July 15, 2015

Blockit RFID Blocking Sleeves Review

If you have a credit or debit card, there is a new digital security threat you need to be aware of.  An estimated one-third of all existing Visa, MasterCard and American Express cards have an embedded radio frequency identification (RFID Chip) that carries financial and personal data- which digital thieves can steal in seconds. It's called DIGITAL PICKPOCKETING!  Using digital readers they buy off the Internet for about $100, unscrupulous people- without ever touching you- can steal your name, account number, card expiration date and other information off your card, while it's tucked away safely in your wallet.

I received the purple and white card holders.  They are slim and not bulky in my wallet.  My wallet's card pockets are too tight for them to fit in but I have a pocket on the side under them that they fit in.  I have had my information stolen 2x and my parents have once so these are a must!!
  • Protect your family and Friends from Credit Card Fraud, Identity Theft and Digital Pickpocketing.
  • 6 fashionable designs are Color Coded Making it Easy to Locate the Right Card, Every Time.
  • Fits in your wallet:  Your Cards Fit Snuggly Inside Plus They Fit Easily in all Wallet Card Slots.
  • Exclusive technology:  BLOCKIT 3-Layer Construction for Maximum Protection
Secure your financial and personal data now!
BLOCKIT Sleeves will protect your privacy and secure your most valuable data from digital pickpocketing. Each BLOCKIT Sleeve is engineered using 3 performance layers - A layer of aluminum material blocks 13.56MHz frequencies, a copper substrate layer blocks all 125kHz, while the outer layer is a glossy paper with attractive full color design

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I received this product from the company free for review.  My opinions are my own and I will always be honest good or bad.

1 comment:

  1. I like keeping my cards in these sleeves - in a zip pocket in my purse - no fiddling with my wallet - and no worries about someone scanning my purse (which is how someone got my card number - grrrr)