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Echo is the last payment card you'll ever carry. It's your debit, credit, loyalty, and prepaid cards - even your student ID - all combined into a single, elegantly crafted card. Echo has a miniaturized computer inside of it that mimics ordinary cards and syncs with your mobile phone. Our mobile app enables you to convert Echo into the card of your choice with the tap of your phone. Once you select a card for echo to mimic, you can swipe Echo as you would any other card.
Overstuffed wallets are a pain. They're messy, they slow you down, and they can ruin a perfectly good pair of pants.
Echo fits neatly into a money clip.
Who hasn't had the unpleasant experience of leaving a needed card behind at home?
With Echo, you've just one card to keep track of.
Plastic cards are dull.
Echo looks great!
Q: Will Echo facilitate card skimming?
A: No. Echo users can only mimic payment cards (debit and credit) registered under their name. Sorry skimmers!
Q: Echo mimics just 3 cards?
A: No. Echo mimics an unlimited number cards with the help of our free mobile app.
Q: When will Echo be available?
A: Soon! You will be able to purchase Echo in 2013.
Q: How much will Echo cost?
A: Between $80 and $100
Q: Where will I be able to use Echo?
A: Everywhere you'd ordinarily use your cards!
Q: What sorts of cards does Echo mimic?
A: Echo mimics any card with a magnetic stripe. A magnetic stripes (mag stripes) is the thin band that run across the back of your credit and debit cards.
Q: Are there cards that Echo cannot mimic?
A: At present Echo does not support chip and pin, barcode, NFC or any other RF protocol. Echo can mimic the stripe on a driver's license, but you'll probably want to keep your license handy anyway.
Q: How does Echo mimic cards?
A: Echo has a reprogramable stripe. It uses "dynamic stripe" technology to mimic cards. Click here to learn more about this technology.
Q: What happens if I lose Echo? Is it secure?
A: Yes, Echo is secure. Echo can be set to lock down when out of range of your phone's Bluetooth. A pin code can be entered directly onto Echo to unlock it for use.
Q: What happens if my phone dies?
A: You will need to enter in your personal pin code with Echo's touch sensors. Once you have done so, you can continue using the three cards already stored on Echo. You will need to recharge your phone before swapping additional cards into or out of Echo.
Q: How long does Echo's battery last?
A: About 2 years, and it never needs to be recharged.
Q: I live outside the US. Can I use Echo?
A: It depends. At launch, we will unfortunately be unable to serve customers in regions where EMV (microchip) cards are used (e.g. Europe, Canada, Australia). If cards are swiped where you live, you'll be able to use Echo.