Holland & Barrett rolls out Checkpoint Systems' EAS 2.0 solutions
to all its
Checkpoint Systems, a leading global supplier of merchandise availability
solutions, and Holland & Barrett, Europe's leading retailer of vitamins,
minerals and herbal supplements, have extended their partnership with the full
roll-out of an EAS 2.0 (electronic article surveillance) programme that delivers
loss prevention solutions and data analytics at 950 stores in the UK, Ireland,
Benelux and Scandinavia.
Wal-Mart ending price matching at 500 stores
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is ending its ad-matching program - where shoppers checking
out could snag a lower price if they showed a competitor's ad selling an item
for less - at 500 stores as of June 9, Wal-Mart confirmed Thursday. Customers at
the stores can instead use the retailer's Savings Catcher app, where users can
scan their receipts and the app compares Wal-Mart prices to those advertised by
competitors, offering an e-gift card for the difference amount if there is one.
Amazon stopped giving refunds when an item's price drops
after you purchase it
The company that prides itself on customer centricity may have just alienated
some customers. Amazon has been known to give refunds if the price of an item
drops after a purchase and the customer notifies customer service. But it
appears that Amazon stopped providing these refunds earlier this month, except
for televisions, according to price-tracking companies and customer postings on
The move may have something to do with the rise of startups that track prices
for Amazon customers and automatically request refunds when appropriate. One
of them, a Santa Monica-based startup called Earny scours a customer's email
inbox for digital receipts, and then continuously checks the price on a
retailer's website to see if it drops.
Amazon spokeswoman Julie Law told Recode the policy was always limited to
televisions and that any customer who has received refunds on other products was
granted an "exception." But it's clear that those exceptions were previously
given out freely, and now they are not. It's also clear that startups like
Earny and Paribus, which require users to hand over their Amazon account
credentials, are on Amazon's radar.
Counterfeit Beauty Products Are on the Rise, According to ICE
"We are seeing more counterfeit beauty products and cosmetics, and that specific
area is an area where we're aggressively targeting the individuals who sell
those goods, which [was] the purpose of yesterday's effort," said ICE spokesman
Khaalid Walls. "In general, it's all profit motivated. Anything that can be
counterfeited is a potential profit for the individuals or group who are
selling these inferior goods."
According to numbers from the Department of Homeland Security, DHS made 2,301
seizures of pharmaceuticals or personal-care products in fiscal 2015, up from
1,841 in fiscal 2014. Those items were valued at more than $75 million retail
for fiscal 2015, up from $73 million retail in fiscal 2014, the numbers show.
Ex-Staples Worker's $16M Age Bias Win Upheld On Appeal
A California appeals court on Thursday upheld a $16 million age discrimination
verdict awarded to a former Staples Inc. employee, saying the company's "high
degree of reprehensibility" justified the jury's grant of $13 million in
Bobby Dean Nickel, a former manager at Staples Contract & Commercial Inc.
facility in La Mirada, California, sued for age discrimination and wrongful
termination under the Fair Employment and Housing Act after he was let go from
his job in 2011 at age 64.
Staples argued on appeal that Nickel failed to provide evidence of malice,
oppression or fraud to justify the level of punitive damages. The appeals panel
disagreed, saying Staples deliberately axed Nickel due to his age, damaged his
reputation and future job prospects, and "acted in a base, contemptible and
vile manner" when it said it fired him for allegedly stealing the 68-cent bell
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Minimum Wage Workers Camp In Front Of McDonald's Shareholders Meeting
Fast food and other low wage workers took their demands for better pay and union
rights directly to a major source of their ire Wednesday and Thursday,
descending on McDonald's corporate headquarters in suburban Oak Brook. More than
a thousand demonstrators briefly marched outside the fast food beheamoth's
annual shareholders meeting, trudging through a torrential downpour to tell the
company that because it rakes in billions in profits, it can pay workers a
living wage. The rain didn't dampen the resolve of many of the workers, who set
up tents to spend the night in front of offices in a business park just off the
highway while the wind whipped sheets of water around them.
