December 7th, 2014
Tracey Grimshaw & the team at ACA including reporter Alison Piotrowki and technology expert Trevor Long recently ran a report (on air date 4 December 2014) about the growing concern over criminals being able to wireless skim your data.
Overall it was a good report & we think that its great that the mainstream media is bringing this crime to light for the benefit of the consumers knowing it is happening now today.
We are a little concerned they did not offer a solution, which if they had researched further could have featured Armourcard. Not only an Australian invention but the only protect to offer 2nd generation protection that electronically protects peoples credit cards & ePassports data from being wirelessly skimmed.
We have again been in contact with ACA team to do a follow up story with the solution but have yet NOT heard a thing, same as last time they ran a story and we followed up with them.
Come on Tracey & the ACA team don’t you think that an Australian invention that is leading the world in protecting customers data from this crime is worth a mention and your support.
We will keep trying to get media support in our own country for an Australian start-up & world leading invention. It seems the US media gives Armourcard more play than their Australian counterparts.
For the story go to the A Current Affair website here to view video