Genuine leather brown slim wallet RFID SAFE. Card and cash £1.99 Sold by WALLETS KING and Fulfilled by Amazon - add on item
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Genuine leather brown slim wallet RFID SAFE. Card and cash £1.99 Sold by WALLETS KING and Fulfilled by Amazon - add on item

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Found 8th Aug 2017Edited by:"pjuk14"
Brown only at this price.
Great for a slim leather wallet with built in RFID. Cards face inwards too, so they won't fall out when handled.
I know you can put foil around your card or buy a sleeve for them. But this has gotta be easier.
Shame it's an add on.
Cash and cards not included!
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The whole RFID thing is pretty pointless since NFC chips cannot be read without contact with their magnetic field which is tiny and requires <20cm between reader and tag. This is essentially the tin foil hat of wallets.

Looks fine as a wallet though just don't be getting all paranoid about contactless chips.
Edited by: "JustExtreme" 8th Aug 2017
JustExtreme1 m ago

The whole RFID thing is pretty pointless since NFC chips cannot be read …The whole RFID thing is pretty pointless since NFC chips cannot be read without contact with their magnetic field which is tiny and requires <20cm between reader and tag. This is essentially the tin foil hat of wallets.


Ah, but it's a cheap real leather tin foil hat of wallets.
INB4 Someone mentions Genuine Leather is the lowest quality leather.
Sounds like a good deal thanks.
Brown is nice.
JustExtreme19 m ago

The whole RFID thing is pretty pointless since NFC chips cannot be read …The whole RFID thing is pretty pointless since NFC chips cannot be read without contact with their magnetic field which is tiny and requires <20cm between reader and tag. This is essentially the tin foil hat of wallets.Looks fine as a wallet though just don't be getting all paranoid about contactless chips.

A theif in my area who charged people 1.99 with his wireless device and went around waving it next to peoples bags and pockets.
gl0ckage6 m ago

A theif in my area who charged people 1.99 with his wireless device and …A theif in my area who charged people 1.99 with his wireless device and went around waving it next to peoples bags and pockets.



would he not need to be registered with a merchant bank to receive those funds?
Edited by: "paulj48" 8th Aug 2017
Seller be looking to clear stock from Amazon's warehouse before incurring "Long Term Storage Fees" on August 15th. Seller fulfilled is still £7.99. Keep an eye out for similar deals this next week.
Shame it doesn't have a 2nd note compartment, where I like to keep all my receipts, loyalty cards and other bits of rubbish.
JustExtreme2 h, 31 m ago

The whole RFID thing is pretty pointless since NFC chips cannot be read …The whole RFID thing is pretty pointless since NFC chips cannot be read without contact with their magnetic field which is tiny and requires <20cm between reader and tag. This is essentially the tin foil hat of wallets.Looks fine as a wallet though just don't be getting all paranoid about contactless chips.


<20cm is quite a distance, bearing in mind they can rifle through your pockets without you knowing...
Yay, a wallet for paranoid technophobes who believe the horror stories printed in the Daily Mail.

Honestly stop worrying it's just sensationalist nonsense.

Do you really think a criminal would jump through hoops trying to become a registered merchant just so they can walk around ASDA suspiciously tapping people's pockets (which would be quite obvious) for the sake of £30?

It's traceable, needs internet access and would take 30 years to pay for itself, not to mention the inevitable multiple arrests/equipment confiscations.
Says £7.99 for me
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JustExtreme3 h, 1 m ago

The whole RFID thing is pretty pointless since NFC chips cannot be read …The whole RFID thing is pretty pointless since NFC chips cannot be read without contact with their magnetic field which is tiny and requires <20cm between reader and tag. This is essentially the tin foil hat of wallets.Looks fine as a wallet though just don't be getting all paranoid about contactless chips.



Reliably, at a distance of 45 cm according to this:- bbc.co.uk/new…920
Shows only as a £7.99 normal purchase (not as add on)
pdjroberts13 m ago

Shows only as a £7.99 normal purchase (not as add on)

How do you get it as an add on then??
Fun fact. The term 'genuine leather' isn't reassuring you that the item is genuine leather. It is an actual distinct grade of leather and is the second worst grade of leather that exists
To those saying this is just for those who suffer daily mail paranoia, or require a merchant account to charge cards, you'll be surprised.

I am currently dealing with a case at my workplace where by a man has obtained the 16 digit card numbers of cards and goes in to shops with cloned cards. Chip & pin won't work, but for some cards, he can still go to swipe. It won't work, but the card numbers can be keyed in manually. With that, he can then sign and be on his way.

