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VAULTCARD

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The VAULTCARD uses advanced jamming technology to protect all your credit cards against RFID theft. Offered at a discounted price for a limited time! Available Stock: 24

Description

How to Use
Simply place the VAULTCARD in your wallet, and it will protect all your credit cards from RFID skimming. Check out the video below to see how it works

As you can see from the video, I have personally tested the VAULTCARD and found it to work exceptionally well. It’s easy to use, effective, durable, and now offered at a discounted price to my customers!

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For frequently asked questions, click the FAQ tab.

Features

Jamming instead of shielding

There are two types of RFID blocking cards: shielding and jamming cards. VAULTCARD is a jamming card and therefore significantly more effective than comparable products on the market. Shielding cards can be compared to a protecting piece of metal foil and are only effective in very specific circumstances. In contrast, jamming cards function differently. They jam the receiver of both the RFID card and RFID scanner and as a result disturb communication between bank cards and RFID scanners.

Expanded range

Alternative jamming cards need to be placed square on to the protected card (in practice this makes such protection useless). Whereas, VAULTCARD and the RFID cards can be misaligned: at least 20mm along the short side and 40mm along the long side. This also means that VAULTCARD covers a significantly larger range. The usual range of available alternatives on the market is only 2-3 cm, whereas VAULTCARD’s is more than 6cm.

Strongest jamming signal

Rival products tend to capture only magnetic H-fields. However, VAULTCARD’s internal energy harnessing is designed to capture both the electric E-field as well as the magnetic H-field of electromagnetic waves. This more efficient energy harnessing greatly increases the jamming signal. The spectral energy of VAULTCARD’s signal is 1000x greater than that of competitors.

No blind spots

Most RFID blocking cards only work if they are inserted in front of a bank card and literally next to it. If you remove a blocking card by a fraction of an inch from the card it is protecting, the card can be easily read out by skimming devices. VAULTCARD on the other hand works irrespective of where it is placed (behind or in front) and it can be separated from the cards. Therefore, VAULTCARD has no “blind spots” – it completely blocks RFID signals even from high-powered skimming devices. It is also convenient to use, compact in size and can be placed in your existing wallet.

1. Does VAULTCARD need a battery or other power source? 
VAULTCARD is powered by the electromagnetic signal of the RFID devices it detects, so it doesn’t need its own power source. Other RFID fraud protectors on the market rely on battery power, which needs to be re-charged.

2. How far away does an RFID-enabled credit or debit card need to be from VAULTCARD before it works for a normal transaction?
Hold your payment card 20cm away from your VAULTCARD to use it for legitimate transactions.

3. Does VAULTCARD interfere with mobile phone signals? 
VAULTCARD is designed to protect cards in its immediate vicinity and will not affect mobile phone signals.

4. Why should I choose VAULTCARD over other RFID-blocking technology?
VAULTCARD has no RFID “blind spots” – it completely blocks RFID signals from the most high-powered skimming devices. It is also convenient to use, compact in size and can be placed in your existing wallet. → See document attached

5. How many cards can VAULTCARD protect? 
If VAULTCARD is placed in the middle of your wallet all RFID enabled cards will be protected within 4cm of the card, in wallets up to 8cm thick.

6. How does VAULTCARD affect my RFID enabled cards?
VAULTCARD has no impact on any of your cards. To be able to use your RFID enabled credit card you just need to move it away from VAULTCARD to a distance of more than 10 inches (25cm)

7. Are there any health risks associated with radio waves that VAULTCARD emits? 
In general RFID and VAULTCARD use the low-end of the electromagnetic spectrum. The waves VAULTCARD generates are no more dangerous than the waves coming to your car radio.

8. Can VAULTCARD de-magnetize my other credit cards?
NO. In general RFID and VAULTCARD use the low-end of the electromagnetic spectrum. The waves VAULTCARD generates are no more dangerous than the waves coming to your car radio. Which mean the magnetic component of the electromagnetic waves VAULTCARD generates is extremely small.

9. What can break VAULTCARD?
Serious physical damage to VAULTCARD will break it. You should not bend nor fold the card. Small bending is allowed though. In general, you should not do to VAULTCARD anything that you would not do to your credit card.

