The Hidden Dangers of RFID Chips

Posted by Chase Corp Editor on Apr 7, 2022 12:00:09 PM

In our ever-evolving world, we carry many IDs that store personal information in microchips, like passports or credit cards.  

Microchips help us accelerate activities, like buying or registering, by using radio waves to automatically send the necessary information to whoever is scanning. This process uses RFID, or “Radio Frequency Identification.” With just an RFID scanner device, officials at airports or stores can receive the information they require from microchips using radio waves. 

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Topics: RFID, resistant paper, Papertyger, Credit Card Skimmers, skimmers

Why Credit Card Skimmers are a Problem and How to Avoid it

Posted by Layla May on Feb 26, 2020 10:00:00 AM

So, you take out last month’s credit card statement, take a look and realize something doesn’t add up. What are all these charges from stores that you know you didn’t make? Did you even go to any of these locations? And how can this be when you still have your credit card? You may have just become a victim of a credit card scanner scam called credit card skimming. But we have a simple and cost-effective way to avoid this nightmare. Read on to find out our secret.

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Topics: RFID, Credit Card Skimmers

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