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Looking At The Top 80%- Clothing Security Tags

Clothing security tags play a vital role in mitigating shoplifting by the majority of non- professional shoplifters. There are the shoplifters who steal out of need, or want, not necessarily to make a profit or a living off of the stolen goods.
Because much of the theft reported nation wide comes out of these non professional shoplifters, some retailers have seen upwards of 80% reduction in inventory losses and shrinkage that had previously been caused by shoplifting.
80% seems like it would be an anomaly, one of those reports just to help validate a product or service. Can everyone really see an 80% reduction in theft? Actually yes, yes you can.
Of course, you first of all need to identify where your losses are coming from. Security tags on clothes won’t help you with merchandise that never made it into your store from the vendor. Clothing security doesn’t help you if your inventory losses are coming from damaged products. If your cashiers are not selling the correct item number or SKU, you do not have a theft issue, you have an operational issue.
Clothing security tags are only an effective deterrent against shoplifters, and to a lesser degree, employee theft. They increase the risk of a shoplifter being caught, making it far less attractive for them to steal.
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 

Clothing security tags play a vital role in mitigating shoplifting by the majority of non- professional shoplifters. There are the shoplifters who steal out of need, or want, not necessarily to make a profit or a living off of the stolen goods.

Because much of the theft reported nation wide comes out of these non professional shoplifters, some retailers have seen upwards of 80% reduction in inventory losses and shrinkage that had previously been caused by shoplifting.

80% seems like it would be an anomaly, one of those reports just to help validate a product or service. Can everyone really see an 80% reduction in theft? Actually yes, yes you can.

Of course, you first of all need to identify where your losses are coming from. Security tags on clothes won’t help you with merchandise that never made it into your store from the vendor. Clothing security doesn’t help you if your inventory losses are coming from damaged products. If your cashiers are not selling the correct item number or SKU, you do not have a theft issue, you have an operational issue.

Clothing security tags are only an effective deterrent against shoplifters, and to a lesser degree, employee theft. They increase the risk of a shoplifter being caught, making it far less attractive for them to steal.

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 

 

Posted December 16th, 2014 by Staff Writer and filed in Uncategorized
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Social Media To The Rescue- Clothing Security

Social Media is a great way to market a small business. It is free service that quickly and effectively communicates with and entices potential customers to come shop with them. In some cases, social media can be used as a secondary form of clothing security.
A woman went to a local clothing boutique and stole a dress. Afterwards she wore the dress and posted a selfie with her not only wearing the dress but indicating that it was a new dress.
About the same time, the clothing boutique owner posted onto his social media that a dress had been stolen. He had a picture and a description of the dress that turned out to be a one of a kind, distinctly patterned dress.
Someone saw the posting from the local clothing boutique, and also saw the woman’s posting wearing the same dress and notified local law enforcement. The woman was subsequently arrested and prosecuted for the theft.
Because of the distinct look of the dress, it was easy for the law enforcement to make a positive identification. Had the dress not been as distinct, an arrest may not have happened. It was a lucky break for the clothing boutique owner, since he did not have any other clothing security in place to prevent this from happening.
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 

Social Media is a great way to market a small business. It is free service that quickly and effectively communicates with and entices potential customers to come shop with them. In some cases, social media can be used as a secondary form of clothing security.

A woman went to a local clothing boutique and stole a dress. Afterwards she wore the dress and posted a selfie with her not only wearing the dress but indicating that it was a new dress.

About the same time, the clothing boutique owner posted onto his social media that a dress had been stolen. He had a picture and a description of the dress that turned out to be a one of a kind, distinctly patterned dress.

Someone saw the posting from the local clothing boutique, and also saw the woman’s posting wearing the same dress and notified local law enforcement. The woman was subsequently arrested and prosecuted for the theft.

Because of the distinct look of the dress, it was easy for the law enforcement to make a positive identification. Had the dress not been as distinct, an arrest may not have happened. It was a lucky break for the clothing boutique owner, since he did not have any other clothing security in place to prevent this from happening.

