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Security is your number one concern. Even the slightest piece of paper can be used for stealing or phishing your identity. Today's criminals are getting smarter and it's up to you to keep your identity safe.
The easiest way to keep your sensitive information from getting into the wrong hands is by either keeping all your papers and receipts locked away forever or by making sure that information can't be read. No one likes a cluttered home or huge filing cabinets stuffed full of papers and junk that you will probably never look at again. You could also buy an expensive shredder to make sure all your accounting information is destroyed, but who wants to deal with constant paper jams and confetti everywhere?
The Data Redaction Ink Roller is a handy, easily accessible way to make sure that all your printed information stays safely hidden behind an unreadable stamp. Watch all your identity worries fly away when you swipe the Data Redaction Ink Roller across the page!
The Data Redaction Ink Roller identity theft protection stamp is a wide roller that delivers an encrypted pattern with an oil-based ink that penetrates paper, leaving text like your name and address completely unreadable on both sides of non-glossy paper. Use it on documents like bank statements, bills, and personal mail to keep your personal information safe forever!
Helps Prevent Identity Theft: Permanently blocks out your addresses and account numbers quickly and easily
Encrypted Pattern: Penetrates non-glossy papers with an oil-based ink so personal information can never be retrieved again
Easy to Use: Quickly stamp over your sensitive documents you want to conceal. The advanced wide roller cartridge lets you easily mask over long lines of text in a single stroke.
- Better Than Shredding: Simple and effective protection with less mess and no jamming without requiring storage space. Safe to use for all ages.
- Retractable Roller: Makes it easy to store with no mess
- Long Lasting: Contains approx. 100 ft (30 m) worth of ink stamped onto a 0.6 inch (1.5 cm) wide encryption ribbon