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If, like me, you're taller than average, checking an ATM for unauthorised after-market enhancements before use can, in itself, look suspicious.
You have to stoop to the level of the screen and look upwards, checking for anything out-of-the-ordinary.
Alternatively, you have to run your hand over
the invisible upper part of the machine, and thereby exposing yourself to the risk of running your fingers through last night's semi-digested chicken korma.
This simple mirror-backed wallet held over the data-entering hand combines the function of shielding prying eyes from ascertaining your PIN, whilst allowing a thorough yet discreet inspection of the machine.
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||I use a mouth mirror from my armamentarium.
||Is this actually subterfuge triggered by a recent argument with your "connected" girlfriend that always has that handy mirror...
||[rcarty], you can just fold your money and then count it. Twice as much as before!
||This might also shield your cash from wayward laser blasts [+]