New Innovative Wrist Wallet Helps Prevent Identity Theft During the Holiday Season
WASHINGTON, DC -- 12/16/2004 -- Identity theft is the #1 growing crime in America. Itís also the hardest crime to recuperate from. A recent report from the Federal Trade Commission revealed that an identity-theft victim can spend up to 175 hours and thousands of dollars trying to recover from the experience.
Oneís chance of being an ID theft victim is increased during the holiday season. In fact, travelers during the holiday season are the most common targets. Purse snatchers and pick-pocketing thieves are known to hang out in airports, at holiday parades, at major sporting events, in downtown districts, and even nearby worldwide tourist attractions.
Bodiband (www.bodiband.com), a patented new wallet that you wear on your wrist, offers an effective solution to identity theft. The wrist wallet prevents valuable information and even money from being stolen by way of pick-pocketing and purse-snatching. It goes onto the wrist with one-hand ease, and stays within the ownerís easy reach, but out of the way of thieves.
Detective Cedric Mitchell, nationally renowned for law-enforcement security training, comments, ďBodiband replaces the same old wallet that for 100 years has been stolen the same old way, with a patented, new, high-fashion design thatís worn conveniently on the wrist, where it canít be taken without the wearerís knowledge. Itís virtually impossible to steal.Ē
The patented wrist wallet debuted on QVC and has been featured in The Washington Post and other national and local news publications. The product has been ordered by schools, government agencies, retail buyers, and independent vendors across the country.
For more info about Bodiband or for individual/group ordering, visit www.Bodiband.com or call 301-899-1950.
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