The Honeycomb Ink Stamp helps protect one from identity and financial theft.
April 21, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Having one's identity stolen is traumatic and unfortunately can even become a tragedy and, today it is more of a threat than ever. The Honeycomb Ink Stamp can help prevent this growing threat. The Honeycomb Ink Stamp is an ink pad and stamp system that is specially designed to obscure personal information on personal and business documents that are kept as well as discarded. It is a faster, more convenient alternative to manually feeding individual documents into a shredder and then having to continuously empty overflowing collection bins. For households or businesses, it is a simple yet effective way to prevent identity and financial theft. Televised test marketing has been completed indicating strong consumer interest in the Honeycomb Ink Stamp.
The Patent Pending Honeycomb Ink Stamp was invented by Karl Johnson of Chicago, IL, who said, "A stamp pad and companion stamping unit that is adorned with a clever combination of honeycombs and figure-8s, the Honeycomb Ink Stamp lets you simply stamp over information such as names, addresses, account numbers, and social security numbers without having to destroy the entire document. It creates rectangular sections of dark, swirling images that obliterate the printed matter beneath it, rendering the stamped information completely unreadable."
The inventor added, "The Honeycomb Ink Stamp ensures that bank statements, canceled checks, credit card bills, sensitive tax information, and personal correspondence do not fall into the hands of crafty identity thieves, which is a necessity if these documents are to be thrown away. The device makes it invaluable for safety and security."
EDITOR'S NOTE: Development of this product is being handled by Invents Company. For more information about licensing or sale, contact the Licensing Department at Invents Company, 450 7th Avenue, Suite #1107 New York, NY 10123. Telephone: 212-620-2629
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