Some wallets are worth a lot more than money.

It all depends on what Californians choose to keep inside them. A lot of people, ourselves included, prefer having certain things on us at all times. Whether it's information about a savings account or one of those ID cards school photographers make for our K-12 students, we like having our things on us and at the ready.
But how much is too much when it comes to keeping sensitive information or access to our private life in our wallet?

ICYMI: money means little-to-nothing to career criminals.

For career criminals like identity thieves, a wallet is worth way more than the cash the stuffed inside it. Your identity, access to your finances, your home, your children—they want it all. And why wouldn't they? It's a lot easier for them to enjoy the fruits of our labor than it is to work for it themselves.

Scroll for 13 more things Californians really shouldn't keep in their wallets. 

13 More Items Experts Say Californians Should Remove from Their Wallets Now

Careful, California. When it finds its way into the wrong hands, your wallet is a lot more valuable than you think.

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Next || Sorry, friend. There's 7 more things you should never carry in your wallet.

Experts Warn You to NOT CARRY These 7 Items in Your Wallet

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Next || ICYMI, California's pretty picky when it comes to trash. 

Scroll for 23 things you can throw in CA trash cans.

28 Things Forbidden Inside California Trash Cans

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Next || Some things are better left unpurchased at the Dollar Store.

Scroll for a list of foods/products to avoid at Cali's favorite bargain outlet.

11 Items You Should NEVER Buy at a California Dollar Store

$1.25 sounds like a great price, but is it a great value for these products? According to several major publications, no.

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Next || It turns out there's a bunch of stuff you can't return at California Walmarts.

Scroll for 23 Walmart items Californians can't return/exchange.

23 Items You Can Never Return at California Walmarts

Many Walmart shoppers have tried, and all have failed to return this stuff. 

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Next || If you hear these codes over the speaker in Walmart, pay attention.

Scroll for the codes CA & UT Walmarts use to warn employees of danger.

California Walmarts Use These Codes To Inform Team Members of Danger

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