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djrez4 wrote:If it makes a difference, RFID is about as unsecure as you can get. Someone can stand next to you with a scanner and poach your info. Thus, the proliferation of RFID blocking wallets. I specifically request that none of my cards come with it. Although I guess it doesn't matter when you're not on the hook for fraudulent charges, it's still a hassle getting a new card.
Can you tell, when looking at a card, if it has an RFID chip?
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