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Shenzhen A. N. G Technology Co., Ltd.

RFID Block, RFID Blocking, Card Sets manufacturer / supplier in China, offering Security RFID Wallet Blocking Card Protect Your Personal Information, Waterproof RFID Silicone Wristband for Gym Health Care Leisure Center, Serial Number Printing RFID UHF Animal Tag for Pasture Management and so on.

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Security RFID Wallet Blocking Card Protect Your Personal Information

FOB Price: US $1-2 / Piece
Min. Order: 500 Pieces
Min. Order FOB Price
500 Pieces US $1-2/ Piece
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Port: Shenzhen, China
Production Capacity: 1000, 000PCS Per Month
Payment Terms: T/T, Western Union, Paypal, Company account

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Basic Info
  • Model NO.: AC-S116
  • Type: Smart Card
  • Read-Write Method: Non-Contact
  • Structure: No
  • Power Supply Mode: No
  • Data Transmission Mode: No
  • Color: Cmyk Print
  • Thickness: 1.2 --1.4mm
  • Trademark: OEM
  • Specification: Customized
  • HS Code: 8523521000
  • Function: Protect Personal Information of Credit Card, Passp
  • Material: PVC+FPC
  • Label Category: Shield Card
  • Application Field: Shield Card
  • Frequency: No
  • Printing Optioning: White Glossy, White Matte, Full Color or Custom De
  • Feature: High Security, Durable, Anti-Hacking
  • Usage: Security Protector, Promotional Gift
  • Transport Package: According to The Procurement Quantity Packed in Ca
  • Origin: China
Product Description
Security RFID Wallet Blocking Card protect your personal information

    RFID technologies have been around for a long time, and they're now included in more and more items. Yes, your RFID products can possibly be read from a distance. Yes, a hacker might be able to read your credit card information remotely as you pass by. But before you buy an RFID-blocking product, ask yourself if you're worrying about the right things.

    First and foremost, does your credit card actually have an RFID transmitter? The vast majority does not. Have you ever been told you can hold up your credit card to a wireless payment terminal, and without inserting your card, pay for something? For most of my friends, and the world in general, the answer is no.
Most RFID-enabled credit cards are heavily marketed as capable of being used wirelessly. They have names that imply wireless payment: PayPass, Blink, PayWave, Express Pay, and so on. Usually they bear a little RFID/contactless payment logo.

    Hint: The new little golden metallic square on your new credit card does not indicate RFID. Also, many new contactless payment cards will have chip-and-PIN protection -- or will use the chip to securely protect even RFID communications.

    If you look at the number of credit cards with RFID, you can't even represent it statistically. It's not 0 percent, but it's so far below 1 percent that it might as well be 0 percent. Part of the problem is that every major credit card vendor came out with its own version, so vendors and merchants had to physically support the same standards. Most people don't want to have to figure out which vendors support which wireless cards and go get that specific card type.

   On top of that, most of the world is going to wireless payments using your mobile device. Apple Pay had more users and adopters in its first day in the market than all active users of RFID credit card products combined. Apple Pay works with every credit card you have, as long as your vendor supports Apple Pay. Did I mention that Apple Pay is far more secure in almost every way?

    RFID cards are coming with chip-and-PIN protections, and the lessons learned from Apple Pay (and other mobile phone wireless payment solutions) are migrating to credit cards. The days when a bad guy can sit on a corner and sniff your credit card information out of thin air are numbered.

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But did that bad guy ever sit on the corner in the first place? Sure, I've seen the demos, but I've yet to hear of one criminal who was caught using an RFID sniffer or who admitted to stealing credit card info wirelessly. We know about all sorts of cyber crime. Why not the theft of RFID credit card information if the risk is so high?
Here's why: It would be a lousy use of a criminal mastermind's time. Today's smart criminals break into websites and steal hundreds of thousands to tens of millions of credit cards at a time. Why would a criminal go to the effort and expense of stealing credit card info one card at a time when you can steal a million in one shot?
If a criminal wants a credit card or even your specific credit card, he or she can buy it for a few bucks from several places on the Internet. In fact, it's significantly cheaper than buying all the necessary RFID attack equipment and sitting in a public square (which is likely to have one or more security cameras trained on it these days).
Still worried? If you actually have an RFID-enabled credit card, it turns out aluminum foil does the same job, if not better, than an expensive RFID-blocking sleeve. I know I'm going to get email from RFID-blocking vendors saying their products protect better than aluminum foil. No doubt that's true in some cases.
But if you're worried about that, you should also be wrapping your car keys in aluminum foil. Now we're in the paranoid zone. I've heard from readers who have -- I'm not making this up -- removed every electronic product in their house due to hacking fears. They've sold their new cars with embedded computers and gone back to older models without any. I can't tell if I'm dealing with regular paranoid people or true paranoid schizophrenics.
If you have a credit card, there's a huge risk it will be hacked, but not by a guy sitting on a corner sniffing for your card as you walk by. The former is a fact of life. In the latter case, you might have a better chance of winning the lottery.

Specifications:
ApplicationBlocking RFID LF 125 kHz, HF 13.56 MHz and UHF 860-920 MHz, antimagnetic
Material275gsm coated paper with one side sliver color aluminum foil
Common Size87*56mm or customized
Printing4/4 color custom printing and can printing coated paper side or aluminum foil side
SurfaceGlossy finish or Matt finish
Package50 cards/opp bag, 5000pcs per carton, G.W/Carton: 8KG
Custom Package accepted
Delivery Time8~15 days based on QTY
ShippingBy express, sea or air
Payment termT/T, Paypal, Western Union, L/C, RMB
MOQ2000pcs
Free SampleAvailable at any time

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1. Every customer is one of our family,we will be warmly kind to you for any questions.
2. if you need any help,just feel free to contact our team group.
3. We will try our best to meet our customer requirements.
4. We are always online for you.
5. Our QC team will check the goods seriously before shipment.
6. Delivery time will be promised.
7. Every item you ordered is what you expected.
8. Every problem of the product will be solved for you,as we are family.

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