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 September 22, 2014


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Juan Ospina, CFI was promoted to Senior Regional Loss Prevention Manager - US for Michael Kors.  All of the US district and regional LP managers will report to Juan in this new role. He has been with Michael Kors for over two years, starting as a Regional Loss Prevention Manager, and has helped the department to grow and develop. Before joining the Michael Kors team, Juan was the District Manager of Asset Protection for Polo Ralph Lauren, Regional Loss Prevention Manager for New York & Company, Asset Protection Manager for Circuit City, Regional Investigator for Ann Taylor and Loss Prevention Manager for Nordstrom. Congratulations Juan!

World's 2nd largest retailer - Tesco - investigating huge accounting error - Four senior execs suspended after overstating profit by $409 million  U.K. supermarket chain Tesco has suspended four senior executives and called in outside auditors and legal counsel to investigate a 250 million pound ($408.8 million) overstatement of the retailer's forecast first-half profit. Tesco's newly installed chief executive, Dave Lewis, said on Monday that the company has uncovered a "serious" accounting issue. The issue involved the early booking of commercial income and delayed booking of costs, the company said, triggering a third profit warning in three months. Tesco, which has done a preliminary investigation into its U.K. food business, said it hasn't ruled out illegal activity but would wait until the results of the investigation are known. Mr. Lewis said he became aware of the accounting issue on Friday when an "informed" employee went to the company's general counsel. (Source wsj.com)

Sheplers alerts customers concerning data breach
Frisco, TX-based Sheplers, a multi-channel western-wear retailer, has determined that their payment systems suffered a security breach in which hackers gained access to their systems and some of their customers' payment card information was exposed. With the assistance of a leading computer security firm, Sheplers is continuing the investigation into the incident, and are cooperating with law enforcement in their efforts to find the criminals responsible. Although the investigation continues, at the present time, the company believes it is safe to use payment cards at Sheplers. The information to date indicates that the breach potentially impacts customers who used payment cards at Sheplers' retail locations between June 11, 2014, and September 4, 2014. At this time, they do not believe that this incident affected their online webstore. (Source gsnmagazine.com)

Report: Sears needs $4 billion to avoid 2016 collapse - CEO's $400-million loan isn't enough 
A $400 million loan Eddie Lampert, the CEO and largest shareholder of Sears Holdings Corp., is making to Sears this month reportedly is only enough to last the struggling retailer for three months. According to Bloomberg, global ratings agency Fitch Ratings is projecting that Sears will need $4 billion in capital to avoid running out of cash altogether in 2016. Sears had negative free cash flow of $1.5 billion in 2013 and had enough cash on hand to last about seven more months prior to Lampert's loan. According to a Bloomberg research note, Sears may need to sell additional debt, continue asset divestitures or both if it wants to reduce costs while also building its brands. (Source chainstoreage.com)

Court overturns $1-million RadioShack receipt settlement
A class-action settlement RadioShack Corp. reached with consumers that offered them $10 vouchers as compensation for printing their credit and debit card expiration dates on receipts has reportedly been overturned by the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago. According to Reuters, a panel of three federal judges said the total $1 million settlement is too small considering the amount of legal fees that must be paid. The judges also said that the possibility of RadioShack going bankrupt, which would prevent plaintiffs from collecting anything, may have hastened them into accepting an unfair settlement while the company is open. In addition, the judges said many vouchers may never be redeemed, further reducing the settlement's value. (Source chainstoreage.com)

Ultrasonic CEO resurfaces in China, denies taking off with retailer's cash - "Whole matter is a misunderstanding" 
The missing chief executive of embattled German-listed Chinese shoe maker Ultrasonic AG has resurfaced in China to deny absconding with millions of dollars of company money, telling local media he had been travelling and lost his phone. CEO Wu Qingyong, who was dismissed last week after his abrupt disappearance, separately told an Ultrasonic executive he would return to the company and give back any funds, the firm said in a statement on Monday. It added, however, that its supervisory board had been unable to contact Wu directly. In a video interview with Chinese news outlet Sina, posted late on Sunday, Wu said the whole matter was a misunderstanding and that he had simply been on holiday with his grandson and had lost his mobile phone. "Rumours say that I took more than a billion (yuan). This is pure rumour. No such thing has happened. The company's financial situation remains normal," Wu said. (Source reuters.com)

