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Dura Wallet Review Announced By ScamOrNotReviews, Availability Limited

Consumer advocacy group ScamOrNotReviews announced the release of a review of the Dura Wallet. The manufacturer made several claims relating to the wallet, and the review company found those claims to be valid.

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LOS ANGELES, Feb. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- ScamOrNotReviews has announced the release of their Dura Wallet review, a product that is in limited supply. The review company specializes in analyzing the claims made by the manufacturers of certain products, especially those whose claims seem to be extraordinary. In the case of the Dura Wallet, ScamOrNotReviews has found that the product is everything it claims to be, with the company advising consumers interested in purchasing the product to feel safe in doing so.


ScamOrNotReviews is a consumer advocacy group with the goal of testing products for consumers, preventing companies from successfully misleading them with regard to products or services that may be offered. For several years, the review company has helped consumers sift through the many accurate and inaccurate claims made by companies in order to sell a product or service.

The Dura Wallet review proved to be a positive one. The wallet claims to be "paper thin but incredibly strong," a claim that ScamOrNotReviews was able to validate. The review company tested the wallet's strength by placing over 20 bills inside the wallet, along with 16 credit cards in the two pockets. According to the review, the Dura Wallet was able to hold all of these bills and cards while maintaining its slimness. 

The manufacturers of the Dura Wallet also claimed that their product, which is made from a single folded sheet of Tyvek, blocks RFID signals. These signals are used by criminals to steal credit card information. ScamOrNotReviews tested this claim by using several of the same methods that criminals employ to steal credit card information, finding that the Dura Wallet did indeed block the RFID signals in every test.

Dura Wallet's manufacturer also claimed that the product was stain resistant and water resistant. ScamOrNotReviews spilled several different liquids on the wallet to test this claim. The wallet proved to be resistant to water damage, and resisted stains from coffee, tea, juice, and several other liquids. The company also ran the wallet through a washing machine, with the wallet showing no signs of damage. 

Media Contact: Brandon Hopkins, AfterHim Media LLC, 559-871-1613,

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