Myne Cards-Contactless Protection Card-Review

We were sent two Contactless Protection Cards from Myne Cards to review!

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Who are myne-and just what are contactless protection cards?

Myne Cards were created because bank card data is just so important-no one wants their information stolen-they want to know who’s being paid, when they decide to pay them!
It’s important that if you choose to use contactless cards, you feel safe using, and carrying them around.
Unfortunately, getting your hard earned money back from whoever has taken it, isn’t an easy feat.  By using a Myne Contactless Protection Card-you’re doing your very best to make sure, you’ll not only feel more comfortable with your contactless card, but that you don’t have to go through the rigmarole of trying to claim your money back from the bank.

Myne Card features

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Myne Cards block readers-you don’t need to do anything other than keep your Myne Card with your contactless cards-it uses the same technology as your card!

The thin design of the Myne Card, means you can fit it neatly next to your contactless card, without having to make room for it in another card space in your purse or wallet!

Partnership with the national gallery, london

MyneMyne have recently teamed up with The National Gallery, London, to bring a beautiful selection of famous paintings for new designs on the Myne Contactless Protection Cards!

Currently available, from only £12.99 over on Amazon, there are four designs to choose from-we received Monet’s Water-Lily Pond, and Van Gogh’s Sunflowers.

The designs are absolutely stunning, and the cards are super easy to use-in fact, I’ve shown you just how easy to use they are!

 

As I said, they’re super affordable (and quite frankly, also super important).  Take a look over on the Myne website HERE!

 

If you fancy having a nose, there are plenty more product reviews over on my website-take a look HERE!

 

 

I was sent the above products for free, in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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