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RFID Blocking Products – Passport Cases, Wallet, Sleeves and other Materials

Updated on June 18, 2013

Did you know that even if your credit card and other identification cards are inside your wallet and bag, your personal information, account number and other bank info can be tracked and snatched without your knowledge? Credit cards, debit cards, atm cards and other IDs have RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) chips which do amazing reader stuff when we swipe them. RFID is helpful yes but to this high-tech modern world, RFID chips can also be used for identity theft. A thief can extract your card information using some gadgets especially made for accessing and copying devices and cards with RFID chips. To avoid those risks, just use RFID blocking products such as wallets, cases, sleeves, fabric, passport holders and the like.

  • Tips to avoid Identity Theft

  • Don’t share your personal information such as SS Number to anyone
  • Use Anti-virus software on your computer
  • Don’t reply to malicious email tempting offers
  • Don’t throw away your old bank statements and credit card and other bills, shred or burn them
  • Use RFID Blocking Products

RFID Blocking Wallets

No worries RFID blocking wallets are so affordable. These are so worth to have to avoid unauthorized access to bank and personal information. These wallets blocks any RFID readers and gadgets. You can happily shop and be anywhere you wanna be without identity theft risk. Choose your wallet - nylon, aluminum and leather available for ladies and men.

RFID Blocking Passport Cases

This is so important for traveling and everyday use. Your passport, credit card, and other IDs will be secure and safe having these cases. You can choose your case and holder. Some cases also include slots for cards, IDs and compartments for itinerary, tickets and money.

This one is so cheap yet it suits US, UK and Australian passports. Its specially lined pockets block RFID signals so your private information cannot be read by any gadget.

RFID Secure Sleeve for 10-Pack

This one holds lots of cards and IDs such as passport, driver’s license, and major US cards and IDs.

These amazing products are also available to malls and shops in case you don’t wanna them online. If you wish to purchase online, make sure you have an anti-virus software. :)

Do you use RFID Blocking Wallet and other Products?

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    • electronician profile image

      Dean Walsh 

      4 years ago from Birmingham, England

      Ever since my credit card started offering contactless payments I've been rather worried about this, so I'm giving this hub a thumbs up and voting it useful - thanks!

    • Nell Rose profile image

      Nell Rose 

      4 years ago from England

      Sounds like a great product and so very important, voted up!

    • twentyfive profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago

      Oh that sounds so frustrating. I hope you got everything back. It's a terrible thing. Thank you for dropping by. Bless ya!

    • teaches12345 profile image

      Dianna Mendez 

      5 years ago

      Now that I have read your post, I am going to look into these useful products. I have had my identity stolen and it's so frustrating. This is excellent advice!

    • twentyfive profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago

      Hi fPherj! Yes these RFID blocking products are important for privacy protection and avoiding identity theft. They can also help to decrease such crimes. Thanks for commenting :)

    • fpherj48 profile image


      5 years ago from Beautiful Upstate New York

      Twentyfive....Extremely valuable information and advice. We truly need to be vigilant and on our toes at all time, to protect our privacy/personal data. It is amazing what means exist that aid the "bad guy." Rather depressing how we must always be so alert!....Great hub...UP++

    • twentyfive profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago

      Yup it's nice to know there are also products to keep our info safe. Thanks for commenting Winterfate :)

    • Winterfate profile image

      Darrin Perez 

      5 years ago from Puerto Rico

      Very interesting hub! I don't even want to comment on the implications of how RFID can be quite dangerous, especially nowadays. So, I'll just say that this seems like it would be a great solution for anyone who doesn't want personal information stolen by people who would know how to do so.


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