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Judge bars Macy's from detaining and fining suspected shoplifters
A Manhattan judge has barred Macy's from detaining shoppers suspected of
stealing and forcing them to pay a penalty before letting them go. The ruling
came in Brooklyn resident Cinthia Orellana's class-action suit against the
retailer because its staffers locked her in a holding cell inside Macy's Herald
Square store for allegedly shoplifting discount shirts in July 2015.
Orellana, an Honduran immigrant with limited English, was told to sign papers
and paid a $100 fee, and yet cops still came to arrest her, her suit says. The
charges were later dropped.
State law allows retailers to temporarily detain and fine suspected
shoplifters, but Supreme Court Justice Manuel Mendez said in his decision
released Wednesday that Macy's abused the statute. The law was never
intended to "confer a license to embarrass, humiliate and harm innocent ...
consumers," Mendez said.
The law was enacted in part to prevent teenage shoplifters from being saddled
with criminal records. A lawyer for Macy's did not respond to a request for
Could "pigeon-holing" types of loss be contributing
to rising shrinkage for some retailers?
Mass merchants and department stores have seen a massive 58% increase in
shrinkage rates since last year, which is no surprise as they continue to treat
online and store loss prevention separately according to the 2016 UK Retail
Increasingly retailers are taking a joined up approach to store and online loss
prevention taking a holistic approach to risk across all channels. Only a few
years ago the Survey concluded that hardly any retailers took this stance.
However, this year only 30.3% of retailers continue to operate in silos across
channels, a major shift in how risk is managed. In this respect Mass Merchants
and Large format speciality are lagging behind, with 60% and 40% respectively
still treating channels separately.
Those taking an holistic approach to loss prevention across all channels have
seen a decrease in shrinkage rates whilst those who have opted for the separate
approach have seen a massive increase in the last year which has contributed to
the £2.34 Billion loss to shrink.
July Fourth travelers brace for tougher U.S. security after Turkey attack
Millions of U.S. travelers flying during the busy Fourth of July holiday weekend
will face heightened security and increased delays due to the deadly attacks at
Istanbul's main airport, officials and air security experts said on Wednesday.
officials were hesitant to reveal specific safety measures taken following
Tuesday's attacks by suspected Islamic State militants, which killed 41 people
and wounded 239 at Europe's third-busiest airport, but increased vigilance
appeared to have resulted in at least one airport disruption. A terminal at
John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York was briefly evacuated on
Wednesday morning while police investigated a report of a suspicious package.
The implementation of stricter security measures will likely increase travel
time this weekend, air security experts said, even as the Transportation
Security Administration continues to struggle amid personnel shortages.
The security measures are not limited to airports. New York City Police
Commissioner William Bratton told reporters on Wednesday that there will be more
officers, including a counterterrorism unit, present at the city's July 4th
Winn-Dixie pledges all July 4 profits to veterans and families
Customers of Winn-Dixie can help military families by shopping on the Fourth of
July. Southeastern Grocers, the parent company and home of BI-LO, Harveys, and
Winn-Dixie has pledged 100 percent of its profit generated on the Fourth of July
to the Hope For The Warriors. The national nonprofit is dedicated to restoring a
sense of self, family and hope for veterans, service members and military
Can New Technologies Thwart Counterfeiters?
For years, luxury brands have used serial numbers and holograms to identify
genuine products. But newer technologies, such as RFID and NFC chips or QR
codes, which can be embedded into products and contain electronically stored
information that can be read by devices such as mobile phones, have helped
digitise the authentication process. Consumers can now register a product using
a brand's online authentication platform or mobile app. If the product is a
fake, both the customer and the brand will be alerted.
The Latest Credit Card Innovation: Disposable Numbers
There's one major topic driving the conversations in payments: fraud. More
specifically, credit card fraud. And that's why one company is after innovating
the market by putting its own twist on how credit card numbers are thought of by
making them disposable. This is part of the tech by a startup called Final,
which this week started shipping its Visa-branded consumer credit card product
with that feature. What's more than just disposable credit card numbers is that
those card numbers only apply to a single transaction and a single merchant.
NLRB Judge Slams T-Mobile For Alleged Anti-Union Practices
The National Labor Relations Board ruled Tuesday that a T-Mobile call center in
Wichita, Kansas, violated federal labor law by enforcing numerous rules,
including policies restricting mass emails or social media use, in an effort to
hinder employees' from organizing.
