RFID protection is a greater scam than the risk of being a victim of "RFID theft".
Sellers of RFID protective wallets are scamming customers into buying something they don't need.
NY Times Wire Cutter summarized it this way:
We weren’t able to find any credible reports of actual, real-world RFID identity or credit card theft. It may be happening—it would be very hard to precisely identify if it were—but it’s certainly not widespread. It makes for a nifty demonstration by a hacker, but as Snopes notes, in 2010 the Identity Theft Resource Center had never seen a case—and it still doesn’t recommend RFID protection.
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Here is a cheap FREE HACK to protect your cards and wallet;
Wrap your card or wallet in a thick sheet of Aluminum foil. It works as well as most RFID protectors on the market and it’s why I made this video back in 2011!
RFID Proof your wallet - Simple HACK
Tekzilla - did a deeper test of this and proved the same thing - You DO NOT NEED expensive RFID protection!