What is a Credit Card Mask?
Credit Card Masks are designed to prevent credit card theft by hiding part of your credit card number on the front and back of your credit card. All Credit Card Masks come with a glossy, water-resistant adhesive able to work in the most extreme merchant environments (i.e. ATMs, Card Insert, Card Swipe and even HIGH RISK Manual Imprinting credit card machines). See how they work…
Promote Your Business with Custom Credit Card Masks!
Credit Card Masks mask the perfect financial and security promotional products. Customize your Credit Card Mask with your business logo, slogan and contact information. Market your business with every customer credit card transaction. Give your customers a security promotional product they will actually use. Show your customers you care about protecting their personal identity and have them socialize your business for you. Read more about MaskYourCard’s security promotional products…
Credit Card Theft Prevention
Credit Card Protection Services do NOT prevent credit card theft. Don’t take this the wrong way, Credit Card Protection Service companies offer a good re-active insurance service that notifies their customer that their credit card information was stolen. Recovering from credit card theft can be frustrating even with good Credit Card Protection Service. Why not prevent credit card theft with a Credit Card Mask?
Who Steals Credit Card Information?
Merchant Thieves do! The people we trust to make a single transaction with our credit card information exposed. These people do not need to see your sensitive account number to use a credit card swiping machine.
It takes 2 seconds to steal credit card information and 2 months to recover from fraud! The credit card brands have made it easy for everyone to use your credit card information. See how easy it is to steal credit card information…
Credit Card Theft is a $500,000,000 Business!
A common misconception is that only hackers steal credit card information. According to the federal reserve, credit and debit cards reported “lost or stolen” make up 57% of all identity theft incidents in which the method of access was unknown. Hackers don’t steal one card at a time. They crack database and when a database is cracked the merchant and service provider generally know it and will inform their customers that their credit card information was stolen.
The issuing banks and credit card brands make it easy for credit card thieves to grow their business; see how…
Credit Card Issuing Banks Fail to be Compliant!
According to the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard (DSS) Requirement 3.3, the primary account number (PAN) is to be masked whenever it is displayed. Every issuing bank displays the sensitive account number in clear text on every credit card they issue. Learn more about this huge PCI compliance challenge.