RFID blocking men's wallet Amazon £12.73 Prime / £16.72 Non Prime Sold by Hoobest2016 and Fulfilled by Amazon
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RFID blocking men's wallet Amazon £12.73 Prime / £16.72 Non Prime Sold by Hoobest2016 and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 11th Feb
Men's wallet for cards with wireless payment. Add postage if order less than £20 if not on Prime.
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Aluminium card case that does the same, from Tesco petrol station... 99p with any purchase (though I've never had them insist on buying anything else, when I bought memory cards late at night).
Edited by: "mrty" 11th Feb
This would be great, if there had ever been a single case of someone's wallet being unknowingly scanned. You might as well use the tinfoil from your special hat to line your wallet.


Oh, and no band 20, either.
craigstephens4 m ago

This would be great, if there had ever been a single case of someone's …This would be great, if there had ever been a single case of someone's wallet being unknowingly scanned. You might as well use the tinfoil from your special hat to line your wallet.Oh, and no band 20, either.


You don't know how easy it is , if you ever went to a crowded concert or sports match. I recently paid for a drink, which I never bought at Oval when i went to see cricket match recently . And it is good wallet in itself as well.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 11th Feb
Typical pricing on Amazon, stick a few quid on the price for a few months, put it back to original price, tell suckers it's a deal.
Do as @mrty suggested, get a aluminium case for 99p.
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Edited by: "shadey12" 11th Feb
sam_of_london7 m ago

You don't know how easy it is , if you ever went to a crowded concert or …You don't know how easy it is , if you ever went to a crowded concert or sports match. I recently paid for a drink, which I never bought at Oval when i went to see cricket match recently . And it is good wallet in itself as well.


In fact I know exactly how hard it is. It's almost impossible to scan a card while it's still in someone's pocket, and beside, the transaction would be 100% traceable back to the fraudster.

I'm not saying it's not a nice wallet but marketing it as anti RFID is just scaremongering. It just doesn't ever happen.
sam_of_london1 h, 29 m ago

I recently paid for a drink, which I never bought at Oval when i went to …I recently paid for a drink, which I never bought at Oval when i went to see cricket match recently . And it is good wallet in itself as well.


Sounds more like PTSD to me. Some people just can't cope with buying a round.
Edited by: "Epicurean" 11th Feb
mrty1 h, 6 m ago

Aluminium card case that does the same, from Tesco petrol station... 99p …Aluminium card case that does the same, from Tesco petrol station... 99p with any purchase (though I've never had them insist on buying anything else, when I bought memory cards late at night).


What is your point exactly!? This is primarily a wallet not an RFID blocker .... What an irrelevant comment
craigstephens52 m ago

In fact I know exactly how hard it is. It's almost impossible to scan a …In fact I know exactly how hard it is. It's almost impossible to scan a card while it's still in someone's pocket, and beside, the transaction would be 100% traceable back to the fraudster.I'm not saying it's not a nice wallet but marketing it as anti RFID is just scaremongering. It just doesn't ever happen.


Not if you live in crowded city like London. I am all in favour of NFC on phone where you can turn it off but on cards it is not possible.
It doesn't matter where you live. It doesn't happen. Anywhere. Ever.
craigstephens39 m ago

It doesn't matter where you live. It doesn't happen. Anywhere. Ever.


Burnt child dreads fire. Already seen how dangerous this RFID feature is . Even paid double once on tube as put Oyster card and debit card in same wallet and debit card got charged instead of Oyster .
sam_of_london28 m ago

Burnt child dreads fire. Already seen how dangerous this RFID feature is . …Burnt child dreads fire. Already seen how dangerous this RFID feature is . Even paid double once on tube as put Oyster card and debit card in same wallet and debit card got charged instead of Oyster .


Ahhh, so your suggesting that these wallets are not to protect against fraud, but are in fact for stupid people? I understand now.
zoso13131 h, 49 m ago

What is your point exactly!? This is primarily a wallet not an RFID …What is your point exactly!? This is primarily a wallet not an RFID blocker .... What an irrelevant comment


My point is the that the big selling point on this is the RFID feature - otherwise its just a bog standard wallet. If you want a leather wallet there are cheaper ones about, if you want an RFID card protector there are cheaper ones about. I actually have this (or very similar) wallet, but I didn't pay this much for it.

