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I don't believe there is any law requiring you to keep this in your front pocket, but I can't speak to the legislation in your town, county, state, or country. I was once arrested for wearing socks on my hands, but after a lengthy court battle, my lawyer got the charges reduced to "Aggravated Puppetry." If your judicia… see more I don't believe there is any law requiring you to keep this in your front pocket, but I can't speak to the legislation in your town, county, state, or country. I was once arrested for wearing socks on my hands, but after a lengthy court battle, my lawyer got the charges reduced to "Aggravated Puppetry." If your judicial system is rigid about following the suggested use for various products, then I wouldn't risk it. A $10 wallet isn't worth the risk of possible jail time. Just keep that bad boy in your front pocket, and don't try to get creative. see less I don't believe there is any law requiring you to keep this in your front pocket, but I can't speak to the legislation in your town, county, state, or country. I was once arrested for wearing socks on my hands, but after a lengthy court battle, my lawyer got the charges reduced to "Aggravated Puppetry." If your judicial system is rigid about following the suggested use for various products, then I wouldn't risk it. A $10 wallet isn't worth the risk of possible jail time. Just keep that bad boy in your front pocket, and don't try to get creative.
TerdFerguson
· July 19, 2018
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$83.23
M. D. Sullivan
· March 7, 2019
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Our wallets have been tested for 13.56 MHz Frequency in which our credit cards, debit cards, driver license and ID cards operate. PLEASE BE NOTED THAT the signal of some ID badge, access cards and hotel room cards which operates in 125 KHz, can not be blocked by this wallet.
Buffway
Seller · June 12, 2018
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There is no way that this wallet can accommodate 12 cards. 6-7 is about the max. It can't handle much cash either.
big mike
· October 30, 2018
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Bought mine in August - it's now January and it's ripping. Can see the layers of material in the tear - definitely NOT leather.
3kidmom
· January 16, 2019
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It does stretch out and become worthless, seller claims he will send a replacement under warranty but fails to. Stay away
Amazons BEST Customer
· January 6, 2019
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So sorry too late to repay you.
Please take a picture and contact us in Amazon message.
Thank you.

Buffway
Seller · June 30, 2018
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It has a normal leather feel I wouldn't say soft, but yes cards seamlessly come in and out
Pac man
· June 14, 2018
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it's made in china.thank you.
Buffway
Seller · December 7, 2017
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Doesn’t look cheap
JV
· September 6, 2019