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Here are the 16 Executives 'Moving Up' as reported in the Daily in May

Catherines' a Subsidiary of Ascena Retail Group, Inc., promoted Ted Grekos to Director of LP.
Follett Higher Education Group promoted Frank O'Neil to Senior VP of AP & Facilities.
GameStop promoted John Schroeder to Director of Loss Prevention North East.
Gap North America promoted Robert Mirakaj, CFI to Director of Operations.
Harbor Freight Tools named Paul Pillsbury, CFI Director of Loss Prevention.
Payless ShoeSource named Mark Reeves, CFI Director of Loss Prevention/Field Audit, North Zone.
Prada promoted Jeffrey Santana to Director of Loss Prevention.
Regis Corp. named Murray Sinclair Director, Asset Protection Field Compliance.
Regis Corp. named Clint Merritte Director of Asset Protection Premium Salons.
Ross Stores named Brian Aquilina Director, Investigative & Safety Center.
Ross Stores promoted Timothy Kidd to Senior Director, Loss Prevention Operations.
Sysrepublic named Johnny Custer, LPC, CFI Vice President, Solutions Research and Marketing.
Sysrepublic named Erin Edwards VP of Sales.
Tiffany & Co. promoted Steven Palumbo, CFI to Group Director Security, Operations & Manufacturing.
Tiffany & Co. promoted Charles Olschanski, CFI to Group Director, Americas Retail & Investigations.
T-Mobile named Tim Fisher Director of Loss Prevention.
 

 

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Steve Walker, CFI was promoted to Market Loss Prevention Director for Walgreens. 
Steve was the previous District Loss Prevention Manager for Walgreens before receiving this promotion. He was also the Corporal for Arkansas State Police. Steve went into Law Enforcement at Arkansas State University. Congratulations Steve!


FBI Mounts Manhunt For SF Suspect With Explosives Following Hazmat Search Of Russian Hill Apartment  The FBI is releasing new information about a man suspected of possessing explosive materials a day after searching his San Francisco apartment during an hours-long warrant operation. Ryan Kelly Chamberlain II, 42, is wanted for allegedly possessing explosive materials at his home on Jackson Street between Polk Street and Van Ness Avenue, FBI spokesman Peter Lee said at a news conference outside of the agency’s San Francisco office Sunday afternoon. Lee said Chamberlain, who is at large and is believed to be traveling alone, is considered be armed and dangerous and could have explosives. (Source cbslocal.com)

"Open Carry group holds rally at Home Depot in North Richland Hills" Saturday
About 150 people, many of them bearing strong opinions and semi-automatic rifles, assembled on a busy street corner Saturday to make their case for a change in Texas gun laws. The heavily armed contingent came from the Tarrant County offshoot of Open Carry Texas, an organization that works to “condition Texans to feel safe around law-abiding citizens that choose to carry” guns. Saturday’s rally began in the parking lot of a Home Depot. Corporate spokesman Stephen Holmes said that while Home Depot allows customers to carry legally permitted weapons into its stores, “we do not allow solicitation or organizing by third parties on our property.” The Open Carry supporters were not asked to move on Saturday. But should they return for another rally, Holmes said, “we’ll remind them of that policy.” The gathering Saturday generated dozens of critical comments on Home Depot’s Facebook site. (Source dallasnews.com)

A New Rallying Cry for Retail Workers: $25,000 a Year
In the coming days, you will be hearing a lot about working women. Not the women leaning in, not the women opting out, but the working women living in or near poverty. The retail industry alone employs about 1.3 million women who live close to the poverty threshold, according to a new report from the public-policy group Demos. Amy Traub, the author of “Retail’s Choice: How Raising Wages and Improving Schedules for Women in the Retail Industry Would Benefit America,” argues for an increase to $25,000 a year, or $12.25 an hour. The average hourly wage for saleswomen is now $10.58. The report arrives as Walmart Moms head to the headquarters of Wal-Mart Stores (WMT) for the retailer’s annual shareholder meeting on June 6. The union-supported group is asking for $25,000 a year for full-time work. Traub says one of the reasons she chose to look at the effects of an increase to $25,000 is because that was the number the Walmart Moms had chosen. “Walmart is always the elephant in the room when talking about retail,” she says. “But we’re looking at all large retailers.” (Source businessweek.com)

