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aswaggoner
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Dec 18, 2013
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Testing it out now! Love the design, it's VERY light, fits 6 cards, more if you shove 'em in there. Only thing I have seen that is even remotely bad is that if you have a bill or 2 in there, they can slide out with jostling around. Good thing I usually have cash on me! I also like this wallet because I live in New Orleans, pick pocketing is a thing...and this can easily fit into my front pocket instead of hurting my butt every time I sit on it. No more paranoid walks on Bourbon Street for me! Thanks for the awesome product!
Dec 18, 2013
BryanK
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Dec 19, 2013
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I've noticed that if you put in your bill(s) with the ends facing out, it is much less likely for it to slide back out. For some reason, it is much easier for your cash to slip out by having the folded-side facing out. Hope that helps!
Dec 19, 2013
ezgowallet
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EZGO Wallet
Dec 19, 2013
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Thanks so much for your feedback and comments! Yes, if you only have 1 or 2 bills, and you shake it upside down, the bills may fall depending on how used the bills are. You have a few options you can consider: 1 - you can double fold your bill in half and insert in the cash slot length wise. 2 - you can single fold your bill, then double fold only about an inch the bottom (folded edge) and insert your bill width wise, that essentially thickens the bottom and will secure your bills well. 3 - you can double fold your bill and place underneath 2-3 credit cards in one of the card slot sections. Hope this helps and we always look forward to your comments and feedback! Thank you all so much and Happy holidays!
Dec 19, 2013
ezgowallet
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EZGO Wallet
Dec 19, 2013
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Great point Bryan! The ezgo wallet is designed with a "catching" lip on the bottom inside of the cash slot. In order for it to work, the bills would have to be inserted with the folded edge in first and the ends facing out. Thanks so much for your great feedback and help. Cheers!
Dec 19, 2013
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