Nick O’Halloran : Safedome’s Double-Sided Security

Nick O’Halloran is one of the many sharp minds behind the creation of Safedome, a revolutionary Bluetooth-powered credit card that helps protect your wallet, in more ways than one.

Safedome is just like your average credit card when it comes to shape and size, but that is just about it. Safedome connects with your phone and gives you instant alerts if your phone and your wallet separate, helping for easy retrieval of your wallet by sending a pin to your phone’s GPS. Long live the days of scanning restaurants and other public places for your lost wallet, Safedome will guide you directly to it.

But that’s not all Safedome does to protect your security. It also tracks your account information and gives you instant alerts if any of your sensitive data has been compromised. Best of all, you have a 24/7 customer support hotline where you can talk with a real person instantly whenever an issue needs to be addressed.

Safedome is just one of the exciting products that Nick O’Halloran’s company, Maxwell Forest, has recently created. With a vision for making shopping online easier and safer, Nick O’Halloran and co-Founder Matt Denton are taking their innovations to both the cyber world, as well as the physical one.

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About Nick O'Halloran

Nick O’Halloran and his team of specialists at Maxwell Forest have developed their latest product, Onefill, around promoting confidence in commerce. After all, an app that links finances with shopping surely needs outstanding security features; and Onefill delivers on all accounts. Their goal is to provide you with an efficient product and stellar service while also proactively defending you from security issues such as identity theft and more.
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