Iverify and Trans Alarm Announce Strategic Merger
Iverify, the leading provider of real-time remote security monitoring services, and Trans Alarm Security Services, a leading provider of life-safety and property protection solutions, today announced a merger resulting in one of the most comprehensive security product and service suites in the industry. Additionally, Securitas, a global knowledge leader in security, announced it has made a minority investment in Iverify, which will result in an ownership position in the combined operations of Iverify and Trans Alarm. Sean Forrest, current chief executive officer (CEO) of Iverify, will remain chief executive of the combined firm, and Steve Champeau, CEO of the former Trans Alarm, will be president of the new organization. The headquarters of the organization, which will operate under the corporate name, Iverify, are in Charlotte, NC. Its facility in Burnsville, MN will remain fully operational and the two monitoring centers of the combined operations will serve as fully capable, redundant back-up sites for one another. (Source businesswire.com)

Securitas today announced that it has acquired 24 percent of the shares of Iverify  A leading remote video services company. The company operates a state-of-the-art remote video operations center, one of the largest of its kind, at its Charlotte, NC, headquarters. With the simultaneous announcement today that Iverify has purchased 100% of the shares of TransAlarm, a strong and reliable security technology integrator, Securitas now has a 24 percent ownership position in the combined operations of the two companies. Headquartered in Minnesota, TransAlarm also provides access to a network of over 400 installers capable of covering the entire United States, Puerto Rico and Canada. TransAlarm also delivers monitoring services. (Source prnewswire.com)

Tiffany manager files suit saying they discriminated against him and other blacks - the only African-American manager in 200 U.S. stores  A complaint filed in federal court Thursday in New York said that blacks are underrepresented in management-level positions at Tiffany and excluded from executive-level roles. It said that the plaintiff, Michael McClure, is the only African-American in the more than 200 U.S. management positions at New York-based Tiffany. Mr. McClure is a group director, with management responsibility for two Tiffany stores in Houston. The complaint said that he was placed on warning and threatened with termination after a performance review that he says was unfair. As a result of the warning, he was denied an annual bonus and merit pay. The complaint also said that Mr. McClure got an unsigned letter saying that Anthony Ledru, senior vice president of North America for Tiffany, had said he was surprised that "a black man is representing the Tiffany brand" to a small group of other Tiffany employees. A Tiffany spokesman said in a statement that the lawsuit allegations are without merit and that the company values diversity. (Source crainsnewyork.com)

Footwear-analytics technology to aid retail? Being developed over facial recognition to avoid use of biometrics  A postgraduate student at the university has been awarded seed funding by the institution to develop a new device which he says will provide a comprehensive, real-time picture of customers in a shop, using a small camera and image recognition technology. Owen McCormack, who is 29 and is completing a Master's degree in Computer Science at UCL, is working on a system that analyses customers' footwear to make assumptions about the gender, demographic and social class of people making purchases in-store. With consumer privacy concerns still existing over a number of facial recognition systems currently being trialed by retailers, the shoe-analytics technology could provide similar personal profiling while avoiding the use of biometrics. McCormack's company, Hoxton Analytics, is marketing the patent-pending device by informing retailers that they could also use the technology to optimize different stores through tailoring advertising, promotions, displays and stock to specific consumer profiles. The tool could be used by department stores, airports, train stations and shopping malls to map the types of consumers most likely to visit different locations. (Source essentialretail.com)

NSA collects 55,000 images daily to feed facial recognition programs

Conn’s Q1 tops estimates; will open 17-20 stores

Only 33% of small to medium retailers feel secure from theft

Half of consumers willing to trade privacy for targeted marketing, in spite of security concerns 