Memorial Day travel highest projected since 2005
Lower gas prices will have families out and on the road for the upcoming
Memorial Day weekend. AAA reports more than 38 million Americans will be
traveling in coming days, the most since 2005. Rose White, AAA Nebraska public
affairs director, said this weekend will be busy with additional drivers on the
road. It's projected about 700,000 more people will travel this holiday as
compared to 2015.
Long airport security lines expected this weekend
Friday is the fourth busiest air travel day of the year. Last year, on the
Friday before Memorial Day, about 2.25 million passengers went through airport
security. The TSA says travelers can expect to wait even longer than normal this
weekend. Some airports across the nation are recommending passengers arrive
three hours before their departure times.
Utah dad says he was 'sucker-punched' at Walmart for taking 5-year-old daughter
into men's bathroom
Abercrombie leaving teens behind for more 'sophisticated' 20-somethings
New Zealand: Tobacco Tax Hikes
May Put Retail Workers At Risk
Same Store Sales Results
Famous Footwear Q1 comp's up 1%
Costco Q3 comp's flat, net sales up 2%
Abercrombie & Fitch Q1 comp's down 4%, net sales down 3%
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Company Fires CEO & CFO
after $56M 'Whaling Attack'
The scam, one of
the company's employees or executives received a spoofed email made to look
like it's coming from one of its bosses or fellow employees asking for
urgent payment of a business transaction. They fell for it and paid out $56
million. They got $10 million back but that's it.
Of special note is
that when the news broke back in February the company stock dropped 14% and
after the announcement yesterday went up 5%. Talk about cyber crime
Verizon's ICSA Labs has
launched a program to test and certify IoT products
On Wednesday, ICSA Labs announced
to test the security features of IoT devices and sensors. If
the products pass, ICSA will give them a seal of approval. It can also keep
testing them periodically to make sure they're still safe. ICSA will
test both consumer and enterprise IoT products, mostly for vendors but also
for some large enterprises trying to implement IoT in a secure way, said
George Japak, managing director for ICSA Labs.
This could end up being like the UL approval for IoT, so vendors beware. cio.com
Forrester: Sears Wins at Omnichannel Experience
Edward Lampert, chief executive officer of the ailing Sears Holding Corp.,
finally got some good news: Forrester Research gave Sears top marks for its
omnichannel experience. Lampert has for years been emphasizing digital
capabilities, and the Shop Your Way membership program, while critics have
complained the stores have not seen enough investment, leading to a string of
losses that continued in the first quarter.
Forrester researchers looked at the top multichannel retailers in the Internet
Retailer 500, and rated each in four categories using 19 different criteria,
covering the entire typical customer purchase path. Sears led the pack with a
score of 78 out of 100. That's compared with Macy's at 72, Target at 67,
Wal-Mart at 64, J.C. Penney at 60 and Gap at 57.
Equifax Hit With Class Action Over Kroger Data Breach
- Kroger employees accuse credit agency of negligence
Equifax was hit with a proposed class action on Wednesday in Georgia federal
court accusing the Atlanta-based consumer credit bureau of negligence after a
data breach disclosed the personal information of a group of Kroger grocery
Betzalel Yochanan, a Kroger employee who seeks to represent more than 431,000 of
the chain's staff whose personal information may have been hacked, filed a
complaint that Equifax willfully ignored known weaknesses in its security system
- including prior data attacks. The suit alleges that if Equifax properly
addressed the security weakness it could have prevented the breach and the
subsequent identity fraud of the victims that followed.
Michaels Customer Asks 2nd Circ. To Revive Data Breach Suit
Cabela's upgrades POS terminals chain-wide with P2P Encryption
StopLift Detects 1.5 MILLION Incidents of Unscanned Items at Checkouts Worldwide
StopLift Checkout Vision Systems has now detected more than 1.5 million
incidents of scan-avoidance at both manned and self-checkouts at retailers
around the world.
StopLift's Scan-It-All video recognition technology has confirmed more than 1.5
million-plus incidents, which include "sweethearting", when cashiers pretend to
scan merchandise but deliberately bypass the scanner, thus not charging the
customer for the merchandise. The customer is often a friend, family member or
fellow employee working in tandem with the cashier. Many scan avoidance
incidents are also caused by customers using self-checkout.