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 

 

Posted December 9th, 2014 by Staff Writer and filed in Uncategorized
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200 Out The Door- Clothing Security

While some criminals feel like they need to develop highly complex and in depth plans to shoplift, steal and defraud a clothing store, it is often the simplest methods that still carry the biggest payoff. Risking a clothing alarm going off may be avoided with the right criminal tools.
A recent example is the theft of over two hundred pairs of underwear from a high-end clothing store. A man walked into the store with a large bag, went to the closest tables he could get to, and pushed as many pairs into the bag. He then ran out of the store. After reviewing the store’s clothing security cameras, it was determined that this man was in and out of the store in less than two minutes.
Eventually the police did catch up to the man, and found the merchandise, along with the bag. It turns out that the bag had a foil lining- designed to thwart the clothing alarm. In most states these kinds of shoplifting aides are illegal, and can impose added charges to the shoplifter.
While foil linings can still defeat some clothing security, many of the more reputable dealers are using technology that not only alerts employees to foil linings coming into the store, but also will not be defeated or bypassed by their use.
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 

While some criminals feel like they need to develop highly complex and in depth plans to shoplift, steal and defraud a clothing store, it is often the simplest methods that still carry the biggest payoff. Risking a clothing alarm going off may be avoided with the right criminal tools.

A recent example is the theft of over two hundred pairs of underwear from a high-end clothing store. A man walked into the store with a large bag, went to the closest tables he could get to, and pushed as many pairs into the bag. He then ran out of the store. After reviewing the store’s clothing security cameras, it was determined that this man was in and out of the store in less than two minutes.

Eventually the police did catch up to the man, and found the merchandise, along with the bag. It turns out that the bag had a foil lining- designed to thwart the clothing alarm. In most states these kinds of shoplifting aides are illegal, and can impose added charges to the shoplifter.

While foil linings can still defeat some clothing security, many of the more reputable dealers are using technology that not only alerts employees to foil linings coming into the store, but also will not be defeated or bypassed by their use.

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 

 

Posted December 2nd, 2014 by Staff Writer and filed in Uncategorized
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Rebranding and Security Solutions- Clothing Security Tags

When most people think of clothing security tags, the hard plastic buttons and pins generally come to mind. For retailers who are rebranding their merchandise, clothing security tags are the anti theft labels that can be sewn into a seam of a garment.
When the retailer rebrands their merchandise, they will typically take out the existing labels and sew in their own ones. For a shirt, this would be in the back of the neckline or collar. This is a perfect time and place to add sew- in clothing security tags.
These tags are actually a soft/ paper label that is encased in a small pocket of material. The pockets are close to the size of a quarter. The softer pocket material around the anti theft label helps reduce any discomfort a customer might experience when trying the shirt on.
This is really a nice way to incorporate clothing security into your rebranding process. Adding the pocket with your brand label really take no more time than just adding in your brand label. The pocket is a secure way to add clothing security with minimal time and effort on your part, or that of your employees. Best of all, the pocket is removed after being purchased by the customer once they get home, with a pair of common household shears.
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 

When most people think of clothing security tags, the hard plastic buttons and pins generally come to mind. For retailers who are rebranding their merchandise, clothing security tags are the anti theft labels that can be sewn into a seam of a garment.

When the retailer rebrands their merchandise, they will typically take out the existing labels and sew in their own ones. For a shirt, this would be in the back of the neckline or collar. This is a perfect time and place to add sew- in clothing security tags.

These tags are actually a soft/ paper label that is encased in a small pocket of material. The pockets are close to the size of a quarter. The softer pocket material around the anti theft label helps reduce any discomfort a customer might experience when trying the shirt on.

This is really a nice way to incorporate clothing security into your rebranding process. Adding the pocket with your brand label really takes no more time than just adding in your brand label. The pocket is a secure way to add clothing security with minimal time and effort on your part, or that of your employees. Best of all, the pocket is removed after being purchased by the customer once they get home, with a pair of common household shears.

