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Does the rfid mean that you beed to take your debit card out of the wallet inorder to use it?

asked on 08 March 2021

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Yes, I am afraid so but then, this is the whole point of the wallet which is to protect your cards. I also have the one for my car key and cannot unlock the car unless I remove the fob from the wallet. The protection is great.
Malcolm Bottomley
· 08 March 2021
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RFID is a system that protects your cards. You don t need to take out the card or something.
Seller · 08 March 2021
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