Even if you plan to travel or run a quick errand, you could become a victim of identity theft.
Personal information such as your name, address, bank account, phone number, credit card numbers, and even your social security number could be stolen at any time and from any location. Worse still, identity thieves will go so far as to have you arrested.
Avoid this scenario by encrypting your personal information, such as by using RFID-enabled items.
But, What is RFID?
RFID, which stands for radio frequency identification, is a type of wireless communication. RFID chips are occasionally used in passports, credit cards, and transportation passes to enable fast scanning and contactless payments. These chips send out radio signals that anyone with a reader could potentially intercept.
We can secure your protection and keep you from becoming a victim of identity theft with Wanderskye's RFID-enabled essentials. Check out the items below:
- RFID Blocking Wallet
RFID Blocking wallets can keep your credit cards and IDs safe from data thieves. It is small and lightweight, and it can hold up to 6-7 cards. Use RFID-block wallets instead of regular wallets to keep your data safe!
Keep your credit card and documents safe from unauthorized skimming. This can be used on a daily basis, but especially when traveling.
Carry your passport, cash, cards, pen, and boarding pass in one stylish pocket-sized holder made with RFID blocking for safety and protection.
This RFID-protected pouch ensures your safety. You can carry everything you need without fear! It can also be worn under your clothes to keep thieves at bay!
There are several more strategies to avoid all of these things from happening to you, such as using strong passwords when doing online transactions, safeguarding personal documents, restricting what you carry around, and being more cautious.
We also want to make sure that your belongings and personal information are secure at Wanderskye. The items mentioned above are just a handful that can help safeguard your data from scams, phishing attacks, and other threats.