[Results] Decoding Your Wallet: What your wallet says about you

By MarketingMay 01, 2015


Money. Can’t live without it? can’t seem to have enough of it? Wanna find out what your wallet say about how you relate to money? Take our quiz to find out more!

1. The statement that best describes your wallet would be:

    1. My wallet is neatly organized, with different sections for cards and cash and coins.
    2. My wallet is a stylish designer number, with a mix of notes, receipts and coins.
    3. My wallet looks worn, filled with crumpled stubs and papers from the places I have been to.

2. Do you know how much money is in your wallet?

    1. More or less, yes
    2. No way!
    3. Which currency are you referring to?

3. How many credit cards do you have?

    1. Just a couple
    2. I’ve got a huge assortment
    3. Enough for my needs. No more and no less.

4. Which statement about plastics best describes you?

    1. I carry more cards than cash nowadays.
    2. I have a separate wallet for all my plastics: credit, bank, discount cards… I have them all.
    3. I prefer debit cards over credit cards.

5. You lose your wallet. Your first reaction is…

    1. Sigh.
    3. Not again!



Mostly As (you answered A ⅗ or more): You are a careful and reasonable person when it comes to money. You see money as something to be in control of, and you take the effort to organize your money such that it becomes an asset to you. People who organize their wallets tend to also organize their lives. They have a sense of how much they spend and how much they save. Which is great, but do allow yourself to spend occasionally, and live life a little less organized.

Mostly Bs (you answered B ⅗ or more): You see money as a symbol of status and achievement. Money is important to you. You can be generous with your money – both to yourself and to others. While you can be a savvy spender who knows where to get a good bargain, you also constantly struggle with the temptation of to spend or not to spend.

Mostly Cs (you answered C ⅗ or more): You have a practical grip on what money means to you: which is a means to something else and not an end in itself. While money serves your purpose, you can be prone to being sentimental – to a point where carelessness slips in: you tend to allow unnecessary things that may no longer serve its purpose to hang about in your life. This can cause unnecessary clutter in your life.