See real scan avoidance incidents - and a realtime incident counter at
StopLift's patented Scan-It-All video analytics technology visually determines
what occurs during each transaction to immediately distinguish between
legitimate and fraudulent behavior at the checkout. As soon as a scan avoidance
incident occurs, StopLift, which constantly monitors 100% of the security video,
flags the transaction as suspicious. It quickly reports the incident,
identifying the cashier or customer and the date and time of the theft. This
includes incidents which may be due to mistakes by the cashier or customer at
self-checkout as well as items left in the shopping cart.
Retail chains can now receive realtime reporting on self-checkout theft and
other scan avoidance, prevent false alerts and interventions, alert the
attendant before the customer leaves the store, and improve customer service at
the self-checkout with
StopLift's new Self-Checkout Accelerator.
always suspected that self-checkouts would be highly prone to scan-avoidance,
and our technology has certainly found this to be the case," Kundu said.
"Furthermore, using the incidents detected from their own stores, retailers are
now able to train staff on the signals indicating when customers are either
having problems using the self-checkout or are exhibiting suspicious behavior."
Dishonest associates are identified on the basis of video evidence the first
time they conduct a fraudulent transaction, rather than months or even years
down the road, significantly reducing inventory shrinkage, deterring future
theft, and boosting profitability. Likewise, dishonest customers are identified
at the self-checkout.
"The system never sleeps. It lets me sleep," said Piggly Wiggly owner Keith
Holley of Alabama.
The technology eliminates costly, time-consuming human review of video,
drastically reduces and deters fraud at the checkout, and significantly improves
profitability, Kundu said. Rather than take a one-size-fits-all approach,
StopLift develops targeted applications to address the specific needs of
retailers from different sectors including general merchandise, grocery, and
Scan-It-All works with existing off-the-shelf overhead cameras. No special
camera equipment needs to be purchased or installed, and no changes have to be
made to the checkout.
The U.S. National Retail Federation states that retail shrink was $44 billion in
2014 and about $14 billion of that is due to scan-avoidance. Supermarkets, with
their lower profit margins, are particularly vulnerable to scan-avoidance, which
has accounted for an almost 35% profit loss industrywide.
With more than 40 years of global experience,
Nedap's intelligent article surveillance solutions bridge the gap between
high-performance loss prevention and a pleasant customer experience with smart
features such as metal detectors, dashboarding, customer counting and much more.
Director of Channel Sales Americas, and
Pat O'Leary, VP and General Manager for
Nedap North America, tell us about the cutting-edge features of Nedap's
open-platform iSense technology, which can be rolled out quickly and
cost-effectively thanks to their strong partner network throughout the United
States and beyond.
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Expert panelists at a Tuesday CNP
Expo session on the subject discussed successful strategies to fight friendly
fraud chargebacks and retain the disputed funds. Because the cardholder
information used was valid, it is difficult to predict which transactions will
result in a friendly fraud chargeback. The key is "to know how to fight the
chargeback when [friendly fraud] does happen".
One method that enables
retention of the charged back funds and that can detour consumers from
committing friendly fraud with a company again is to contact the cardholder
after the transaction has been investigated. It's an opportunity to determine
what really happened and to advise them in a friendly way that you are aware of
what they are doing. "When you start to see a third, fourth or fifth chargeback
claiming a customer didn't receive an item, you can make a business decision to
contact the customer," says Mallon. "We have actually seen several friendly
fraud customers become good customers with good customer service and the
notification that their behavior has been noticed."
Twitter Cuts Commerce Team
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Perkins Township, OH: Police
and Retailers team up to bust store owners in $20,000 shoplifting scheme fueling
Perkins Township served three
search warrants on Thursday in a shoplifting scheme they say was helping fuel
the area's heroin problem. The detective bureau started investigating Double E's
Buy and Sell five months ago. Perkins Township police said the owners, Eric
Petrick and Emmanuel Harvey, knowingly bought stolen merchandise to sell on eBay
from shoplifters knows as boosters. "We found through the investigation that
this business not only was involved in the buying and selling of stolen
merchandise but through one aspect of the enterprise was helping to fuel the
heroin epidemic in our area for these boosters," police said in a news release
on Thursday. "Most of the known boosters are or have been addicted to the drug
and this group enables these people to obtain cash to support their addiction."
