ICFE eNEWS #11-36 - November 20th 2011


New Credit/Debit Card Sleeves from ICFE uses
new ANTI-RFID technology to protect against electronic eavesdroppers.

Widespread and often illegal use of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology has made carrying a driver's license, military/government ID, many passports, and credit/debit cards very risky because of the easy ability of electronic eavesdroppers to read magnetic strips and computer chips which are embedded in the cards.

Cards that are carried in pockets, or kept in a wallet, pocketbook or briefcase are especially vulnerable. The result is stolen credit and identity and the victims didn't feel a thing.

Introducing the new specially laminated credit/debit card sleeves designed to keep personal information safe from prying electronic eavesdroppers.

The new technology prevents the magnetic stripe, found on almost all passport, ID cards and credit/debit cards, and even those with a chip embedded, from being read by RFID scanners.

The ICFE first made the credit/debit card sleeves, a/k/a the credit card condom, available in 1993. Since then, hundreds of thousands are in circulation world-wide.

Protecting personal information on credit/debit cards is a top priority for everyone. Now it can be done inexpensively with the ICFE's new anti-RFID Credit/Debit Card Sleeves. Practically anywhere someone goes with ID and/or credit/debit cards on their person they are very vulnerable to thieves - electronic pickpockets - unless they have these new sleeves with the anti-RFID technology. Order now! For more information and bulk-order pricing call Paul Richard at 619-239-1401 or icfe@cox.net.

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Sent by:

Paul Richard
President - Executive Director
Institute of Consumer Financial Education (ICFE)

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