I didn't vote on this deal as to vote it cold would be hypocritical, but I couldn't vote it but either.
Edited by: "mrty" 11th Feb
mrty10 m ago

My point is the that the big selling point on this is the RFID feature - …My point is the that the big selling point on this is the RFID feature - otherwise its just a bog standard wallet. If you want a leather wallet there are cheaper ones about, if you want an RFID card protector there are cheaper ones about. I actually have this (or very similar) wallet, but I didn't pay this much for it. I didn't vote on this deal as to vote it cold would be hypocritical, but I couldn't vote it but either.


I don't see it that way, the wallet is worth the money without that feature. It's a leather wallet for £12.99
zoso131352 m ago

I don't see it that way, the wallet is worth the money without that …I don't see it that way, the wallet is worth the money without that feature. It's a leather wallet for £12.99


In that case there's no need for the snake oil marketing.
craigstephens48 m ago

In that case there's no need for the snake oil marketing.


Most wallets add this feature now, so it's worth calling out so people know for sure.....
zoso13132 h, 54 m ago

I don't see it that way, the wallet is worth the money without that …I don't see it that way, the wallet is worth the money without that feature. It's a leather wallet for £12.99


As I said I do have this wallet, though not from this seller and at a much lower price, and it is good. The card slots are nice and tight - you're not going to drop your cards all over the floor every time you open it. I still think that £12.99 is quite expensive for what it is though.
For me all wallets should have button flap and pouch to put your lose change in as well.

As to RFID there have been progs on TV where from memory it might have been Angela Rippon had her card details taken just by someone brushing past her, to show how easy it was. Then they bought a safe on Amazon with her details and had it delivered to the BBC.
Proveright16 h, 15 m ago

For me all wallets should have button flap and pouch to put your lose …For me all wallets should have button flap and pouch to put your lose change in as well. As to RFID there have been progs on TV where from memory it might have been Angela Rippon had her card details taken just by someone brushing past her, to show how easy it was. Then they bought a safe on Amazon with her details and had it delivered to the BBC.


Wow! It must be true if it was on TV. Really handy they happened to have a film crew recording the mail room at the time.
craigstephens11th Feb

Ahhh, so your suggesting that these wallets are not to protect against …Ahhh, so your suggesting that these wallets are not to protect against fraud, but are in fact for stupid people? I understand now.


When you will get done , you will realise how clever you are. It is very easy to make snoty comments for something you don't know , and the banks deliberately making RFID look cool and not issuing cards without it and increasing buying limit on it every day without consent. I never had a single penny approved without permission before with Chip and Pin but RFID makes me worried every time I make a RFID payment and cannot get a receipt or the seller who make it hard to get receipt saying paper run out etc. I even fought with one Burger King assistant for overcharging me using RFID and not giving the receipt so I don't know billed amount. I got billed twice in pub for same drink and I could not get my money back either as I was tipsy . So it is the biggest cause of small transaction fraud which is difficult to detect due to the small amount. If you lose your card , you are responsible until you inform the bank to block the card which was never so dangerous with Chip and Pin.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 13th Feb
sam_of_london16 h, 59 m ago

When you will get done , you will realise how clever you are. It is very …When you will get done , you will realise how clever you are. It is very easy to make snoty comments for something you don't know , and the banks deliberately making RFID look cool and not issuing cards without it and increasing buying limit on it every day without consent. I never had a single penny approved without permission before with Chip and Pin but RFID makes me worried every time I make a RFID payment and cannot get a receipt or the seller who make it hard to get receipt saying paper run out etc. I even fought with one Burger King assistant for overcharging me using RFID and not giving the receipt so I don't know billed amount. I got billed twice in pub for same drink and I could not get my money back either as I was tipsy . So it is the biggest cause of small transaction fraud which is difficult to detect due to the small amount. If you lose your card , you are responsible until you inform the bank to block the card which was never so dangerous with Chip and Pin.


You keep telling yourself all that, pal. Won't make it true though.
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