RFID stands for Radio-Frequency Identification. The chip-based technology is used by many industries in many roles and is often used in credit cards or passports to store personal information, which can be transmitted to an RFID scanner.
RFID theft (often referred to as skimming) is when someone uses a scanner to read and duplicate the personal information from someone’s RFID enabled items (such as credits cards and passports) without their knowledge, resulting in credit card fraud and identity theft.
RFID enabled credit cards display a radio wave symbol:
RFID enabled passports display a chip symbol:
A material designed to block RFID signals is included in the wallet lining. While your cards or passport are wrapped inside that material, a scanner will not be able to read the information inside.
The wallets in our RFID Wallet collection are crafted with a special RFID blocking lining that protects credit cards and passports against fraud and identity theft, providing peace of mind and convenience for everyday commuters and world travellers alike.