djrez4 wrote:The old centurion looks better, but I like the pattern in the background of the new card.
FastSRT8 wrote:OK just because Moneytalks asked AND since he and I pretty much got on the board at the same time... I am going to post a pic.
The funny thing is, I am actually glad I did this because I found there are DIFFERENCES between the old Cent and the new Cent besides the obvious of the chip.
The Centurion figurehead is different.
The black background also has a faint pattern to it now which the old didn't have.
MB131174 wrote:I like the new one better
FastSRT8 wrote:The chip though visually imbalances the card. I would have preferred they provided the RFI chips so we can tap and pay. I like that feature more.
djrez4 wrote:If it makes a difference, RFID is about as unsecure as you can get. Someone can stand next to you with a scanner and poach your info. Thus, the proliferation of RFID blocking wallets. I specifically request that none of my cards come with it. Although I guess it doesn't matter when you're not on the hook for fraudulent charges, it's still a hassle getting a new card.
CarefulBuilder14 wrote:Can you tell, when looking at a card, if it has an RFID chip?
FastSRT8 wrote:Yes, the RFID equipped cards have a wifi like symbol printed on the card.
As for protection, I use a secrid wallet.