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Signal Vault

Signal Vault on Shark Tank

Wireless Pickpocket Protection - Episode 701- 9/25/2015

Signal Vault demonstrated on Shark Tank Episode 701
Signal Vault Wireless
Pick Pocket Protection appearing on
Shark Tank Episode 701
  After learning about the SignalVault appearing on Shark Tank Season 7 Episode 701, I guarantee you'll never look at your Credit and Debit Cards the same ever again. Not only credit cards and debit cards, but every single card you're carrying around with an RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) computer chip including Pass Cards, Military CAC cards, U.S. Passports and even Enhanced Drivers licenses. All the information is vulnerable (including your PIN) to electronically being pick pocketed by a small, inexpensive electronic device up to 25 feet away. The modern day pick-pocket-er or Identity Thief only needs to walk around any place people gather, and unbelievably, walk away with everyone's information not protected with a Signal Vault type device. How many unprotected RFID Cards are in your Wallet? 

The entrepreneur who invented the Signal Vault is Chris Gilpin from Sanford, Florida. While most fear-based products seen on the Shark Tank have not fared well with the Sharks, the Signal Vault is one technology protection product everyone needs to learn the details. Sure, I've heard about these RFID credit card readers and scanners before but was under the illusion someone had to get very close to me to electronically hack my information. But as with all technology in recent years, the credit card thieves have evolved their technology and can now steal your information up to 25 feet away.

Gilpin's Signal Vault invention resembles a credit or bank card that transmits a higher radio frequency than the RFID Enhanced Cards. By just adding the SignalVault Card along with all your other cards you'll be protected from RFID Readers, Sniffers and Scanners.  The first version of the Signal Vault first went on sale in 2013. In 2014, Chris upgraded the security features with a stronger microchip and improved long distance antenna. Now just days away from appearing on the Shark Tank, the Signal Vault just received its third upgrade adding a Dual Protection to the device.

Signal Vault Reviews before Shark Tank Update

The reviews for the Signal Vault are a little mixed if you go back to the first production run. With each new upgrade the reviews have certainly been stronger as the product's performance is now increased to a range of 30 feet with RFID Card Protection. The Signal Vault Credit & Debit Card Protector's Only 15.95 with Free Shipping and guaranteed to last 6 to 9 years. Not a bad deal considering the alternative if you happen to be in the wrong place at the right time.

Now aside from an estimated 10 million viewers who'll watch Shark Tank Season 7's premiere Episode 701 learning about electronic pick-pocketing for the first time, there's another Marketing Opportunity just as lucrative. The obvious target market would be the Banking Institutions issuing RFID Credit and Debit Cards in the first place. Not only does it help protect their customers from this growing problem, but they can turn the Signal Vault Card into a form of Branding on the card itself.

The other market who'd be interested in buying the Signal Vault Protection Cards in bulk is any Business that hands out Business Cards. Every time your customer (or potential customer) uses a credit or debit card, they'll also see the Signal Vault Card printed with your Business Card or Marketing information.

Watch the Chris Gilpin and the Signal Vault Electronic Protection Card on the next Brand New Season 7 Shark Tank Show Friday night September 25th, and see if He gets a deal with the Sharks. The premiere episode is kicking off Season 7 Featuring Ashton Kutcher as the newest Guest Shark that's made a Fortune Investing in Technology Related Businesses.

Signal Vault Website


  1. Any guarantees if it fails and my credit card data is breached?

    1. There likely isnt a way to directly connect any theft to this card. I would doubt so because your information could.have been taken may other ways. Its just securing against one of them.