Combat Contactless Card Fraud with Vaultskin's VAULTCARD

Combat Contactless Card Fraud with Vaultskin's VAULTCARD

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Vaultskin recently announced the launch of VAULTCARD – a new pocket-sized protector in the fight against contactless credit card fraud. The product offers a solution to growing consumer concerns over the safety of personal banking data, which can be accessed via widely available Radio-Frequency Identification Technology (RFID) skimming devices.

U.S. credit card fraud is on the rise. A study by NASDAQ showed that credit card fraud tripled from 2013 to 2014, affecting over 30 million U.S. consumers. Fraudsters can use the devices to clone cards and aid identity theft, with shoppers and commuters at most risk. VAULTCARD was created to solve this security issue.

Priced at $35, VAULTCARD is a credit-card sized device that uses revolutionary patent pending technology, based on highly sophisticated military jamming signals, to shield contactless payment cards from RFID fraud.

VAULTCARD protects multiple cards stored inside wallets up to 8cm thick and can also be placed inside electronic passport holders to keep personal data safe from fraudsters.

The card offers the most superior and effective RFID protection solution available, and was created by VAULTCARD’s parent company – Vaultskin – which specialises in the development of innovative accessories for mobile and data protection devices.

What makes VAULTCARD superior to other solutions?
Several products offer shielding using metal foil or white noise based jamming technologies, but these are susceptible to security ‘blind spots’, making them an unreliable solution.

VAULTCARD provides superior protection that:

● Uses sophisticated electromagnetic jamming technology that completely blocks RFID signals from
the highest-powered skimming devices
● Protects multiple cards simultaneously
● Does not rely on battery, powered by energy from RFID scanner
● Is convenient to use
● Is compact and can be used with an existing wallet

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