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mark rfid

if i were you i would get the chip removed. it has been proven in lab studys that canceruos tumor a very common sideefect of these chips.. if some Doubts pls go thru Links below also read  albrecht microchip cancer full report


albrecht microchip cancer full report


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Published on May 28, 2015

In newer credit and debit cards there is a RFID / NFC chip that allows you to use your card at stores without swiping the magnetic strip. It works by radio waves and is usually only good for around 6″ or closer to the receiver. The problem with this is it’s a security problem as anyone with a small hand-held scanner can grab your information when they wave it by your back pocket. Also I have noticed that whenever you use this feature the transaction defaults to credit, not debit.

All you have to do it look on your credit / debit card in the reflection, and it will be a small indent in the plastic about 2 millimetre square. simply punch a hole through it and you will hear the chip crack. Once you do that the RFID chip is disabled and will no longer function. The magnetic strip will still work.

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Published on Nov 24, 2015

New credit or debit cards have a build in radio frequency chip that allows the purchaser to simply wipe their card over the check out area instead of swiping it through a card readers magnetic strip. When a credit card or debit card has one of these chips inside of them, in a crowed area, if someone has a card reader one can charge your credit card quick and easily as these chipped cards have about a 5 to 6 inch range signal to the machine receiving it. To stay secure, find the area of the card that is indented and simply punch it out as explained in this video. You will remove the chip but the magnetic strip will work fine for traditional swiping the card checkouts.


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