Research reveals growing concern about fraud threat to multichannel and online retailers  A new Transactis-Retail Knowledge survey of leading loss prevention professionals shows that 88% see retailers placing a greater focus on fraudulent goods lost in transit (GLIT) claims than they were two years ago, and the same proportion view returns fraud as a similar or greater risk. The research also indicates that lost deliveries and returns fraud is no isolated problem: 81% of the experts surveyed see a correlation between GLIT and other types of loss, while 94% see a link between any opportunist fraud and other types of fraudulent activity. (Source realwire.com)

Checkpoint Systems Implements RFID at Inditex Distribution Centers 
Checkpoint Systems, Inc., a leading global supplier of merchandise availability solutions for the retail industry, has been selected by the Inditex Group to implement Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology into its distribution centers. Inditex's RFID implementation project was recently unveiled by Chairman and CEO Pablo Isla at the company's Annual General Meeting. Checkpoint provides the massive item-level encoding solution of RFID labels at Inditex distribution centers for garments in boxes, pallets and hanging items at a speed in line with Inditex's logistics needs. Checkpoint's solution also enables Inditex to automate the sending of garments from the distribution centers to the stores, avoiding any possible packing mistakes in quantity, model, size or color. (Source businesswire.com)

The Case for Digital Watermarking - A new product identifier
Digital watermarking allows the same data as a traditional UPC bar code, as well as additional information, to be embedded in a product's package label. This data is invisible to the human eye and can be replicated many times on all surfaces of the package. Digital watermarks can be printed without special equipment, meaning virtually all current package label printers can reproduce them. The embedded digital bar code data is easily detected by smartphone cameras and some imaging-based bar code scanners using the appropriate decoding software. Loss prevention is also improved with invisible bar codes because, unlike traditional printed bar codes, they can't be seen or reproduced - making it impossible for criminals to print bar codes of cheaper items and apply them to more expensive items in the store. Brand authentication against counterfeits can also be enabled. (Source nrf.com)

'As economy weakens, shoplifting soars' - Column by Police Captain on psychology behind retail crime 
Why do so many give in to the temptation of trying to get 'something for nothing?' Some experts believe that a majority of shoplifters choose to believe that it is a victimless crime. There is a segment of the population that wrongly believes that because many large retailers work a certain amount of acceptable loss through shoplifting into their yearly budgets that these losses are "covered" and they aren't hurting anyone. Some believe that these large companies take advantage of the general public and they are just "taking a little back" in retaliation. In fact, the larger the losses these companies experience, the higher the retail prices climb while they are forced to scale back on the workforce they employ. The fewer employees that a store can afford to have manning the floors means that many fewer pairs of eyes watching for incidents of shoplifting; and the vicious cycle continues. On top of those consequences, shoplifting overburdens the police who have to deal with these issues, and puts a strain on the court systems and our jails. It is estimated that these offenders are caught only once out of every 48 times they shoplift, and even then they are turned over to the police only around 50% of the time. (Source romeobserver.com)

September is National Preparedness Month - Ways retailers can get involved
Retail loss prevention teams work diligently throughout the year to prepare their employees for all kinds of disasters. They have a sharp focus on implementing emergency plans to keep employees and customers safe, possible opportunities for giving back to communities after disaster strikes and proper procedures to open doors for business at the right time. Disaster preparedness is a year-round effort, but September is an important opportunity to engage with FEMA during its "Be Disaster Aware, Take Action to Prepare" initiative throughout National Preparedness Month. (Source nrf.com)

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In this national update on ORC, hear from five of the leading experts on this growing threat to the LP industry and the latest efforts to combat it. Denny Dansak, Sr. Corp. Mgr. ORC, The Kroger Co.; Nelson Harrah, Dir. of ORC, Gap Inc.; Tony Sheppard, National Mgr., ORC Unit, CVS Caremark; Debra Lussier, Sr. Mgr., Investigations, The Home Depot; and Scott Sanford, Dir. of Investigations & Training, Barnes & Noble Inc., discuss the link between online fraud and brick-and-mortar crimes, the impact of state ORC laws, and the mounting national effort of ORC associations that are helping to bridge the gap.

