STOP UK ELECTRICAL GIANTS CURRYS/PC WORLD FROM USING RFID CHIPS IN ALL THEIR PRODUCTS!
Currys is an electrical retailer in the United Kingdom and Ireland and is owned by Dixons Retail plc.
It specialises in selling home electronics and household appliances, with 295 superstores and 73 high street stores.
Currys is a part of Dixons Stores Group alongside the likes of PC World, Dixons and Pixmania, Dixons Stores Group holds stores in countries across Europe.
During our research we have found that this electrical giant of the high street are using RFID CHIPS (Radio Frequency Identification) that are notoriously used to track the general public, monitor your spending habits & record your every movement. Dixon Retail have RFID chips attached to all their products in nearly all of their stores & after questioning the various staff at sites, they said that they have been told that they are "security tags".
This "security tag" theme is the same LIE that Gillette told when confronted with the same accusations when they were found to be using RFID chips in all of THEIR products that you can buy in your general healthcare stores. A similar recent petition asking for the general public to avoid buying & using Gillette products until they stopped chipping all their products was SUCCESSFUL & Gillette publically announced that they will no longer use the RFID spy chips in their products.
We are now calling on YOU to take the SAME action against the DIxons Retail giant until they STOP USING THE RFID SPY CHIPS ON ALL OF THEIR PRODUCTS IMMEDIATELY!