The Safe Guard iHorn is made from a Safe Guard Check Writer Instrument Company check protection machine made in 1917 or 1918. It originally sold for $90.00. This device punches, or embosses, the amount on the check thereby protecting it from the amount being altered (for fraudulent purposes).
Safeguard Scientifics, Inc., is one of the few publicly traded venture capital firms in the United States. It was founded in 1953. Its second investment was a company called Safeguard Industries, which began as a printing operation founded in 1900, Safeguard attracted the attention of Lancaster through its invention of a highly successful check-writing machine that imprinted checks with the dollar amount by perforating the paper. Safeguard also successfully marketed an accompanying bookkeeping system that automatically recorded the dollar amount each time a check was printed.
Certain principles in life generally do not change. One of those principles is that most often, the cause of a problem can be solved by following the money. But when the problem is safe guarding the money, you cannot go wrong with employing the latest technology. At the time, the Safe Guard iHorn was the latest technology.
The Safe Guard iHorn is the real deal. So protect yourself.