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In this LPNN Quick Take, Amber Virgillo, Ed Wolfe, VP Business Development for WG Security Products, and Mike Liberatore, Sr. Director, Administration, Asset Protection for Hudson's Bay Corp., discuss Mike's session at the NRF show. He explains the tabletop exercise they performed including the fictitious situation at a mall and how they involved the audience step-by-step. The main takeaway from the session was to have an active-shooter protocol in place.

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More mobile devices mean more opportunities for fraud
As more consumers and employees use their smartphones and tablets, the risk of fraud stemming from those devices increase for small- and medium-sized businesses, warns a new report from Javelin Strategy & Research. Its "SMB Payments Fraud Report" offers a wide-ranging view of fraud threats faced not only by businesses but also financial institutions, which are advised not to include links in their e-mails to customers lest consumers be duped by criminals sending similar messages in attempts to steal identifying details. The report states that 2% of "micro and small business"—those with between $100,000 and $10 million in annual revenue—have experienced payment fraud via mobile devices within the past year. The Javelin report talks up the potential of biometrics to reduce the risk of mobile fraud. (Source internetretailer.com)

BlackBerry Expands E-Payments On Heels Of Apple Pay
Joining the chorus of other mobile e-payment debuts, BlackBerry Limited said it is expanding its mobile payment options for users of its messenger service BBM, which includes a new version of e-wallet BBM Money and integration with global airtime remittance company TransferTo. BBM Money will now be available on Android and iOS and can be used at participating retail locations and e-commerce sites. The service was first introduced early last year exclusively to BlackBerry users. TransferTo allows users to send airtime, i.e. prepaid mobile credit, via BBM to other users in over 100 countries. (Source investors.com)

e-Commerce giant Alibaba debuts with biggest IPO in Wall Street history

Amazon outbids Google for '.buy' domain name, paying $4.6 billion

Amazon workers in Germany go on strike over pay

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8th Annual New England Organized Retail Crime Symposium and Trade Show - DCU Center Worcester, MA, September 18, 2014

Recap by Kevin M Plante, LPC
Chairman of the Retailers Association of MA loss prevention committee

Our next speaker was Jay Bartholomew, Unit Chief for the Major Theft Investigations Unit at the FBI in Washington, DC. Bartholomew talked about the ties ORC has to other major issues such as narcotics and terrorism, but also stressed the importance of partnering and continued training on the subject. He also put into perspective when to consider using federal law enforcement for help as opposed to local or state level law enforcement and reviewed some of the US code violations that could be used to prosecute someone as part of a larger criminal enterprise. He also warned of the shift states are taking to raise felony levels and shifts federal law enforcement is taking on priorities for investigation.
Next, Kevin Plante parlayed a brief update on the state of NEORCA, the New England Organized Retail Crime Alliance, which was launched at last year's event. Plante talked about some of the enhancements being made to the site and how all New England states are involved in the sharing of information not only at retailer level, but at law enforcement level. If you work as a retail loss prevention professional or a law enforcement officer in New England or near New England, it is strongly recommended that you get a FREE membership to NEORCA by visiting www.neorca.org.

Next, Brendan Fitzgerald presented the NE ORC Symposium and Trade Show annual awards. They were:

Law Enforcement Officers of the Year – Peabody, MA law enforcement representatives Detective Ralph Scopa and Officer John Nelson for their long history of investigating and solving major ORC crimes on the North Shore of Massachusetts.

Loss Prevention Person of the Year – CVS Health ORC Manager Stefanie Mangiante for her work in and around New England closing some very substantial cases that involved multiple jurisdictions and multiple retailers.

2014 Case of the Year – Tilton, NH police department, led by Chief Robert Cormier, for investigating and arresting a crew of people from PA / OH on counterfeiting charges. This group was passing counterfeit checks and using stolen identities. Those suspects were also involved in a payroll check cashier scheme valued at more than $250K. At the time of apprehension, the suspects also had hundreds of unused stolen identifications in their possession. This likely saved countless people the aggravation of having their stolen identities used for fraud purposes.