Boosters targets Dick's Sporting Good, JCPenney, Kroger, Walmart, Home Depot,
Sears, Target and Meijer. According to police, the group fenced stolen items
worth seven figures over the last three years. One store lost $20,000 in
merchandise over just four months.
Nashville, TN: Fencing Operation - First Stop
Market Raided as Part of Stolen Property Investigation
A three-month investigation into The First Stop Market's alleged
dealings with stolen merchandise resulted in today's police department raid on
the business and the seizure of beer, energy drinks, detergent, and cigarettes.
Beginning in March, Pawn & Fraud Unit detectives investigated the market,
located at 508 Old Hickory Boulevard. The market's owner operator, Ashraf
Ibrahem, 50, is alleged to have purchased merchandise on three separate
occasions from a police operative who clearly represented the items as being
stolen. Ibrahem paid the operative about a third of what the merchandise was
actually worth. Kroger Organized Retail Crime personnel assisted in this
Lebanon, PA: Fencing
Operation shut down, Reduced sentenced for cooperation, dropping Organized
Retail Theft charge
The last person sentenced in
the JT's Buy and Sell saga has been credited with stepping forward to help
police close down the illegal enterprise. Judge Bradford H. Charles sentenced
Dwaine N. Wike, 39, on Wednesday to intermediate punishment (probation) for 23
months and ordered him to pay fines of $200 and restitution of $5,732 for
receiving stolen property and conspiracy. He will serve the first five months of
his probation under house arrest. In return for his cooperation in the
investigation, prosecutors withdrew charges of corrupt organizations, dealing in
proceeds of unlawful activities, violating the Pawnbrokers License Act by not
having a pawnbroker's license, organized retail theft and conspiracy for persons
not to possess firearms.
Pacifica, CA: East Bay women
arrested in theft of large amount of baby formula
Two women were arrested Wednesday afternoon after allegedly stealing a large
amount of baby formula from a store in Pacifica. Police said officers responded
at 4:56 p.m. to the Linda Mar Safeway lon reports of a theft. An employee told
officers that two women left the store in a white Dodge Caravan with a large
amount of stolen baby formula, heading north on Highway 1. Officers located the
vehicle a short distance away and conducted a traffic stop. The store employee
was able to positively identify the women in the burglary, and evidence from the
vehicle suggested the two were involved in a large-scale theft ring throughout
the Bay Area. Akasia Palmore, 21, of Rodeo and Zanae Jones, 21, of Antioch were
arrested and booked into the San Mateo County Jail on suspicion of burglary,
criminal conspiracy and providing a false name to a police officer. The women
were also booked on several out of county warrants for theft.
Related Story: Akasia
Palmore was arrested on Mother's Day in connection to the theft of $11,000 in
Sonoma County, stealing from at least seven pharmacies and grocery stores,
according to Santa Rosa police
Portage, IN: CVS Pharmacy
Employee arrested in $5,700 theft
was arrested Wednesday night and charged with stealing $5,713 of medication over
a three-year period. Tammie Armstrong, 57, of Portage, was charged with felony
theft. Police were called to CVS Wednesday evening. The Loss Prevention officer
at the store said they had been investigating Armstrong regarding the theft of
medication from January 2013 to the present. The Loss Prevention officer told
police Armstrong had been removing tablets of Phentermine from the store, in
all, the 3,717 missing tablets were valued at $5,713.
Beach, FL: Man sought in theft of $3000 in eyewear frames from Volusia Mall
Investigators are looking for a man
they say entered the LenCrafters store at the mall and made off with 11 pairs of
sunglasses worth over $3,000. The theft occurred earlier this month on May 13
just after 8 p.m. at the Volusia Mall store.
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Shootings and Deaths
video released in Albuquerque K-Mart death investigation
KRQE News 13 has obtained new video following
a controversial death at an Albuquerque K-Mart. Police are investigating to see
if K-Mart loss prevention workers caused the death of a shoplifting suspect
while restraining him. Albuquerque Police blacked out a lot of video that shows
exactly what an officer saw when he got to the store, but it does give us a
closer look at the investigation and what witnesses said that day. An officer
arrived at Kmart around 5 p.m. on May 3 to find a shoplifting suspect, Jonathan
Sorensen, handcuffed with three loss prevention workers holding him face down on
the floor, according to a police report. The employees told police they were on
Sorensen about 5 minutes, but a witness later said it was more like 20.
