can not pass through and read the radio frequency, when the cards are in this protective case. Your assets and personal security is guaranteed. The stainless steal case has many other benefits to offer beyond Radio Frequency disruption.

Learn more details about the stainless steel rfid blocking sleeve

The case also will protect your cards from being smashed or damaged. The stainless steel case will not rust so it will not harm your cards in wet or humid conditions. The Stainless Steel RFID case protector is the way to go when protecting your valuable assets. Now and in the future.


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