ADT offers up to $25K to expose security sales scams - looking for whistleblowers  ADT is offering as much as $25,000 to anyone willing to blow the whistle on security companies that train their door-to-door sales teams to use deceptive sales techniques, the home security giant announced last week. David Bleisch, ADT general counsel, said ADT believes some sales reps working for unethical door-knocking companies want to speak out anyway, so this offer is designed to encourage them to do that. “We want to also provide additional incentive and recognition for people that are brave enough to stand up and be whistle-blowers,” he told Security Systems News. (Source securitysystemnews.com)

Quarterly Same Store Sales Results

Conn's Q1 up 15.6% with revenues up 33.6%
Books-A-Million Q1 down 2.5% with sales up 0.2%

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Checkpoint Systems introduces new line of EAS solutions
Checkpoint Systems, Inc. is launching its next generation of intelligent electronic article surveillance (EAS) solutions. The Evolve iRange comprises six different EAS antennas, a broad range of EAS labels designed for visible and source-tagging application to various types of merchandise, and the Counterpoint iD deactivation unit for faster and consistent deactivation at point-of-sale (POS). Together, the portfolio is designed to deter theft from potential shoplifters and provide confidence that protected merchandise has been deactivated efficiently to avoid false alarms for honest shoppers, and that the antenna alarms are indeed shoplifting attempts so store personnel can respond appropriately. (Source chainstoreage.com)

 

“Securing your Global Supply Chain”

When:  September 9th-10th, 2014 - Dallas, Texas
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Supply Chain Professionals - $125.00 and/or Law Enforcement Members - $25.00

The International Supply Chain Protection Organization would like to announce that registration is now open for its 2014 conference - “Securing your Global Supply Chain”. The two day cargo theft summit will be addressing topics related to supply chain security, industry theft trends and investigations. There will be a wide range of speakers from both private sector and public law enforcement, speaking on topics that are currently affecting the global supply chain. The event will also provide a great venue to network with global industry peers, law enforcement, and select vendors. ISCPO members and any other interested parties should consider attending.

Our list of speakers will include professionals from DHL Global Mail, Rent-A-Center, General Mills, Texas Instruments, Fossil, Homeland Security, Federal Bureau of Investigations, and many more.

You are now able to register for the 2014 ISCPO Conference via the ISCPO website. Click here for registration page. Registration will be limited to 200 participants. Register now!


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Bob Serenson, Director of Loss Prevention for Bed Bath & Beyond, discusses the relationship between your career (your progress) and your employer (the retailer) – and the fact that the relationship between the two is a “mutual investment” on both your parts. A 20-plus-year veteran of the industry, Bob has successfully led LP teams and programs at a number of retailers. Here, he talks about the basic core beliefs and philosophy that have helped him be successful over the years.

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Hackers put security tool that finds payment card data into their arsenal
Like a crowbar, security software tools can be used for good and evil. Bootleg versions of a powerful tool called "Card Recon" from Ground Labs, which searches for payment card data stored in the nooks and crannies of networks, have been appropriated by cybercriminals. Card Recon is intended for organizations seeking to comply with the Payment Card Industry's Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS), a set of recommendations to safeguard payment card data. The software tool scans all parts of a network to see where payment card data is stored. Often, companies find card details stashed in unlikely and unknown places. Card Recon compiles a thorough report, and companies can then move to secure the data. (Source networkworld.com)

This is What Happens to Card Data on a Mobile Reader
With mobile card readers and the advent of point-to-point encryption, merchants don’t have to think twice about where and when they’re swiping a credit card. Mobile POS technology has blown the doors wide open for merchants of all sizes to accept payments in nontraditional ways – like at farmer’s markets and craft fairs – and has eliminated many of the issues associated with cash and checks. Mobile card readers are fast, it’s how they were intended to be. That’s why it’s so important for merchants to understand this process. You are the gatekeeper of your customer’s private information in their card data. What exactly happens to that data once the gates are opened and it’s swiped by a mobile reader? The process can be understood in three steps: the swipe, the processor and the storage. (Source multichannelmerchant.com)

California is home to the most e-retail companies and employees

Bitcoin Is Set to Take over the World of Online Payment Systems
 

"Fraud is not a person - it is a dynamic grouping of statistics that deviate from the norm."
Stuart B. Levine, CFI, CFCI
CEO, The Zellman Group & Zellman Fraudnet

