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RFID Blocking Slim Bifold Wallet Genuine Leather £3.00 delivered Dispatched from and sold by HZ MEI Trading Co., Ltd. Amazon
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Ordered. Thanks
Thanks, ordered
Great find. Thanks
Got one. Stays thin if nothing in it. And they've made it super tight so you can only get 1 card in per slot (as it's meant to be) just saying
Take a look at the other RFID things sold by the same seller, all with 70% off at checkout. I've bought a usb hub and usb card reader from them and the quality was fantastic.
If a theft has a good scanner with range I doubt this wallet will be able to protect any of your cards. Though to be fair it looks like a nice wallet for its price anyway
Given RFID blocking is a total waste of time - what you have done is spend £9.99 on a cheap wallet that will likely look tatty pretty quickly.
Alansmithee06/10/2019 18:10

Given RFID blocking is a total waste of time - what you have done is spend …Given RFID blocking is a total waste of time - what you have done is spend £9.99 on a cheap wallet that will likely look tatty pretty quickly.


£3
Oos
looks like out of stock already
Thank you, just ordered
At least I was quick on that one. Didn't last long.
I just ordered there was stock available.
Liam_Od06/10/2019 18:13

£3


I need to get my eyes tested - I swore it said £9.
Liam_Od06/10/2019 18:13

£3


I need to get my eyes tested - I swore it said £9.
Alansmithee06/10/2019 18:16

I need to get my eyes tested - I swore it said £9.


Yes £9.99 and 70% taken off at checkout
Got one thank you
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Alansmithee06/10/2019 18:10

Given RFID blocking is a total waste of time - what you have done is spend …Given RFID blocking is a total waste of time - what you have done is spend £9.99 on a cheap wallet that will likely look tatty pretty quickly.


Why is it a waste of time?
rmtheatre07/10/2019 08:16

Why is it a waste of time?


Because it's a answer to a problem that doesn't exist - there has never been a reported case of contactless skimming in the UK none - it's snake oil for rubes.
Alansmithee07/10/2019 09:58

Because it's a answer to a problem that doesn't exist - there has never …Because it's a answer to a problem that doesn't exist - there has never been a reported case of contactless skimming in the UK none - it's snake oil for rubes.


There are many card fraud cases with the word "contactless" in the case, sometimes that doesn't mean it was down to what this would prevent, but to say there has been no cases doesn't seem to be true going by many articles by some big papers/online sites.
MIDURIX07/10/2019 14:20

There are many card fraud cases with the word "contactless" in the case, …There are many card fraud cases with the word "contactless" in the case, sometimes that doesn't mean it was down to what this would prevent, but to say there has been no cases doesn't seem to be true going by many articles by some big papers/online sites.


point me towards an actual case - if you understood the tech, you would know it is nonsense - ignore the Daily Express and read actual IT security sites.
Alansmithee06/10/2019 18:10

Given RFID blocking is a total waste of time - what you have done is spend …Given RFID blocking is a total waste of time - what you have done is spend £9.99 on a cheap wallet that will likely look tatty pretty quickly.


Booked you an appointment at Specsavers
Alansmithee07/10/2019 20:07

point me towards an actual case - if you understood the tech, you would …point me towards an actual case - if you understood the tech, you would know it is nonsense - ignore the Daily Express and read actual IT security sites.


Well the Mrs has a Sumup (like iZettle, Paypal Here, Square etc) card machine for a small business she runs, you can enter how much is to be collected on your phone (up to £30 for contactless) and brush the machine against someones wallets, which works. So even though there are no cases, I've just done it now for 1p and it worked, so I don't really know what to say.
MIDURIX13/10/2019 18:55

Well the Mrs has a Sumup (like iZettle, Paypal Here, Square etc) card …Well the Mrs has a Sumup (like iZettle, Paypal Here, Square etc) card machine for a small business she runs, you can enter how much is to be collected on your phone (up to £30 for contactless) and brush the machine against someones wallets, which works. So even though there are no cases, I've just done it now for 1p and it worked, so I don't really know what to say.


You could have given some criminal great advice there
MIDURIX13/10/2019 18:55

Well the Mrs has a Sumup (like iZettle, Paypal Here, Square etc) card …Well the Mrs has a Sumup (like iZettle, Paypal Here, Square etc) card machine for a small business she runs, you can enter how much is to be collected on your phone (up to £30 for contactless) and brush the machine against someones wallets, which works. So even though there are no cases, I've just done it now for 1p and it worked, so I don't really know what to say.


Which she bought in the street and is unregistere d?

Has she tries to dip a random moving person with it?
Alansmithee13/10/2019 21:36

Which she bought in the street and is unregistere d? Has she tries to dip …Which she bought in the street and is unregistere d? Has she tries to dip a random moving person with it?


It would be incredibly easy to register one to a false name and random address, not out of the question and it would be very easy to move the machine near a card in a wallet and get a payment.
What I'm saying is, it is so incredibly possible to do I just can't see why you think that a wallet blocking it happening is a waste of time.
It prevents a supposedly unreported, yet easily done thing.
Liam_Od13/10/2019 20:15

You could have given some criminal great advice there


Yeah and people have these things called houses and they sometimes leave the front door unlocked top tip for you there.
MIDURIX13/10/2019 21:49

Yeah and people have these things called houses and they sometimes leave …Yeah and people have these things called houses and they sometimes leave the front door unlocked top tip for you there.


Not the same thing really is it. Can you walk up to these houses and scan stuff straight into your bank account ?

If so then it's the same thing.
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