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Visconti 75 Soft Leather Passport Wallet with RFID Block

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Savings via eBay has Visconti 75 Soft Leather Passport Wallet with RFID Block on sale for $14.99. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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On 25 July 1947, in a prayer meeting, Gandhi opposed laws that were derived from religion. He said, "In India no law can be made to ban cow-slaughter. I do not doubt that Hindus are forbidden the slaughter of cows. I have been long pledged to serve the cow but how can my religion also be the religion of the rest of the Indians? It will mean coercion against those Indians who are not Hindus."
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Fear mongering. If you want it as a passport wallet buy it for that purpose. Don't worry about rfid skimming. There is no rfid crime.

Google for yourself or start here: https://www.csoonline.com/article/3199009/security/why-you-dont-need-an-rfid-blocking-wallet.html
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I've seen the first style in the OP and these are nice if you need one. Can't speak to longevity but the leather seems to be good quality and it seems it should hold up.
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I thought RFID was only an issue with credit cards (and mostly in Europe).
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I got these before, they are high quality and work!
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I just lost my wallet. Needed a new one so bad so im glad I waited.

Can this wallet hold at least 30 bills?
Its not a wallet, this thing is big, its meant to hold a passport, look at the pic.
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I thought RFID was only an issue with credit cards (and mostly in Europe).

got my CC stolen in Europe and Middle East Frown all unauthorised charges got reversed ! but it's a PIA - big time ! 6 month for a conf. letter from CC ! Wave
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Nice, thank you.
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Beware! The rfid blocker is a rfid amplifier!

what do you mean ?! Wave


btw - when I talked to CC fraud dept. (not sure if it does work ?!) - one of the remedies ? is to carry multiple cards in same compartment ! and a big "?"


anyway ! in Europe or ... - do not apologize if you bumped into someone ! check your wallet first LMAO than apologize ! Peace
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I thought RFID was only an issue with credit cards (and mostly in Europe).
US Passports and Cards have RFID tags in them... Ok
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US Passports and Cards have RFID tags in them... Ok

correct Wink but a passport is a more finicky thing to deal with ! Wave
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Genuinely curious, what justifies these wallets compared to the many similar looking rfid passport wallets that are worth $6-$9 on eBay?
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