Be sure to attend Stuart Levine's NRF LP Session, "EMV Impact and an Omni channel Approach to Reducing Fraud" on Wednesday June 11, 11:30-12:30pm in room 304-305

 

 


 

Off duty police officer working private security shot killed at Waffle House Saturday in Griffin, Ga.  Three suspects are in custody after the shooting that happened at the Waffle House at 2:30 a.m. The incident started when Jordan, who was working an off-duty security job, removed three drunken and disruptive customers from inside. Police said Chantell Mixon, 28, put up a fight in the parking lot while Jordan tried to arrest her. Police said Mixon's boyfriend, 30-year-old Michael Dwayne Bowman, pulled out a gun and shot Jordan at least three times. (Source wsbtv.com)

Arrest Made in 'Bottle Bomb' Explosion at D.C.-Area Theater
Manuel Joyner, 20, was arrested Sunday by officers from the Prince George’s County Office of the Fire Marshal with help from county police. Investigators said Joyner made and exploded a bottle bomb inside the Magic Johnson Movie Theatre in Largo, Md., on May 24. (Source nbcnews.com)

Redding, PA Police look for man they say robbed a Wal-Mart
Police are looking for a man they say robbed the Wal-Mart Supercenter in Redding on Sunday night, taking an undisclosed amount of money from a register. The robbery occurred around 9:15 p.m. in the garden area of the store on Dana Drive. The suspect had completed a transaction and then displayed a semi-automatic handgun to the clerk. Police said the clerk left the area and the suspect removed money from the cash register. (Source redding.com)


Man in custody after attempted robbery at Surrey, BC, CN Jewelry store
A jewelry store owner escaped with only minor injuries after an attempted robbery yesterday in Surrey. Sergeant Thom Thompson says shortly after 5pm police were called to the store at Surrey Central Mall, where they found the victim – and suspect – waiting for them. “The 50-year old victim sustained a 3-inch gash wound to his scalp, and the suspect was actually tackled at the scene by a witness outside the store and held for police attendance.” Thompson says while it’s rare for witnesses to get involved -and police do urge caution due to the risk to personal safety – police are grateful for the help this time. (Source cknw.com)


Jewelers Security Alliance President John J. Kennedy and Vice President Scott Guginsky—led a seminar Friday on crime prevention, “How Can a Jeweler Spot Criminals on the Road or in the Store?,” that analyzed 10 red flags that could indicate a possible crime

Town East Mall security guard shot Sunday asking driver to move his car blocking a traffic lane in Mesquite, TX - two arrested

Springfield Wal-Mart employee arrested for till-tapping for $1,520

Hickory, NC Police report Man killed in officer-involved shooting, at a Kangaroo store

Humble, TX gas station clerk fatally shot while on the job

Naples, Fla. skimmer busted using fraudulent cards

NJ man sentenced to 6 years for string of smash-and-grab burglaries

Detroit area Music store owner released from custody after shooting, could face charges

Watertown NY woman accused of third Walmart theft in a month

Federal prosecutors want jury to see defendant try on hooded sweatshirt worn during robbery

Kay Jewelers Employees robbed at gunpoint of a night deposit; Columbiana Mall, Columbia, South Carolina

Distraction Team hits Jared Vault, Jersey Gardens Mall, Elizabeth, NJ. for 19 gold chains valued at over $24,000

Jared Vault in Katy Mills Texas the victim of a Grab and Run; 2 diamond rings valued at over $9000

Kay Jeweler's in the Salisbury Mall, Salisbury, MD. hit with a $5999 Grab and Run: 2 CTW Diamond ring stolen




