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- Protect your ID, passport and credit cards with radio-frequency identification (RFID) blocking travel gear.
- Carry your important documents and currency in zippered cases, preferably with an anti-theft locking zipper.
- Your back pocket is known to pickpockets as the “sucker pocket” – do not store your wallet there.
- Carry only one ID card and one credit card in your wallet (not all of them).
- Copy or take photos of your credit cards and passport in case they’re stolen so you can cancel or place an alert on these accounts quickly.
- It’s best to use an ATM machine inside a bank to retrieve cash, as they are less likely to have a hidden illegal skimmer installed.
Corporate Travel Safety. Oct. 24, 2018. “Pickpocketing and RFID Digital Theft Increase: How to Prevent Becoming a Victim.” https://www.corporatetravelsafety.com/safety-tips/pickpocketing-rfid-theft-prevention/. Accessed Oct. 2, 2020.