Spanish Judge Indicts 9 Persons for Cyber Fraud, theft of $45 Million
A Spanish judge charged nine people with fraud Sunday for allegedly participating in the theft of $45 million after a massive hacking of a bank's card payments system. Judge Eloy Velasco of Spain's National Court said the suspects include seven Romanians and two Spaniards, who allegedly fraudulently extracted money from ATM's in February 2013. The judge said there was evidence the suspects belonged to an international criminal organization that also laundered money and took part in credit card fraud. Velasco said the cash extractions were perpetrated on a global scale and are linked to eight hackers in the United States who penetrated the security system of a company that handled an Omani bank's card payments operations. Access code numbers were distributed by the hackers to cyber thieves around the world who made 34,000 cash extractions in 23 countries within a space of 13 hours, the court statement said. Authorities in the United States calculated that $45 million were stolen, making it one of the biggest heists in the 20th century. (Source abcnews.go.com)

Federal Authorities Charge Man In Philadelphia Area Theft Ring
Federal authorities have charged a man with being part of a theft ring that preyed on people who left wallets and purses in their cars at parks, gyms and ball fields all over the Philadelphia area. The US Attorney's office has charged 25-year-old Kyle Jones with conspiracy and bank fraud. They say he and unidentified co-conspirators stole licenses, check books, debit and credit cards from the unsuspecting victims, mostly women, and then used the stolen IDs to cash stolen checks at TD banks in Bucks County, South Jersey and Delaware. All told, prosecutors say, the group stole $120,000. The federal information in which Jones is charged details a well-organized system. Jones and accomplices allegedly cashed the checks at drive-through windows, in rented cars with fake or obscured license plates. The information makes clear that Jones was not the ringleader, but was paid for his work. (Source cbslocal.com)

Interpol op nets $50 Million fake goods across Asia  Operation Real was conducted by police and customs agencies across 10 countries – Cambodia, China, Fiji, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Philippines, South Korea, Thailand and Vietnam. The operation resulted in the seizure of nearly one million fake or illicit products, including alcohol, cigarettes, cosmetics, clothing and electrical goods, Interpol said in a statement today. More than 660 individuals have been arrested or placed under investigation. An organized criminal group operating a factory producing fake cosmetics and packaging was dismantled in China, where 589 individuals were arrested and US$37 million in illicit goods were recovered. The fake cosmetics were found to contain high levels of mercury, which can be toxic to humans. A factory and logistics chain for distributing illicit cigarettes was also demolished. In Vietnam, some 690 counterfeit items were seized from street hawkers and retail shops, including more than US$3 million worth of illicit electronics. Authorities in Hong Kong discovered false compartments in container trucks, leading to the discovery of more than 600 smuggled electronic products. In South Korea, raids at retail shops, market stalls, checkpoints led to the seizure of some 500,000 counterfeit clothing items. (Source themalaysianinsider.com)

Ex-NBA Star Rex Chapman Arrested For Shoplifting $14k From Apple Store  Retired NBA star Rex Chapman has been arrested and accused of stealing $14,000 worth of Apple products from a Scottsdale, Arizona Apple store. Chapman, whose professional career began in 1988 with the Charlotte Hornets and was followed by stints with the Miami Heat and the Washington Bullets, reportedly picked up the merchandise in the store and attempted to make it look like he was paying for them via self-checkout. Scottsdale police representative Sgt. Mark Clark says that Rex proceeded to leave the store with the items and took them to a local pawn shop, where he sold them for cash. Chapman allegedly stole the items over the course of seven different trips to the store. (Source inquisitr.com)

Trio stuffed suitcases, duffel bags with stolen Sawgrass Mills goods in Sunrise FL  They had a taste for fashion, went only to designer stores, and never paid for the merchandise they selected, Sunrise police said. A trio of ex-convicts with long histories of thefts is accused of stealing nearly $40,000 in merchandise from the Sawgrass Mills mall. Carlos Enrique Taramona, 44, and Samantha Jesus, 24, are accused of methodically shoplifting from several stores in the mall, according to arrest reports. (Source sun-sentinel.com)

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Suffolk, VA Furniture store owner shot dead
The owner of Carter's Furniture Inc. in Suffolk was found dead early Monday morning. Diana Klink, spokeswoman for the City of Suffolk, said police responded to a call of a shooting in the 200 block of East Washington Street, near Franklin Street, shortly after 1 a.m. Klink said officers found 82-year-old Donald Carter with a gunshot wound to his lower body. Carter was unresponsive at the scene and Suffolk Fire & Rescue personnel transported him to Sentara Obici Hospital where he was pronounced dead a short time later. (Source wavy.com)