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 

 

Posted November 22nd, 2014 by Staff Writer and filed in Uncategorized
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Beyond The Return Velocity- Alpha Shark Tags

Return velocity is a term that takes very minimal data a shoots out a number to help a retailer quantify their returns. Basically, it takes an individual customer’s account and determines how much they return based solely on the amount they purchase and the amount they return. There are no other variables like an attached Alpha Shark Tag, or buying multiple sizes in a specific item to see which one would fit best.
For a retailer to primarily rely on return velocity as a basis to accept or deny a return/ refund puts that retailer at risk for offending one of their best, and most legitimate customers.
More research is showing that a greater majority of loyal customers have a higher return velocity. This is due in part to the level of comfort a customer has in spending their money with a particular retailer.
If they know they can take the time to find exactly what they want, they will come back. Sometimes customers want to try on items in their own home. Maybe they need to compare clothing styles and colors to items already in their wardrobe.
Having a product like the Alpha Shark Tag gives a better look at a customer who is returning multiple items legitimately, and ones who are wardrobing their purchased items and have no intention of keeping them after they have worn them.
Visit the Loss Prevention Store for more information on or to purchase
Wardrobing, Wardrobing Tags, Wardrobing Retail, Alpha Shark Tags,
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 Wardrobing tags, Alpha Shark Tags, Wardrobing, or
Wardrobing Retail contact us or call 1.866.914.2567

Return velocity is a term that takes very minimal data a shoots out a number to help a retailer quantify their returns. Basically, it takes an individual customer’s account and determines how much they return based solely on the amount they purchase and the amount they return. There are no other variables like an attached Alpha Shark Tag, or buying multiple sizes in a specific item to see which one would fit best.

For a retailer to primarily rely on return velocity as a basis to accept or deny a return/ refund puts that retailer at risk for offending one of their best, and most legitimate customers.

More research is showing that a greater majority of loyal customers have a higher return velocity. This is due in part to the level of comfort a customer has in spending their money with a particular retailer.

If they know they can take the time to find exactly what they want, they will come back. Sometimes customers want to try on items in their own home. Maybe they need to compare clothing styles and colors to items already in their wardrobe.

Having a product like the Alpha Shark Tag gives a better look at a customer who is returning multiple items legitimately, and ones who are wardrobing their purchased items and have no intention of keeping them after they have worn them.

Visit the Loss Prevention Store for more information on or to purchaseWardrobing, Wardrobing Tags, Wardrobing Retail, Alpha Shark Tags,Checkpoint Tags, a Clothing Alarm, Clothing Security or Clothing SecurityTags to put Security Tags on Clothes and an Electronic Article Surveillanceor EAS system.

For more information on Wardrobing tags, Alpha Shark Tags, Wardrobing, orWardrobing Retail contact us or call 1.866.914.2567

 

Posted November 15th, 2014 by Staff Writer and filed in Uncategorized
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Is That One Or Two- Clothing Security

We have had more success with selling swim items separately, instead of as a two-piece set. Customers can buy the correct top and bottom sizes they need, and are much happier with their purchase, decreasing the amount of returns we have on these items.
We also have fewer issues with miss-matched sets. We don’t have to worry about customers taking two sets in different sizes and piecing together the sizes they need, leaving us with a set that is not the same size, and almost impossible to sell.
We also have a better margin selling two pieces for slightly more than what we would sell the set as before. This gives more wiggle room for sales and promotions. It also helps offset some of our shrink losses from shoplifting, since swimwear is always a high theft item.
I had an incident recently where a woman had come into the store to buy a new swim set. She thought that she could be sneaky and basically, con the cashier. This woman picked out her two-piece swimsuit and put them on the same hanger. Then she pulled the price tag off of one of the pieces. She was trying to make it look like the pieces were to be sold as a set, instead of individually.
The cashier caught the error and rang her up for both pieces, instead of just one.
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

We have had more success with selling swim items separately, instead of as a two-piece set. Customers can buy the correct top and bottom sizes they need, and are much happier with their purchase, decreasing the amount of returns we have on these items.

We also have fewer issues with miss-matched sets. We don’t have to worry about customers taking two sets in different sizes and piecing together the sizes they need, leaving us with a set that is not the same size, and almost impossible to sell.