The violations included illegal prohibitions against sending mass emails,
restrictive social media rules and telling employees that they could not discuss
a union in working areas despite permitting discussions of other topics in those
areas, according to the ruling. Other violations included telling employees the
company was implementing a seating chart designed to isolate union supporters
and trying to dissuade them from supporting a union by threatening them with
loss of corporate awards, the ruling said.
Teamsters Vow More Organizing at Sysco, US Foods
Delegates to the International Brotherhood of Teamsters convention June 28
approved a pair of resolutions calling for continued organizing of port truck
drivers and the warehousing industry, including at Sysco Corp. and US Foods, two
of the nation's largest food wholesalers.
Nordstrom to integrate Trunk Club ops, cut jobs
Nordstrom Inc. plans to more closely align operations of its omnichannel Trunk
Club business with the rest of the enterprise. The luxury retailer plans to
close the dedicated Trunk Club fulfillment center located on Goose Island in
Chicago, impacting about 250 full- and part-time employees. With the closure,
Trunk Club will integrate its operations into the Nordstrom network of
fulfillment and distribution centers located across the U.S.
Walmart donates $250,000 towards West Virginia Flood Relief Efforts
Belk CEO retires; CEO of Hot Topic to take over
Visa, MasterCard antitrust settlement with merchants is voided
NRF Publishes STORES' Top Retailers 2016 List
Same Store Sales Results
Pier 1 Imports Q1 comp's down 2.5%, net sales down 4.2%
Basset Furniture Q2 comp's down 3.6%, net sales down 3.1%
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Chip-and-Pin Debate Heats Up
Why Visa Says Walmart Is Acting in 'Bad Faith'
A few weeks after Walmart sued Visa over whether to let customers authorize a
debit card transaction with a signature, the payment company shot back at the
retailer in a court filing, accusing it of "bad faith" and saying Walmart had
surreptitiously set up its payment terminals in stores to only take PINs.
Visa said in a counterclaim filed Wednesday in New York State court in Manhattan
that Walmart had violated the terms of their contract, which it said required
the retailer to give customers the choice of using a signature to validate
debit-card transactions. "We believe that Walmart is acting in bad faith and
never intended to honor its obligation under the agreement," a Visa spokeswoman
told Fortune in an e-mailed statement on Wednesday. The payments company said
customers have complained they could no longer use debit cards at Walmart
without a PIN.
In its lawsuit filed May 10, Walmart had said that Visa was trying to impose
a "fraud-prone" practice on it. On Wednesday, a Walmart spokesman told
Fortune in a statement in response to Visa's counterclaims: "PIN debit is the
only truly secure form of cardholder verification in the marketplace today."
A Storm Brews: Retailers Push Back Against Payment Card Industry Data Security
As businesses and financial institutions grapple with data security in the wake
of high profile breaches, tensions between retailers and the credit card
industry over the creation and implementation of security standards appear to be
growing. The disagreements between these two groups manifested themselves on
June 2, when the National Retail Federation ("NRF") announced that it sent a
nineteen-page white paper to the Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") encouraging it
to investigate the Payment Card Industry Security
Standards Council ("PCI") for
potential antitrust violations. PCI, an organization formed by major credit card
companies in 2006, promulgates Data Security Standards ("DSS") for merchants and
service providers to follow for credit and debit card transactions. The NRF's
white paper attacks both the PCI DSS as well as the PCI and its standards more
generally, arguing that PCI is acting collusively and that the PCI DSS should
not be adopted as a government standard. The white paper comes after the FTC
announced in March that it had issued orders to nine major companies requiring
them to detail their compliance with the PCI DSS.
Hard Rock hotel-casino announces 2nd security breach in past year
For the second time in about a year, the Hard Rock hotel-casino's card payment
system has been breached. The casino says customers' names, card numbers and
verification codes were exposed. The breach affects cards used at the hotel
between last October and this March.
Hard Rock released a statement on the breach, saying: "On May 13, 2016, [our]
investigation identified signs of unauthorized access to the resort's payment
card environment. Further investigation revealed the presence of card
scraping malware that was designed to target payment card data as the data was
routed through the resort's payment card system
Noodles & Co restaurant chain reports potential data breach
The Colorado-based noodle and pasta chain announced Tuesday (June 28) that it
was officially delivering notice to customers of a potential breach of diners'
payment information. Though no location was specified, Noodles & Co said that
consumers who made a payment at any store between January 31, 2016 and June 2,
2016 may be affected.
