Well mine does (which I would recommend, but I’ve no idea what it is), but I don’t know about yours.
Send me it with some cash in it, and I’ll take a gander.
Just how practical is RFID or NFC scanning anyway? The scaremongers would claim that there are people out there, slapping payment terminals to your bum and siphoning off your bank account.
I know from my own attempts at scanning (and you will know similarly from “tap & pay”) that the distance at which you can read RFID or NFC is normally fairly minimal. Sure you can get antennas which can read at distances of up to 700m, but they tend to resemble those old TV antennas.
Which is kind of obvious for someone trying to be at least relatively stealthy.
And if they do grab details they get to make a single limited payment (even a bank isn’t dumb enough to miss multiple payments) and you’ve probably got a good claim against the bank any way.
So it is pretty unlikely, the damage is limited (and may even be none).
So is an RFID/NFS blocking wallet really necessary? Well if you are in need of a new wallet any way, getting one with that feature makes sense. But it probably isn’t worth throwing away a perfectly fine wallet to get one.
But stick your wallet in your front pocket.