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7 is a side perspective view of the lock in detail on an enlarged scale; FIG.8 is a front perspective view of the case's access door on an enlarged scale; and FIG. 1 and 2, a credit card security device 10 in accordance with the present invention is illustrated with credit cards 12 held within case 14. 3, credit card security device 10 also includes unauthorized entry detection mechanism 16 which is electrically connected to and activates invalidating electromagnet 18.The foregoing objects are basically attained by providing a credit card security device which includes a case for storing the credit cards having an access door, a three-wheel combination lock fixed to the case which secures the credit cards within the case, a detection member within the case for determining an entry into the case when the door is locked and an invalidating member operated by the detection member within the case for invalidating the credit cards.The detection member comprises a normally open electrical circuit when the door is locked and includes a switch for providing a current flow to the invalidating means upon the entry.Access door 22 pivotally moves between a closed, secured position, as in FIG.1, and an open position which provides easy insertion and removal of credit cards 12, as seen in FIG. Access door 22 is flush with the top surface of case 14 when in its closed position.Access door 22 is hingedly coupled to case 14 by rotator bar 34, as seen in FIGS. Rotator bar 34 is rotatably coupled within case 14 and extends substantially across the length of case 14.Each end of rotator bar 34 extends through a case attachment device 36 and into an access door attachment device 38.
Another object of the present invention is to provide a credit card security device which is easy to manufacture and inexpensive.Case 14 is box-like and preferably wallet size with a warning 21 on the case's outside surface as seen in FIG. Case 14 includes a top access door 22 and a credit card compartment or chamber 24 therein which is capable of storing up to ten credit cards, as seen in FIG. The walls of case 14, including the sides and top and bottom, are formed of a three-layer paneling, as seen in FIG. The outer and inner layers 26 and 28, respectively, are formed of solid metal or plastic.Middle layer 30 is sandwiched between outer and inner layers 26 and 28 and is formed of a honeycomb or similar structure capable of holding a charge of compressed air or other gas.A credit card security device which prevents credit card and bank card fraud.The device includes a case with an access door secured by a lock for storing the cards and a detection member within the case for determining an entry into the case when the door is locked.