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2016 National Retail Security Survey,
developed by Dr. Richard Hollinger of the University of Florida, in partnership
with the National Retail Federation.
The D&D Daily's 2016 NRSS Review
Part 2: Inventory Shrinkage
As A Percentage of Sales
|Overall Inventory Shrink As A
Percentage of Sales
Those reporting the highest levels of shrink - 2% or greater
- increased from 17.1% in 2014 to 18.9% in 2015. At the opposite end
of the spectrum, those reporting shrink of less than 1 percent also
grew, from 34.2% to 40.5%.
The grocery sector, long one of the most troublesome areas of
shrink, saw its averages increase from 3.2% in 2014 to 3.6% in 2015.
And the problem is only growing; five out of seven grocery
respondents saw an increase in 2015.
Specialty men's and women's apparel was slightly below the
overall group in terms of a percentage of sales, with 1.2%. But six
out of 17 respondents in this category reported an increase. The
same number reported the results were flat compared to 2014.
Discount, mass merchandise or super center retailers were
slightly below the overall average, with 1.1%. Three out of five
respondents in this category say 2015 brought an increase.
Average of 1.38%
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Nowadays, companies aren't just
worried about keeping up with the Joneses. Instead, they also have to worry
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advantage of them and their customers.
The June Digital Identity
Tracker features an interview with Brandon Krieg, co-founder and president
of StashInvest, an app that lets users invest in ETFs or stocks for as
little as $5, about the importance of security to Stash and why companies
need to be ever-vigilant in fighting fraud.
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"One of the things that I think is really important to
this business from a security perspective is first knowing who our clients
are, and trying to root out fraud before it happens to us," Krieg said. He
added, "I don't think anyone will ever sit there and tell you that they're 100
percent secure, because you can never stop."
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while his company and most other digital companies are concerned with many
different facets of security, knowing who each of the company's roughly
80,000 clients are - and making sure that they're not posing as someone else
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Simplify Commerce, a versatile, secure and simple cloud-based payments
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Through this collaboration, Microsoft Dynamics customers will have one
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activity moves ahead of in-store retail action
Americans are buying more items online and more than half, 51 percent,
prefer ecommerce to brick-and-mortar shopping, according to a new
BigCommerce report. Not only are consumers more active online but they're
buying more online, with a 15 percent spike in the first quarter of 2016,
compared to a year ago.
Riverside, CA: Plea deal
in Ralphs Distribution Center theft; |
ordered to pay $56,000 in
A Colton man who joined two
friends in stealing goods from a Ralphs distribution center in Riverside and
selling them on the Internet pleaded guilty today to theft and was
immediately sentenced to three years probation. Just as his trial was about
to begin, Charles Jeffrey Cherry reached a plea agreement with the Riverside
County District Attorney's Office, admitting a misdemeanor theft charge. In
exchange, prosecutors dropped felony charges of grand theft and conspiracy.
According to Riverside police, the Ralphs grocery chain initiated an
internal investigation in June 2014 after documenting instances in which
food and other goods had been removed from the company's Riverside
distribution center. The men used an Internet portal to sell products, at
one point racking up $80,000 in sales, investigators said.
Youngstown, OH: Men's
Wearhouse Manager charged with $30,000 Grand Theft
A store official contacted police after an investigation reportedly found
Samuel Strine, 30, of Youngstown, had taken about $30,000 from the store the
past two years. The store's Loss Prevention Manager, Dion Spencer, conducted
the investigation after discovering Strine reportedly making fraudulent
transactions through large return amounts made to the store, some made after
Falls, ID: Home Depot employee busted in $3,000 for theft of cash and
Richi T. Rojas, 21, was arranged in court
Wednesday after have been served a warrant on Thursday. On Oct. 10, a Twin
Falls Police officer was dispatch to Home Depot for a reported theft. The
store's system had flagged suspicious transactions. The store's loss
prevention personnel located surveillance footage and instances were
transaction information had allegedly been falsified by Rojas. Loss
Prevention personnel interviewed Rojas, he admitted to stealing more than
$3,000 in cash and merchandise, by means of returning products for cash or
Mount Airy, MD: Maryland
couple arrested for $1,000 Cooper Wire theft from Ace Hardware
A man and woman are being held on $50,000 bond after they were arrested in
connection with a series of store thefts. Angela Marie King and Thomas Leo
Hurley Jr., 35 were charged Wednesday with one count of conspiracy of theft
scheme between $1,000 and $10,000. Between the two visits to the store, King
stole nine rolls of copper wire with a total value of $863.44 and two rolls
of bare copper with a total value of $389.98.