AT&T – Oconee Co. SC – Burglary
Boost Mobile – Glen Burnie, MD – Armed Robbery
C Mart – Augusta, GA – Burglary – one of 2 arrested
Cell Tech – Huntsville, AL – Burglary – 3 teens arrested
Chevron – Cedertown, GA - Armed Robbery – teen suspect arrested
Cracker Barrel – Baton Rouge, LA - Armed Robbery
Cruces Pharmacy – Spring, TX – Robbery
CVS – Orange Co, FL – Armed Robbery – suspect charged
Dollar General – Orange Co, FL – Armed Robbery
East York Road – Harris Co, TX – Burglary – 3 suspects in custody
Family Dollar – Inwood, WV – Armed Robbery
FastLane – Boone Co, MO - Armed Robbery
Fuel Maxx - Cut and Shoot, TX – Armed Robbery
Jackson – Boise, ID – Armed Robbery – suspect arrested, 2nd robbery at location
K-T Food Mart – Edinburg, TX - Armed Robbery
Mac’s – Harriston, Ontario, CN - Armed Robbery
McDonald’s – Houston, TX – Armed Robbery
Metro PCS – Nassau, NY – Burglary – surveillance photo released
Mr Discount – Meridian, MS – Attempted Robbery – suspect stopped by Loss Prevention
Nisa’s Variety – Wallingford, CT – Armed Robbery
PDQ – Monona, WI – Armed Robbery
Shell – Beacon Hill, Ottawa, CN – Armed Robbery – 3 suspects in custody
Taco Bueno – Owasso, OK – Robbery/ Assault of employee
Walgreens – Orange Co, FL – Armed Robbery – suspect charged
Walgreens- Omaha, NB – Armed Robbery
Wichita Band Instrument – Wichita, KS – Burglary – 6 saxophones stolen
Young’s Foods – Birmingham, AL –Shooting
7-Eleven – Los Angeles, CA – Shooting – gang member critically wounded
7- Eleven – Hopewell, VA – Armed Robbery
7- Eleven – Colorado Springs, CO – Armed Robbery
7- Eleven – Orlando, FL – Pan-handler shot and killed
9900 Gratiot – Detroit, MI – Armed Robbery – 2 suspects shot by Police

 

 


 

St. Matthews, MO Police say $100K Best Buy burglary part of ORC Ring  The St. Matthews Police Department is working with other law enforcement agencies, federal, state and local after about $100,000 worth of cellphones and other mobile devices were stolen from a Best Buy store on Friday. Police said the burglars went through reinforced steel doors of the store in the 5000 block of Shelbyville Road. The four burglars were wearing hooded sweatshirts and had their faces covered, according to police. On surveillance footage obtained by WLKY, one of the suspects rolled in a blue garbage bin that was used to remove the merchandise. The burglars were in and out of the store in less than 3 minutes and left in a tan minivan and two dark-colored SUVs. Employees were inside the store when the burglars came in. They barricaded themselves and called police. Police believe the suspects were armed and are part of an organized theft ring. Police think they were in the store earlier that day and may have surveyed the store for several days. Similar burglaries are reported in other states; including Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, West Virginia and Ohio. (Source wlky.com)

2 steal 35 iPods, other electronics from Walmart in Elizabeth City, N.C.
Elizabeth City police are seeking the public’s help finding two men caught on videotape stealing more than $12,000 worth of electronics — including 35 Apple iPods — from the Elizabeth City Walmart Supercenter this week. (Source dailyadvance.com)

Credit card fraud nets 20-month sentence in Auburn, MA  Daniel Zogli, 35 was sentenced in federal court last week to serve 20 months in prison and ordered to pay $21,427 in restitution. Records show an Auburn police officer was called to Sears on May 16, 2013, after a man there was trying to pick up a video game system reportedly bought with a stolen credit card. A loss prevention officer for the store told the officer the video game system was bought online. Mr. Zogli was the authorized recipient and he was still in the store. Mr. Zogli was questioned by FBI and Secret Service agents at the Auburn police station. He admitted to receiving roughly 60 stolen credit cards from October 2012 to May 2013. The credit cards had been mailed to addresses in Worcester, Webster and Grafton. Mr. Zogli also said he used a website to obtain at least 200 stolen credit card numbers. (Source telegram.com)

Thefts, Assaults Land Locals in Wright County Jail
Gene Nathaniel Lumbar, 36, of Mahnomen, MN was arrested in Silver Creek Township on a MN Department of Corrections warrant for possession of shoplifting gear and a Hennepin County warrant for theft. (Source northwrightcounty.today)


Suspects arrested in Lewisville, TX Jewelry store robberies 
 

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6th Annual Charity Golf Tournament to be Held Before NRF Conference in Miami


RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif., (June 2, 2014) – One day before the NRF Conference in Miami, on June 10, the USS Foundation is hosting its 6th Annual Charity Golf Tournament. The event will be held at the world-famous Trump National Doral, Blue Monster Course. A part of the proceeds will go to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and a part will go towards charity programs of the USS Foundation.

