Learn about skimming and the consequences of being robbed, and how to prevent it from happening to you with help from RFID-blocking technology.
After a lot of feedback from iOS users, we have prepared an update fixing all reported bugs. We need your help with testing it!
Have you ever lost your wallet before? If so do you remember the pain and agony of having all your personal items and cash, potentially being in the hands of the wrong person? Well if this reality rings a bell and this has happened to you many times before, then you’re in luck! Because there is a solution to this problem.
Guest post by Frank Lee from Rebates Zone.
Thanks to our wonderful users, we have recently been able to fix synchronization problem between the Woolet electronics and Android smartphones. Here’s what you need to know about this!
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With great joy, we would like to announce the opening of our online Woolet store! Read more →
That’s right, your eyes are not deceiving you: the Woolet App for Windows Phones is almost done!
Most of you, dear backers, are already owners of your pledged Woolets. We get a lot of questions from you regarding the Woolet App, synchronization and the physical product itself.
The Wallet has been around for centuries, as a fashion item and means to carry cash, cards, and other essentials. It has barely changed for hundreds of years, until now.
Apart from the addition of multiple card slots, the wallet hasn’t changed much in centuries since the start of the circulation of paper currency in seventeenth century Europe. The Massachusetts Bay Colony then introduced the wallet to North America in 1690, so that the colonies could claim to be as fashionable as civilised society back in London and the old world capitals. Read more →
A few hundred years ago people carried money in two ways: cash and promissory notes, which were then turned into cash.
Fast forward to today and people carry money as cash (notes or coins) and in the form or cards, which are plastic, more advanced, more convenient forms of promissory notes. We carry less cash, but apart from the way money is carried around, the format it takes has barely changed for centuries. Read more →