Clackamas County, OR: Armed Robber shoots his way
out of Fred Meyer
A man stole cash from a Clackamas County Fred
Meyer store after it closed Wednesday night and shot through a locked glass exit
door to make his escape. Thee man walked around the store until it closed at 11
p.m. He then walked up to the self-service checkout stands as employees were
emptying them and stole two baskets full of cash. No injuries were reported.
Columbus, GA: Another arrest made in Columbus Mall
Police have made another arrest in a fatal mall shooting. They arrested Tekoa
Young Thursday afternoon. Anthony Meredith died Easter weekend when he was
reportedly shot in the food court area of Peachtree Mall in Columbus. The first
suspect in the case, Xzavien Jones, has already turned himself into authorities.
Police are also looking for Terell McFarland, still wanted in connection to that
shooting. He has not been arrested and is considered armed and dangerous.
IL: UPDATE: Suspect dead in officer-involved shooting at Ultra Foods
An East Chicago man suspected
in a retail theft at a Lansing Ultra Foods ran from police, shot an officer
during a struggle and was fatally shot by another officer Thursday. Warren
Christian, 43, was taken to the hospital and pronounced dead. The officer's
wound was not life-threatening. Lansing Police responded to the grocery store at
The Landings shopping center about 3:30 p.m. for a report of a retail theft in
progress. The officer arrived, saw a man fleeing and gave chase. When the
officer caught up with the suspect, they struggled and the officer was shot in
the lower leg. When the suspect continued running - with the gun - another
officer shot the suspect.
Hopewell Township, PA: Store Owner
dies of Heart Attack
following shoplifting incident
A Hopewell woman was arrested
Thursday for a retail theft incident that officials say likely led to the death
of a convenience store owner. Trista Dawn Foor, 26, was accused of retail theft
after police say she was observed putting merchandise - Sour Patch Kids and
gummy hamburgers - in her purse at Linda's Little General Store in Hopewell on
Tuesday. Authorities say Foor was contacted by the store clerk, who then
contacted store owner Linda Fluke. Fluke traveled to the store and state police
were contacted. Fluke suffered a heart attack during the incident and died
Wednesday. Bedford County District Attorney Bill Higgins has received several
inquiries about the possibility of homicide-related charges in this case, he
said the statutory elements of murder and manslaughter are not present.
Sydney, AU: CCTV footage shows chilling gangland
shooting in Sydney's Bankstown Central Shopping Centre as police hunt for killer
Robberies and Thefts
County, FL: Suspects in Lowe's armed robbery arrested after witness follows
them, calls 911
Two armed robbery suspects are in custody,
accused of stealing from an East Orlando Lowe's on Thursday and injuring an
employee. A customer at the store said he saw employees struggling to stop a man
and a woman from leaving the store. "The female was yelling and she was
carrying, like, a large purse and they were all trying to stop them, and they
couldn't stop them, and she bit one of the employees real bad on the upper
forearm," customer Timothy Bull said. Bull said the suspects ran out of the
store and jumped into a car. Bull said he followed the suspects slowly so he
wouldn't draw attention and called 911. "(After) about 10 miles, all these cops
come up from behind me. They just surrounded him (and) took him down," Bull
said. Deputies said they are still working out charges against the suspects.
Their names have not yet been released.
Louisville, KY: Police arrest man
connected to 9 Armed Robberies
LMPD arrested a Jeffersonville man Tuesday in
connection with nine armed robberies over a two-week span in mid-May. Demetrius
Greene, 29, is accused of committing the crimes from May 9-24 at gas stations,
convenience stores and restaurants across Louisville.