“At the last year’s charity golf tournament, the loss prevention community helped us raise over $40,000 for children in need,” said Adel Sayegh, the founder of the USS Foundation. “We are very excited that this year we may break that record. Companies like ebay, LP Magazine, Diebold, Stanley Security and The Retail Equation, are among the top sponsors of this year’s event. And Burlington Coat Factory will make a direct donation of $5,000 for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at the event.”

The USS Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to help children in need. It is known for its Adopt-a-Bike program; holiday meals for low income families; and visits to children recovering from serious illnesses. The USS Foundation is an active supporter of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

Registration information for this year’s charity golf tournament can be obtained from the USS Foundation’s web site: http://www.ussfoundation.org/golf.php

For more information, contact:
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Director Digital LP Nike Portland, OR Nike
Director of AP Macy's Cheshire, CT Macy's
Director of Loss Prevention Belk Birmingham, AL Belk
VP of Operations Checkview Chanhassen, MN Checkview
VP of Loss Prevention Dunkin Donuts Canton, MA Dunkin Donuts
Central Investigator - ORC Home Depot Elmont, NY Home Depot
District LP Manager Sears Los Angeles, CA Sears Holdings Corp
Business Continuity Mgr Bi-Lo Holdings Jacksonville, FL Bi-Lo Holdings
Regional LP Manager Michaels Denver, CO Michaels
National Account Mgr Confidential Dallas, TX Downing & Downing
District LP Manager Confidential Phoenix, AZ Downing & Downing

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AP Manager in Training Walmart Devine, TX Walmart
AP Manager in Training Walmart Boonville, MO Walmart
AP Manager in Training Walmart Oklahoma City, OK Walmart
AP Manager in Training Walmart Niagara Falls, NY Walmart
AP Manager in Training Walmart Springville, NY Walmart
AP Manager in Training Walmart West Milwaukee, WI Walmart
AP Manager in Training Walmart Carlisle, PA Walmart
AP Manager in Training Walmart Elizabethville, PA Walmart
Dept Mgr Store LP & Safety Lowe's Tempe, AZ Lowe's
Dept Mgr LP & Safety Lowe's Fountain, CO Lowe's
Dept Mgr LP & Safety Lowe's Hilliard, OH Lowe's
ETL Assets Protection Target Lansing, MI Target
LP Manager Macy's Springfield, OH Macy's
LP Specialist Home Depot Canada Port Coquitlam, BC, Canada Workopolis
LP Specialist Home Depot Canada Vancouver, BC, Canada Workopolis
LP Specialist Home Depot Canada Surrey, BC, Canada Workopolis
       

 



 

Steve Walker, CFI was promoted to Market Loss Prevention Director for Walgreens. 
Scott Nelson was promoted Security Manager for Tiffany & Company.
 

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The Best Teams Hold Themselves Accountable  Want to create a team that performs at high levels, can handle issues on their own and doesn't require you to settle squabbles between team members? Research shows that high performance and accountability go hand in hand. Create a more accountable atmosphere with these tips. (It takes two)

10 Quicker Ways to Determine if Your Team is Engaged  As a leader you have a responsibility to make sure your employees and team members understand and build your company's vision, mission, and the brand. Here are some tips for building a team of engaged "Brand Ambassadors." (True selves)

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8 Ways You Are Turning a Crisis Into a Catastrophe (And How to Stop)  These mistakes can turn molehills into mountains, and with little effort on the parts of leaders. These behaviors you would think are good for leaders, can actually escalate the problems. Avoid turning your small crises into big catastrophes with these tips. (No denying)

 

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