In: Aluma Wallet
July 2nd, 2013
Aluma Wallet – As seen on TV and by RFID skimmers ?
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There are many RFID wallets on the market and none are as aggressive in their advertising as the Aluma Wallet.
We applaud Aluma Wallet for helping educate the public on the issue of needing RFID protection, as most people either didn’t even know there was an issue or just never thought it would happen to them.
So first up…
well done for getting it out there.
Aluma Wallet quite rightly states several very real statistics on their infomercials and they believe that a hard aluminium cased wallet offers some level of protection against electronic pickpocketing.
We at ARMOURCARD have done our own research and we were not satisfied that the level of protection these aluminium wallets like Aluma Wallet give actually prevents a dialled up power RFID reader from penetrating their metal cases.
To us, they seem a little ‘analog’ and at the very best may limit the distance an RFID reader can interrogate your credit cards from, apart from the fact that they are ugly, bulky and can easily slip out of your pocket (so you may actually lose your wallet)
No that wasn’t just why we developed ARMOURCARD which offers our latest ‘patented Active RFID Protection’
Plus the fact that with ARMOURCARD you can own any wallet you like and not be forced to buy any ugly RFID protection claiming wallet to get at least what is perceived to be some ‘passive’ protection.
No we developed ARMOURCARD and patented our new ‘Active RFID Protection’ that actually jams the RFID & NFC signals so no queries from a reader regardless how powerful the reader is dialled up or how big the antenna is, will no circumvent ARMOURCARD’s jammng technology.
Now ask yourself this…
Do you want to be told to buy an ugly, bulky aluminium wallet that may or may not protect your personal data from electronic skimming
Do you want the latest ‘Active RFID Protection’ that actively tackles the problem differently and in better more secure way
NOT from passively, maybe, hopefully trying to block a signal?..
BUT actively jams all RFID & NFC signals using the most common bandwidth used for contact-less devices of 13.56Mhz.
We asked that same question and that is why we developed ARMOURCARD, to protect our own personal data,
Now you can protect yours.
Video: America Now News Report putting Aluma Wallets claims to the test