So far, best guess we have is it's cost us as a business over £10k, just one man.
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89p for a pack of 10 RFID blocking sleeves you can put your Contactless Credit/DebitCards in and slip into any wallet.
sneakybifta1 h, 45 m ago

Seller be looking to clear stock from Amazon's warehouse before incurring …Seller be looking to clear stock from Amazon's warehouse before incurring "Long Term Storage Fees" on August 15th. Seller fulfilled is still £7.99. Keep an eye out for similar deals this next week.

How do you know that?
£7.99.. anyway this is not leather that's for sure
DDaz10 m ago

To those saying this is just for those who suffer daily mail paranoia, or …To those saying this is just for those who suffer daily mail paranoia, or require a merchant account to charge cards, you'll be surprised.I am currently dealing with a case at my workplace where by a man has obtained the 16 digit card numbers of cards and goes in to shops with cloned cards. Chip & pin won't work, but for some cards, he can still go to swipe. It won't work, but the card numbers can be keyed in manually. With that, he can then sign and be on his way.So far, best guess we have is it's cost us as a business over £10k, just one man.


Sorry to hear that. Why does your workplace have to foot the bill and not the banks seeing as it is fraud?
JustExtreme3 h, 44 m ago

The whole RFID thing is pretty pointless since NFC chips cannot be read …The whole RFID thing is pretty pointless since NFC chips cannot be read without contact with their magnetic field which is tiny and requires <20cm between reader and tag. This is essentially the tin foil hat of wallets.Looks fine as a wallet though just don't be getting all paranoid about contactless chips.


Good think that internet isn't full with instructions on how to build signal boosters/ range extenders. Or sites where you can simply buy them.
OB128 m ago

How do you know that?



Sell through Amazon Prime myself. 6-monthly long term storage fees are August 15th for every seller.
sneakybifta24 m ago

Sell through Amazon Prime myself. 6-monthly long term storage fees are …Sell through Amazon Prime myself. 6-monthly long term storage fees are August 15th for every seller.

Strange to have everyone at the same time.

How much do they then charge?
OB110 m ago

Strange to have everyone at the same time. How much do they then charge?



Well this is the policy...

On 15 February and 15 August of every year, FBA conducts an inventory cleanup. At this time inventory items that have been in our fulfilment centres for between 6 to 12 months will be assessed a long-term storage fee of £441.25 per cubic metre and items that have been for 12 months or longer will be assessed a long-term storage fee of £882.50 per cubic metre.


In reality I have no idea, I keep things moving fast enough as I'm scared of getting hit with massive storage fees
DDaz1 h, 39 m ago

To those saying this is just for those who suffer daily mail paranoia, or …To those saying this is just for those who suffer daily mail paranoia, or require a merchant account to charge cards, you'll be surprised.I am currently dealing with a case at my workplace where by a man has obtained the 16 digit card numbers of cards and goes in to shops with cloned cards. Chip & pin won't work, but for some cards, he can still go to swipe. It won't work, but the card numbers can be keyed in manually. With that, he can then sign and be on his way.So far, best guess we have is it's cost us as a business over £10k, just one man.


Okay but what has that got to do with NFC fraud? That's card cloning a serious but separate issue entirely, no wallet can stop that.
Ordered a couple, it says leather. If not i shall return, nothing to lose
laccc10 h, 25 m ago

£7.99.. anyway this is not leather that's for sure

sneakybifta11 h, 49 m ago

Well this is the policy...On 15 February and 15 August of every year, FBA …Well this is the policy...On 15 February and 15 August of every year, FBA conducts an inventory cleanup. At this time inventory items that have been in our fulfilment centres for between 6 to 12 months will be assessed a long-term storage fee of £441.25 per cubic metre and items that have been for 12 months or longer will be assessed a long-term storage fee of £882.50 per cubic metre.In reality I have no idea, I keep things moving fast enough as I'm scared of getting hit with massive storage fees

Up to six months is there no charge then, just a fixed rate commission on sales?
OB19th Aug

Up to six months is there no charge then, just a fixed rate commission on …Up to six months is there no charge then, just a fixed rate commission on sales?


Plus a per-unit commission when they ship things out, based on it's size
Leonintelex8th Aug

Okay but what has that got to do with NFC fraud? That's card cloning a …Okay but what has that got to do with NFC fraud? That's card cloning a serious but separate issue entirely, no wallet can stop that.

Because, as others have pointed out, you can easily obtain the numbers from the card via NFC. It's been well publicised - it doesn't mean the fraudster will commit fraud by NFC, but they can obtain the numbers required to commit the fraud by NFC.

There's inherently a higher risk to the fraudster, but that's why you don't see it as often. But it does happen.
jazid8th Aug

Sorry to hear that. Why does your workplace have to foot the bill and not …Sorry to hear that. Why does your workplace have to foot the bill and not the banks seeing as it is fraud?

I am unsure who foots the bill, it's above my pay grade, I'm afraid! But we have signature slips for the cards, but these won't match the actual card, merely the clone.
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