Savannah, GA Police arrest 1 suspect and search for 2 after shooting near Savannah Centre  A man remains in critical condition after a shooting on Savannah's southside on Saturday. Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department officers are looking for two suspects involved in a shooting that happened around 4 p.m. on Saturday near the 200 block of Stephenson Avenue according to SCMPD spokesman Julian Miller. The suspects involved in the incident left the scene in a Blue Ford Expedition but stopped and left the vehicle fleeing on foot near the Savannah Centre where TJ Maxx and Toys "R" Us are located. (Source wtoc.com)

Shooting outside a Target store in Sandy Springs, GA leaves 1 person injured  One man is in stable condition at Grady Memorial Hospital after being shot in both the back and the arm outside a Target store Sunday night. The shooting took place just after 6 p.m. in the parking lot outside the store at The Prado shopping center in the 5600 block of Roswell Road. Monday morning, Sandy Springs Police identified the victim as 27-year-old Mario Ross. Police spokesperson Forrest Bohannon said investigators believe robbery was the motive for the shooting. (Source 11alive.com)

Walmart Loss Prevention Associate stabbed during a stop in Birmingham  Birmingham Police responded to a stabbing at a Wal-mart on Parkway East in the Roebuck area on Friday. Lt. Scott Thurmond says Wal-mart loss prevention detained an adult male shoplifter. He says the accused shoplifter stabbed a loss prevention employee in the shoulder with a pair of scissors. Authorities say the victim sought treatment at a local hospital. Police say the other loss prevention employees were able to detain the suspect until police arrived. (Source myfoxal.com)

Gang robs security guard outside Berlin, Germany
Apple shop Police are hunting for a gang that robbed a security guard as he was picking up cash from Germany's biggest Apple's store. Berlin police spokesman Rene Rodemann says three masked men threatened the guard with a firearm Saturday and forced him to hand over a cash container before escaping in a dark sedan. (Source wtvq.com)

Chicago Police investigate another high-end store smash-and-grab robbery
Chicago police are investigating a robbery at a high-end store in the Old Town neighborhood. The security alarm went off at Luxury Garage Sale just after 5 a.m. Monday. Police arrived to find a front window knocked out, glass on the ground and a purse from the store on the sidewalk. Owners are still trying to figure out all that was taken. (Source wgntv.com)

Two Teens Arrested Following Robbery at Calallen, TX Walmart
Two teenagers are in jail after they tried to rob a Wal-mart store in Calallen. According to police, the two teens we're allegedly stealing merchandise just after midnight when they were stopped by an employee. Police say both suspected thieves threatened to stab and shoot the worker. Police were called and when the officer showed up, he spotted a green Expedition leaving the store. He stopped the truck and inside the vehicle, the officer found the stolen merchandise along with a 16-year-old female, who police say had a knife. Police also arrested 17-year old Armando Sanchez. Inside the vehicle, police also found 45 caliber hand gun. The teens were both arrested and now face aggravated robbery charges. (Source kiiitv.com)

Charleston Police investigating a attempted robbery at a jewelry store in Kanawha City, West Virginia 

Greensboro, NC Police investigating jewelry store robbery

Police seeking 2 in Henderson, NV jewelry store heist

Attempted Roof Top Burglary at Kay Jewelers, Dadeland Mall, Miami, Florida, no merchandise was stolen

Zales in Springfield, IL hit Saturday afternoon with a $37,000 Grab and Run; pair of 2 caret diamond rings stolen

Bethlehem, PA man accused of cutting security tags off Radio Shack merchandise in retail theft scheme

Brothers - Albany, GA - Armed Robbery
CVS - Wilmington, NC - Armed Robbery
CVS - Holbrook, MA - Armed Robbery
CVS - Columbia, SC - Armed Robbery
Dollar General - Polk, Co, FL - Armed Robbery
EZ Mart - Kalamazoo, MI - Armed Robbery - suspect arrested
Family Dollar - Tulsa, OK - Armed Robbery - suspect arrested
Gotta Habit - San Marcos, TX - Armed Robbery/ Shooting - clerk in critical condition
Kaimuki Longs Drugs - Honolulu, HI - Armed Robbery
Petro Canada - Lac La Briche, Edmonton, CA - Armed Robbery
Pride - Springfield, MA - Armed Robbery
Sam's Food - Gardner, MA - Armed Robbery
Toys R US - North Haven, NH - Burglary
Walgreens - Lansing, MI - Armed Robbery



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