Lexington Park, MD: Two charged with theft over
$1000 at Kohl's
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Shootings & Deaths
NY: One killed, one injured in crash following a CVS shoplifting incident
Just 11 minutes after a CVS Pharmacy employee first noticed something
suspicious - an apparent shoplifting in progress - the two subjects of that
suspicion ended a high-speed, two-county car chase in a violent crash a
little more than 11 miles away. One was dead, and the other was seriously
injured. The rapid-fire events were triggered shortly before 11 a.m.
Wednesday by an alleged larceny at Farmington's CVS Pharmacy on Route 332.
The suspect vehicle's speed accelerated to a point that the deputy,
following departmental protocols, backed off on the chase.
GA: Police review surveillance video after mother shot near Lenox Square
A mother was in the hospital early Thursday after police say she was
shot Wednesday evening while leaving Lenox Square with her boyfriend. Now,
authorities are reviewing security video to find the two people responsible
for the shooting. The woman, who was visiting Atlanta from South Carolina,
was shot in the stomach as she, her 2-year-old child and boyfriend were
leaving the mall Wednesday evening. Police said the one person played
lookout while the gunman inside the car demanded money and jewelry just
purchased at Forever Diamonds.
Luzerne County, PA: Man
found stabbed to death behind a Kmart store
The victim, Kurt Robert Swan, died as a result of multiple stab wounds. The
body was discovered Sunday evening in Edwardsville Borough behind the Kmart
shopping plaza by a passer-by.
Sapulpa, OK: Shooting victim found
behind Warehouse Market Grocery
Robberies & Thefts
San Diego, CA: Two Verizon Wireless stores Robbed at gunpoint in two days
Officers were able to dust for prints and they believe the description
of one of the suspects matches one of the gunman from Monday night's Verizon
robbery. According to police, $30,000 worth of cellphones was stolen. Police
have not released surveillance video, but believe the violence could
escalate if the crew is not stopped.
Northampton County, PA:
Pa. wine and spirits store theft was 'inside job'
It appeared to be a burglary, noticed when the state-employed staff of a
Wine and Spirits shop reported for work on a Monday morning. Missing was
$4,200 in cash. But upon further investigation by Lower Saucon Township
Police, the months' old case appears to be an inside job, allegedly pulled
off by the state store's manager.
KY: Police arrests Richmond man for impersonating police officer, Walmart
A man dressed like a police officer
caught the attention of Walmart employees last week and a closer look
revealed that what he was wearing was actually just a costume - one that
landed the man in jail. A Loss Prevention employee at the Stanford Walmart
called to inform authorities that Hacker was inside the store on June 21,
but it wasn't the first time he had been seen "acting suspiciously." Hacker,
who identified himself as "drug task force" was seen before in the store on
June 18 by a loss prevention employee. The Richmond man was said to be
dressed as a police officer wearing a firearm, badge and handcuffs - all of
which were later determined to be plastic toys.
Bloomingburg, OH: Ohio
Fireworks store burglarized; $40,000 worth of merchandise stolen
Suspects cut through a fence to gain access to the
property and then cut through a semi-trailer used to store the fireworks.
The firm is offering a reward for information leading to the suspects.
Similar thefts have been reported in Pennsylvania and Florida and an attempt
was made at the Chillicothe, OH Fireworks store.
MO: Angry customers pull pregnant Wendy's manager through drive-through
Customers at a Wendy's in
Independence, Missouri attacked a pregnant employee at the drive-thru window
Sunday afternoon. Security video, released by police on Tuesday shows the
inside of the fast food restaurant, where Victoria Repine, 19, appeared to
be dragged partially out of the window during an altercation with a customer
over straws, before a coworker kept her inside. Repine can then be seen
climbing out of the window.
Columbus, OH: Serial
robber wanted in eight Columbus-area Armed Robberies
in 6 hours
Columbus police announced Wednesday that they're looking for one man
accused of robbing eight Columbus-area businesses within six hours, from
late Tuesday into Wednesday morning.
Panama City, FL: 3
arrested in one afternoon at Bay Goodwill location
In response to stores' reports of theft, Goodwill's regional office in
Tallahassee recently began placing loss prevention agents in random stores
at random times. When the agents spot shoplifting, they call in the Panama
City Police Department. Charles Tullos, manager of the 23rd Street location,
said despite Goodwill's reputation as a charitable corporation, the rules
are still the same.
