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Are your credit cards safe from scammers? Use RFID Protection

How safe are your Credit Cards?

The RFID products blocks accidental or intentional scanning / scamming of your credit cards. It is a must have product for today's Contactless Cashless Society.

Accidental charges may occur:

  • at point of sale terminal

  • at transit locations or

  • by unscrupulous people with scanners

It prevents your credit card being stolen by NFC (near field communication) scanners and NFC enabled phones. Simply place this shield in your wallet over your credit cards to protect against data & identity theft. Also, install the latest Anti Virus software in your mobile phone in addition to using RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) Protection. These products are Safe, Practical, Good Value for Money!

"Identity and fraud is one of Australia’s fastest growing crimes and one in four Australians had been a victim or had known someone who had been a victim of identity theft."

Australia’s Attorney-General at the time Nicola Roxon

M & M Professionals has everything from Credit Card Protection, Data Blocker Wallet, Passport Protection, Business Card Holder with RFID capability, Phone Card Sleeve with RFID capability, Expandable Card Holder that goes on the back of your mobile phone, Aluminium Card Wallet, RFID cases and many more.

Don't leave home without RFID protection. You would never know who is capable of stealing your identity and selling this information on-line in the black market. It is better to be safe than sorry. 

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RFID Scam Protection
RFID Scam Protection

These are some of our best selling RFID protection products

RFID Scam Protection Card Holders
RFID Scam Protection Card Holders
Liberty RFID Pouch I
Liberty RFID Pouch I
Wally Carta RFID Case (BC125)
Wally Carta RFID Case (BC125)
Wally Porto RFID Card Wallet
Wally Porto RFID Card Wallet

Do you really need RFID Protection?

The Australian Institute of Criminology was commissioned by the Attorney-General’s Department to undertake a national survey in 2016 about community experiences of identity crime and misuse. The report indicates that identity crime continues to be one of the most common crimes in Australia. It also estimates that the annual economic impact of identity crime exceeds $2.2 billion.  These figures support findings from the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission that identity crime continues to be a key enabler of serious and organised crime.

Key findings from this survey showed:

  • Almost one in 10 people experienced misuse of their personal information in the previous 12 months, and one in five people experienced misuse of their personal information at some point in their lives.

  • Five percent of people experienced identity crime or misuse resulting in a financial loss in the previous 12 months.

These findings indicate that identity crime has become one of the most prevalent crime types affecting Australians.

Source: Ombro Leather Goods (blog posted 17th January 2018)

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