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RE: Multiple RFID credit cards - which one gets read?

By H. Waddell 2011-01-13 09:52:45 AM

> re: Chase Offers Contactless Cards in a Blink
> ----------------------
> So in a few years when I have several of these, how do I
> know which one is selected by the RFID reader? What is the
> reception distance and what does it do if it finds several
> RFID tags within receiver range? Thanks! -dmg


You will need to shield these type bank cards from unauthorized
scans. Either buy RFID blocking secure sleeve technology or secure
wallets or purses. you will need to remove the card you wish to use
from the sleeve or protective devices and allow the reader to scan the transaction and then place the card back into the protection devices you use. I sell cheap functional sleeves and devices which will provide this type of security, identitylockusa.com

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Multiple RFID credit cards - which one gets read?
By A. Arunachalam
11.08.2005
RE: Multiple RFID credit cards - which one gets read?
By H. Waddell
01.13.2011

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