Elizabeth's Best - Signal Vault



This came across my desk for review and I remained baffled to this blog day that someone could actually hack your credit card from your wallet. Seriously? My 27, ok, 47 year old self, wonders why people do such horrible things to each other. So while I feel like a Best Ever You lecture needs to happen, I'll refrain and instead just make sure you have the information on this latest product.


It's called Signal Vault. You can visit the website and watch all of their Shark Tank videos and product information videos at www.signal-vault.com. (Make sure you put that hyphen in there or you get the wrong website!! Might

be a great idea for the company to buy that other domain!)

Hackers can now walk past you and steal your credit/debit card numbers without ever touching you or your wallet using inexpensive RFID scanners or a cell phone like demonstrated in the video above. This new crime is called "Crowd Hacking" and the SignalVault is a easy to use, high-tech defense against this crime.

Don't believe me or the company, take a look at this:


The SignalVault uses our E-Field Technology to make your information invisible to hackers without batteries or charging. We suggest two SignalVault Credit & Debit card protectors per wallet. The device contains a microchip that detects scanners and creates white noise to mask your information as well as a signal blocking component, giving you Dual-Stage protection.

Anyway, this is a cool product. While I was a little bit less thrilled with this in terms of, let's say, comparing it to a box of shoes arriving, I can see it's value. An my husband, who has a conference to attend instantly said, "Now that's something I can give away in the booth." So the ability to put your logo on this and order in quantity is very cool.

The prices vary from $17.95+ and it lasts for about three years.

Those Sharks know what they are doing!! Thanks for sending this my way!


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