Bridgeview, IL: Shoplifter Flashes
Knife at Kmart Loss Prevention Agent
The Assistant Public Defender told the judge
that Moaton is an Army veteran and has a master's degree from the University of
Wisconsin. Moaton has five previous state and federal convictions for forgery,
identity theft, making and possession counterfeit security documents. and
Nashville, TN: Police recover
custom Gibson guitars stolen from the Factory
Two of the 10 custom guitars stolen during a
burglary early Tuesday from the Gibson Guitar facility on Elm Hill Pike are now
in Nashville-Metro Police hands after a suspect sold them to two men in
Franklin. Police are now searching for Bryan R. Brewington, 36, who allegedly
sold the two guitars to two men in Franklin earlier today for $100 each after
telling the men the guitars were too hot to pawn. After examining the guitars,
the men immediately believed they were among those stolen from Gibson and
St Catherines, CN: Police Dog tracks down fleeing Walmart shoplifter
Los Angeles County, CA: Three separate incidents of
shoplifting reported at Plaza de La Cañada on same day
Anchorage, AK: Police say man used front-loader to
break into liquor store; very slow speed police chase
The Bay in Kelowna, BC, CN reported the theft of
$10,000 in jewelry, three suspects are being sought
Hamiliton, NZ: Overnight Ram Raid on 2 Electronics
Terror Threats and
Trinidad: Three Malls Evacuated due
to threats from ISIS
Scenes of panic yesterday as three malls in
west, east and south Trinidad were evacuated, days after two audio recordings
warned of a threat by ISIS operatives to detonate bombs at local shopping malls
began circulating on social media. There was undue panic yesterday afternoon at
Trincity Mall with the announcement of an evacuation over the mall's Public
Address system, because of an alleged bomb threat. Reports of a shooting at the
mall were false, police later said, however one man was arrested for making the
threat. The belief came from the fact that on Monday, three voice-notes began
circulating on internet messaging system Whats App, seemingly from different a
men claiming to have knowledge of an ISIS terrorist attack on shopping malls.
Richmond, VA: Police and Fire searching for Walmart
Arsonist, surveillance photo released
Credit Card/ID Theft
Wichita, KS: Kansas indictment
accuses 13 in $3.5M ID theft scheme
A federal indictment in southern Kansas
accuses 13 people of roles in an identity-theft ring involving more than $3.5
million of thievery.
The 50-count indictment unsealed Thursday in Wichita
alleges the conspirators divided up the work of stealing from mailboxes, forging
identification documents, obtaining fraudulent credit cards and shopping with
stolen identities. Authorities say some conspirators were paid in drugs for
their labor. Prosecutors said items bought with ill-gotten gains from the scheme
included a $43,500 Jaguar car and a $62,000 Dodge Challenger Hellcat. The
indictment's charges include aggravated identity theft, trafficking in stolen
identities, receipt of stolen mail, unlawful production of identity documents,
bank fraud, and drug and gun counts.
Roswell, GA: Thieves target mailboxes leading to
of credit card and forged checks
Washington, DC: Flower Delivery man steals credit
cards and charges $1,000 at Macy's
and Lord & Taylor
Nassau County, NY: Man Breaks Sliding Door at
Roosevelt Field Mall While Escaping Police; man was caught trying to make a
purchase of $595 with a fake credit card at Neiman Marcus
Hermiston, WA: Hermiston Police have a person of
interest involved in skimming cards
from an ATM
Blinking Light Gallery - Plainfield, VT - Burglary
Bandy's Pharmacy - Salem, IL - Burglary
China Border - Houston, TX - Burglary/ stole
Dollar Store - Topton, PA - Robbery/ sentenced to
Fred Meyer - Portland, OR - Robbery/ Shooting
Gunslingers Gun Shop - Anderson, IN - Burglary/ 3rd
in 18 months
Hanshaw Liquors - Garden Grove, CA - Burglary/
thousands in Lottery tickets
Jackson Country Store - Monroe County, GA - Armed
Kangaroo - Winston-Salem, NC - Armed Robbery
Medicap - Carlisle, IA - Robbery
MGS Liquor - Wichita, KS - Armed Robbery/ Federal
Pete's Greens - Waterbury, VT - Burglary
Rite Aid - Bristol, NH - Armed Robbery
Shop and Go Liquor - Garden City, CA - Burglary
Walgreens - Racine, WI - Robbery/ Assault
Walthall Gas - Monroe County, GA - Burglary
7-Eleven - Mathews, VA - Armed Robbery/ Assault -
sentenced to 4 years
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