The best way to know if your smartphone wallet is lost is to open it and look for any coins that have fallen out.

That way you can use them as currency to pay bills or get ahold of a new wallet.

If you have a lot of your wallet on your phone, the best thing to do is to use a digital wallet to store it.

But if you only have a few wallets on your device, it’s better to buy a wallet app, such as Goyard Mens Wallet or MoneySafe, which lets you quickly and easily add and remove wallets.

If your wallet does not have a lock screen, it may have fallen into the hands of thieves.

If that’s the case, you can also contact the Royal Mint to get your wallet back.

The Royal Mint advises that if your phone has lost your wallet, you should keep it with you in your wallet app.

The coins on your wallet should be clearly marked and your receipt, if it is available, should be displayed prominently on the lock screen of the device.

To find out if your Wallet has been lost, go to and click on the Lost wallet button.

It will take you to the wallet’s page.

In the Lost Wallet page, you will find details of the coins that were lost, and you can check the status of the wallet.

A message will be displayed in the bottom-right corner of the screen asking if you want to report it.

If the message is ‘Yes’, the wallet is likely lost and will be returned to you.

If it is ‘No’, it is probably still there, but if you can find it, you’ll be able to send the coins back.

If there is a missing coin in your Wallet, it can be reported to the Royal Bank of Scotland at 01483 454 461.

You will also need to return the wallet to the Mint in Edinburgh, Scotland, so that it can receive payment.

If a message is no longer there, you must call 01483 507 439 and a Royal Mint representative will arrange for it to be sent to your wallet.

You can get help on this from the Royal British Mint at 0800 633 634.

This service is not available on the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.

If this is your wallet’s first time in your hands, make sure it has a PIN or key.

To help ensure that your PIN or Key is valid, get a PIN from the Mint.

If an issue arises, the Mint can assist you in finding the missing wallet, and the Mint will notify you of any other transactions that may have occurred, but you’ll need to pay them in full.