Is your wallet RFID protected?

Have you ever heard of electronic pickpocketing?

Radio frequency identification (RFID) chips are found in bank cards, passports, and credit cards, enabling them to be read with a wave over a scanner or reader. Electronic pickpocketing occurs when a thief uses a concealed reader to scan the cards through a purse, wallet, or garment and obtain the information on the chip.

While you are enjoying your trip, we highly recommend that you have a RFID protected wallet in advance so that you can protect your information in crowded places such as buses, trains, and airports.

rainbowbags sell RFID protected wallets that protect passports and cards from being scanned. please visit rainbowbags located in Westfield Warringah Mall or online at

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