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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 6 August 2019
I looked for "RFID Wallet" and this came up I assumed that it was a wallet (space for cards,notes and coins). This is more an alternative to a wallet for those that live somewhere that they only ever need cards. I have yet to see such a place but I guess they exist.
After my original review the seller reached out and is going to make the listing clearer.
Perhaps the confusion is partly my fault, what I know as a wallet may be obsolete in some countries? But I will always need to have some coins on me for parking/coffee/road side grub and notes on me for stores that do not take card.

While my opinion of the product remains negative, my opinion of the seller is increased they have been quick to respond to email and the fact they plan to make the listing clearer is a good sign. I have changed the star rating and review to reflect that.
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