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RFID still a thing??
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I honestly don't think RFID is even relevant, Mabey as more cards start including the tap to pay system but until then what practical use does this have?
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Seriously? Dang, I was going on a trip soon, and could use something like that.
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Seriously? Dang, I was going on a trip soon, and could use something like that.
That's what it's useful for....when you don't want your money and valuables in the usual place/spot
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That's what it's useful for....when you don't want your money and valuables in the usual place/spot
Except, people have said it's fake.
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Except, people have said it's fake.
How is it fake? It does what it says it's for. If you buy it you will receive the item. Maybe the reviews are not genuine but if you need the item it will be usable for the intended purpose
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02-16-2020 at 03:54 PM
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I am just going by what the guy above me said. Take it up with him, not me. He's got the title of 'Pro'
You are believing him so you take it up with him, I already ordered the item
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I honestly don't think RFID is even relevant, Mabey as more cards start including the tap to pay system but until then what practical use does this have?
Passports and several credit cards support touchless use. None of your credit/debit cards have this? I just got a debit card from Chase that is touchless.
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I'm curious as to what exactly is the "fake" part? It's an actual item, sold by AMZ (not 3rd party) w/~2700 reviews.

More importantly if a "Pro" from SD says it's "fake" why is the post not removed?
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Passports and several credit cards support touchless use. None of your credit/debit cards have this? I just got a debit card from Chase that is touchless.
Costco credit card is touchless
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Thanks, ordered
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