With the holidays coming up, this is the perfect time for me to share with you an important way to protect yourself while shopping close to home and traveling away from home. 
These RFID Blocking Sleeves will protect your identity as well as your financial information. I had no idea of the scams that were out there and how easy it is for someone to steal all your sensitive information without actually having your card in their hand. 
Just sliding your credit card into these sleeves protects your cards from hackers stealing your information. There have been news reports of machines being attached to gas pumps, hackers waving their readers over your purse while you are shopping or even while you are sitting at the airport. These hackers are sneaky and before you ever realize what has happened they have taken off with your hard-earned money. 
For a small amount of money, you can protect yourself whether you are shopping at your local grocery store, flying to visit family, or traveling for business out of the country. This package includes two sleeves for your passports and ten sleeves for your credit cards and IDs. That is just $1.33 per sleeve to protect your priceless identity and credit. The only downside is the sleeves take up a bit more space, so my cards don’t fit the same way in my wallet. But that is a small issue that I can fix by rearranging things. 
With our family traveling to Canada this summer, I will have a great peace of mind while we travel. I never even knew these items existed until Josh approached me to try these. I’m so thankful and now I can tell all of you about this super easy way to protect yourself. You should get them for everyone on your Christmas list! 
To get your own RFID Blocking Credit Card and Passport Sleeves, click the photo below:
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