One of the current shopping trends is to allow customers to place their orders on line, and then pick up the merchandise in the store. Some of these pick ups are merchandise that comes from the supply chain, while others come from existing store inventory. Either way, security tags on clothes need to be taken into consideration.
Here is where a decision needs to be made regarding the clothing security tags.
Do you remove the clothing security tags immediately, in an effort to expedite the customers wait (a big part of why they shopped on line to begin with)? If so, you run the risk of shoplifting or employee theft of readily accessible items that have the clothing security already removed.
Or, you can leave the Checkpoint tags on, protecting your merchandise from this easy access, and run the risk of irritating the customer who is expecting a smooth and quick pick-up process?
If you have a secured location to keep the merchandise from these orders, then you might want to consider removing the clothing security tags ahead of time. Some stores have access to a locked cage or other secured area to store these orders. This secured area would serve the same purpose as the tags. It provides a way to keep your customers happy while you keep your merchandise secure.
Visit the Loss Prevention Store to purchase Checkpoint Tags, a Clothing Alarm, Clothing Security or Clothing Security Tags to put Security Tags on Clothes and an Electronic Article Surveillance or EAS system.
For more information on Checkpoint tags, clothing security, clothing alarm, or clothing security tags how they can work with your Electronic Article Surveillance or EAS system contact us at security tags on clothes or call 1.866.914.2567