- April 29, 2013
-- The iWallet, a high tech cash and credit card wallet is getting great reviews for its effectiveness to deter wallet and identity theft. A study was conducted on college campus dorms that the rate of stolen credit card numbers and cash among fellow roommates decreased by up to 95% for those that purchased the iWallet since only the owner of this wallet has access to its contents.
The media is dubbing as “iWallet”the new NFC (near field communication)
software that Apple plans to launch by this summer. The problem is that this trademark is owned by the company that manufactures the cash and credit card wallet “iWallet”. Their trademark extends to wallets, luggage and software. A spokesman for the iWallet Corporation has indicated that they will pursue legal action against those that use their trademark without their written authorization.
You can download for free in Apple’s appstore and Android’s Playstore the app “iWallet alert” that, once you purchase an iWallet, you can pair both your cellular phone and iWallet so that when they are more than 20 yards away from each other, a loud alarm will go off. We found this very useful when for instance you leave behind your cellular phone at a restaurant since the iWallet will alert you.http://www.iwalletusa.com