UK: London: Jewelry store raid sees attackers
hit Good Samaritan with a hammer
young thieves on a moped rode up to a pop-up shop in Clerkenwell Green and
the pillion passenger ran inside wielding a hammer. The raider, who was
wearing a helmet, fled with a bag full of jewelry and into the path of
passer-by Andrew Sharp, 47, who tried to stop him. Mr Sharp grabbed the bag
but was hit on the shoulder with the hammer during the raid.
Sydney, AU: Police hunt thieves who robbed
Montblanc store; $80,000
managed to get away with $80,000 worth of luxury watches and an undisclosed
sum of cash in a "well-planned and well-executed" heist in the heart of
Sydney's CBD. The men got away with eight Montblanc watches, worth more than
$80,000, and cash.
Shanghai Police bust phone-stealing
gang, recovering 928 phones stolen at Metro, railway stations
Kay's Outlet in the Fashion
Outlets, Primm, NV reported a Grab & Run on 6/29, merchandise valued at
Pagoda in the Vancouver Mall, Vancouver, WA reported a Burglary on 6/28,
estimated 50 pieces of merchandise stolen
Atlanta, GA: Sweetwater Brewing Co. Semi- truck
recovered; 78,529 bottles of beer to be destroyed
Every single bottle will have to be destroyed because SweetWater can't
guarantee what happened to the cases of beer once it left the Atlanta dock,
a brewery spokeswoman said. Last week, nearly 3,300 cases on two trailers
were stolen from SweetWater, wiping out a five-to-seven day supply of local
brews with a retail value of about $90,000.
WY: 6 accused in $10,000 McDonald's Gift/Credit Card fraud in Colorado and
Six men and women face federal
charges of using counterfeit credit cards to defraud Wyoming and Colorado
fast-food restaurants. The six, who are all from New York, are charged with
conspiracy to commit access device fraud. Federal court documents accuse
them of using counterfeit credit cards to purchase gift cards. According to
the documents, officials with the McDonald's Corp. say more than $10,000 in
gift cards were purchased from restaurants in the Denver, Wellington,
Loveland and Fort Collins areas with fake credit cards. The six were
arrested after police were called by the McDonald's in Laramie on June 15.
Authorities say they have confiscated more than 1,000 gift cards, a credit
card reader and a machine used for printing credit cards.
Durban, South Africa: THE Hawks, (Priority
Crime Investigation Unit) has closed down a factory making counterfeit
clothing in Durban
said the team had received a complaint from a Nike brand holder about street
vendors who were selling the brand on the street. The Hawks members pursued
the information that led them to a building, a search warrant was obtained
and an operation was conducted on Tuesday. Nike brand protection manager was
at the scene to identify the brand. Counterfeit clothing, with Nike‚ Puma‚
Vans‚ Levis‚ Adidas and Roxy branding and valued at about $60,000, was
Aarons Rentals - Council Bluffs, IA - Burglary
AutoZone - Port St Lucie, FL - Armed Robbery
BP - Columbus, OH - Armed Robbery
C-Store - Bernal Heights, CA - Armed Robbery
Chuck E. Cheese - Lexington, KY - Armed Robbery
Dollar General - Lexington, KY - Armed Robbery
Dollar Tree - Bowling Green , KY - Burglary
Fred's - Opp, AL - Arson
Jewell Street C- store - Garfield, NJ - Armed
K&K Discount Liquors - Pittsfield, MA - Armed
Little's Jewelers - Jackson, TN - Burglary
Marathon - Chattanooga, TN - Armed Robbery/
Shooting/ customer shoots suspect
Phantom Fireworks - Bloomingburg, OH - Burglary
Raising Cane - Kenner, LA - Armed Robbery/ Clerk
Richdale C-store - Marblehead, MA - Burglary
Save and Smile - San Antonio, TX - Armed Robbery
Saybrook C-store - Old Saybrook, MI - Burglary
Smoker's Point - Salt Lake City, UT - Armed Robbery
Speedway - Prairie Township, OH - Armed Robbery
Speedway - Columbus, OH - Armed Robbery
Valero - Austin, TX - Armed Robbery
Warehouse Market Grocery - Sapulpa, OK - Shooting/
7-Eleven - Portsmouth, VA - Robbery
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