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Dec 15

Review: SignalVault Crowd Hacking Protection

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SignalVault protects your personal information from crowd hacking.

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Gina’s Library of Reviews is happy to bring you this review for Credit & Debit card protection from SignalVault.

My Thoughts about SignalVault:

SignalVault has been seen on Shark Tank, CNB, and Good Morning America. I found out about this company from their appearance on Shark Tank.

Identity theft is always something we are trying to protect ourselves from. We are careful about using our bank cards, and our surroundings at the ATM. We even make sure we only use protected websites to order online. Although doing those things is a great start, did you know they are not enough to fully protect yourself? Criminals are always learning new ways to commit their crimes. They can use a card reader that will read your card information while it’s still in your wallet! That’s where signalvault comes in handy.

This uses their  E-Field Technology to make your information invisible to hackers without batteries or charging. They suggest using two Credit & Debit card protectors per wallet.  The device contains a microchip that detects scanners and creates white noise to mask your information as well as a signal blocking component, giving you Dual-Stage protection.

They have directions on how to install them into your wallet on their website for different wallet types. These looks just like a credit card but it’s a lot thicker. They do not however add extra weight to your wallet. They even sell a RFID protected travel organizer that will hold your passport and credit cards. 

This would make a great stocking stuffer for everyone on your list this holiday season. You can purchase these in a pack of 2 (for $24.95) , 10 (for $99.95)  or 50 (for $450.00) 

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Gina

Hi, I’m Gina and owner of this blog. I'm married with numerous nieces and a nephews. I live in the Pittsburgh PA area. To work with me for a review for you, contact me at: libraryofreviews@gmail.com

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