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Thread: I had an idea about using insul-bright to protect credit cards - will it work?

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    Too bad those thieving monsters don't use their technological intelligence for GOOD!

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    An easier way to deal with this problem is to use regular credit cards - the ones that have to be 'swiped' through a reader. The problem cards are only 'read' like WiFi computers and not swiped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nativetexan View Post
    could be. i just folded up some aluminum foil and put it in my wallet. at the time i couldn't find any of those "safe" wallets.
    This sounds a better way to go. I read some feedback on those wallets and it was not good.
    A scrap of Alfoil cost next to nothing.

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