10. Can VAULTCARD be de-magnetized?
No.

11. How do I know if my VAULTCARD is genuine?
Serial number & hologram

12. Should I put VAULTCARD in front of the credit card or behind?
It does not matter whether you put VAULTCARD in front or behind a bank card. It will work in both situations.

13. How to test the jamming abilities of the card?
Blocking cards only work if they are inserted in front of a bank card and only if they are literally next to it. If you remove a blocking card by a fraction of an inch from the card it is protecting, the card can be easily scanned. VAULTCARD on the other hand works irrespective of where it is placed (behind or in front) and can be separated from the cards it is protecting by 4cm.

14. Will this card affect the phone signal?
VAULTCARD will have NO impact on your phone reception

15. Does VAULTCARD remain effective inside the RFID wallet?
Inside an RFID wallet VAULTCARD remains as effective.

16. Will the VAULTCARD in any way interfere with my iPhone since it’s directly behind it in the wallet case?
VAULTCARD will have NO impact on your phone reception since it operates at an entirely different frequency band. One thing to consider is Apple Pay. When VAULTCARD is inside your case wallet, Apple Pay will not work. You will need to take VAULTCARD out to be able to use Apple Pay. There is no other impact on iPhone operation.

17. Due to jamming device in VAULTCARD, could VC cause airport security to question what this card is?
VAULTCARD operates at frequencies of approximately 13MHz and is only active when it is in proximity of a RFID scanner operating at similar frequency. Airports metal detectors typically operate at frequency ranges of 1-100KHz (well below VAULTCARD’s). Airport X-Ray Scanners operate at 1016 Hz (Billon times above the range of VAULTCARD) and other non-ionizing radiation scanners operate at 25GHz+ (2000x higher than VAULTCARD’s). This means that both metal detectors and security scanners operate at frequency ranges far-far removed from that of VAULTCARD. As such VAULTCARD will not interfere with these systems and will look like a piece of plastic to them even if it was fully operating with a RFID scanner next to it.

18. How VAULTCARD differs from other RFID blocking cards on the market?
Firstly, there are two types of blocking cards: shielding and jamming. Shielding cards act like a piece of metal foil and are only effective in very specific circumstances. Jamming cards function differently. They jam the receiver of both the RFID card and RFID scanner and as a result disturb communication between bank cards and RFID scanners. VAULTCARD is a jamming card. However, it is significantly more effective than other products on the market. When using alternative products, the jamming card needs to be placed square on to the card(s) which it is protecting (in practice this makes such protection useless). When using VAULTCARD the bank card(s) and VAULTCARD can be misaligned: at least 20mm along the short side and 40mm along the long side. Additionally, VAULTCARD covers a significantly larger range. The typical range of available alternatives on the market is only 2-3 cm, whereas VAULTCARD’s is more than 6cm.

19. Is there latency between the instant an electronic magnetic wave is sensed and the jamming signal is activated?
No, there is no measurable latency.

20. Do I need 2 VAULTCARDS?
One VAULTCARD placed in the middle is more than sufficient. If you would like to protect more than 10 cards, placing one VAULTCARD on top and another at the bottom will provide addition protection.

21. Does VAULTCARD impact bin & chip cards?
Absolutely no impact on chip & pin functionality. Regarding RFID cards used for building access, things are a bit trickier. Old technology cards operating at 135 KHz will remain unaffected as they function at a different frequency range. New technology cards are operating at 13.56MHz and as such will be protected by VAULTCARD. You can check if you have a new or old technology door access card by doing the following: bring it to a shop with NFC/RFID payment terminal and touch the payment area. If no reaction from the terminal, that means you have an old card. If an error message pops up, then you have a new type 13.56 MHz card. Oyster card is a new generation RFID card and as such will be protected (blocked) by VAULTCARD.

22. If you use 2 VAULTCARDs in a wallet, would it create a cascade effect?
No, unless they are placed together. Placing the cards together will not improve protection. If you were to use two in a wallet it is better to put one on top and one at the bottom. This only make sense if you have a very thick wallet.

23. Would VAULTCARD also block Apple Pay if I stuck the card between the phone and the reader?
Apple Pay is using the same technology as a typical RFID/NFC payment system and as such will be blocked by VAULTCARD.