RFID chip enabled credit card DEACTIVATION in Canada- HOW TO prevent identity theft

Most merchants require chip enabled credit cards (CC) in Canada now. To protect your information from being stolen and used for fraudulent activity simply deactivate it yourself. When paying, another option of either swiping or a manual transaction can be used. Also by leaving your CC unsigned on the back, along with having a hole in the chip, staff are forced to ID the customer. This is more secure.

(update may 2013- i lost my credit card and luckily nobody could "tap" my card on "paypass"...

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Can someone duplicate my RFID chip in my credit card? Should I be worried?

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Can someone duplicate my RFID chip in my credit card? Should I be worried?

With all the fear concerning copied credit cards and the broader liability of identity theft, it is no surprise that this is one of the leading concerns for those with items containing an RFID chip. While it would take a great deal of sophistication to duplicate the RFID chip of a credit...

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