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  • FAQ'S RFID Protected WALLET

    RFID (Radio-Frequency Identification) technology is used in some credit cards, debit cards and ID cards to enable contactless transactions. It enables information to be transmitted wirelessly between a card and a reader. While RFID technology is convenient, it can also be vulnerable to electronic theft, known as RFID skimming. RFID skimming involves the unauthorized scanning of RFID-enabled cards to capture and duplicate the data. An RFID wallet protects against digital theft, either through its material or through an integrated RFID protection card.

    Note that not all wallets are RFID-blocking, and that some only offer RFID protection in certain compartments. If you want to make sure that all your cards are protected, you should invest in a wallet that is specially equipped with RFID protection.

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    The need for RFID protection in your wallet depends on how much you fear electronic theft and what types of cards you carry. 

    Fortunately, RFID skimming is still relatively rare at the moment and the technology may have security features to protect against such attacks in the future. Nevertheless, if the cards are actually read, this is unfortunately of little help at the moment.

    If you are worried about RFID skimming and want to add an extra layer of security, you can use an RFID-blocking wallet or RFID-blocking for your cards. These products are designed to protect your cards from unauthorized scanning.

    If your wallet contains RFID blocking, it will usually be labeled as such by the manufacturer. Manufacturers of wallets with RFID blocking often use materials that contain a metallic or metal-like layer, such as aluminum or a special fabric, to create a barrier that prevents radio waves from penetrating the wallet and accessing the RFID chips in your cards. If this is the case, you may find the label on the packaging, in the product description or you can contact the manufacturer personally. 

    You can also test your wallet yourself. If you have an RFID-enabled card (credit card, debit card, access card), you can try to use it at a contactless payment terminal without removing it from the wallet. If the transaction cannot be completed while the card is in the wallet, it is likely that the wallet is blocking the RFID function. There are also special devices that you can use to test this at home.

    Most credit cards are designed to withstand normal wear and tear, even when they are in close proximity to RFID-blocking materials. The RFID blocking technology in these wallets usually consists of a metal mesh or foil that forms a barrier to block radio waves. This barrier helps to ensure that the card data cannot be read by unauthorized devices. In general, the use of an RFID wallet should not damage or destroy credit cards.

    Of course, we can't answer the question of the best slim wallet either, because which wallet with RFID protection is the best depends on your personal preferences, needs and style. However, we can give you a few tips on which features the best RFID blocking wallets should have.

    First and foremost, the best RFID blocking wallet should have effective RFID blocking protection throughout the entire RFID wallet and not just in individual compartments. It is also advantageous to look for high-quality materials that can withstand daily wear and tear. These contribute to the longevity and durability of the wallet. 

    Depending on how many cards you want to carry in the RFID-protected wallet, the size and design are also important. Some people prefer a slim, minimalist design, while others may need more storage space.

    Also check the functionality of your RFID blocking wallet to see if it is designed to give you quick and easy access to cards, bills and cash. Some wallets have additional features such as integrated trackers, coin compartments or special compartments for keys.