We also have a better margin selling two pieces for slightly more than what we would sell the set as before. This gives more wiggle room for sales and promotions. It also helps offset some of our shrink losses from shoplifting, since swimwear is always a high theft item.

I had an incident recently where a woman had come into the store to buy a new swim set. She thought that she could be sneaky and basically, con the cashier. This woman picked out her two-piece swimsuit and put them on the same hanger. Then she pulled the price tag off of one of the pieces. She was trying to make it look like the pieces were to be sold as a set, instead of individually.

The cashier caught the error and rang her up for both pieces, instead of just one.

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

 

Posted November 8th, 2014 by Staff Writer and filed in Uncategorized
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Go Big Or Go Home- Clothing Security

One of the challenges facing retailers who sell clothing is trying to prevent a grab and run theft. A grab and run is about as self-explanatory as you can get. The thieves, as there are typically more than one, come into a store, pick up a large quantity of the same merchandise, and run out the door into the waiting get away car.
Usually the merchandise will be either an entire fixture arm of clothes, or all of the merchandise on a display table. We see jeans, name brand coats, and designer ready to wear being the biggest targets of these thefts.
Sometimes the thieves will load their own arms up as with as much as what they can hold, sometimes they will use the store’s shopping bags or carts to hold the massive quantity of merchandise on their way out the door.
Because these thefts are so big and obvious, the shoplifter will come in and out in as little time as possible- sometimes less than a minute total. They will have scoped out the store ahead of time to find out where items are kept. They will figure out the best place to park the escape vehicle, and they will know when your employees are most and least likely to notice them.
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

One of the challenges facing retailers who sell clothing is trying to prevent a grab and run theft. A grab and run is about as self-explanatory as you can get. The thieves, as there are typically more than one, come into a store, pick up a large quantity of the same merchandise, and run out the door into the waiting get away car.

Usually the merchandise will be either an entire fixture arm of clothes, or all of the merchandise on a display table. We see jeans, name brand coats, and designer ready to wear being the biggest targets of these thefts.

Sometimes the thieves will load their own arms up as with as much as what they can hold, sometimes they will use the store’s shopping bags or carts to hold the massive quantity of merchandise on their way out the door.

Because these thefts are so big and obvious, the shoplifter will come in and out in as little time as possible- sometimes less than a minute total. They will have scoped out the store ahead of time to find out where items are kept. They will figure out the best place to park the escape vehicle, and they will know when your employees are most and least likely to notice them.

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

 

Posted November 5th, 2014 by Staff Writer and filed in Uncategorized
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Non Inventory Store Losses- Clothing Security

I had a recent discussion with a small business that did not know how to look for clothing losses since they did not conduct an inventory. They guessed that they were being targeted by shoplifters, partly due to the frequency of people entering their store and not buying anything, and partly because they did not use any electronic article surveillance systems either.
We knew that in order to solve the problem, we needed to have some ways to identify what kinds of thefts were taking place, and what kinds of clothing protection would be effective to stop the inventory losses for happening.
We started by taking a look at the store’s sales reports. We broke the sales down by departments and compared them to last month’s sales and last year’s. We noticed which departments were behind on their sales goals for the year, and which ones did not increase compared to last year. I explained that if they did not have the right products to sell, then they would not have a chance at meeting or exceeding their sales goals.
Next we looked for signs of theft- specifically for torn of clothing tags. We found several caches of them behind the mirrors in the fitting rooms. We also found them under some shelves in an unattended corner of the store.
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 

I had a recent discussion with a small business that did not know how to look for clothing losses since they did not conduct an inventory. They guessed that they were being targeted by shoplifters, partly due to the frequency of people entering their store and not buying anything, and partly because they did not use any electronic article surveillance systems either.

We knew that in order to solve the problem, we needed to have some ways to identify what kinds of thefts were taking place, and what kinds of clothing protection would be effective to stop the inventory losses for happening.

We started by taking a look at the store’s sales reports. We broke the sales down by departments and compared them to last month’s sales and last year’s. We noticed which departments were behind on their sales goals for the year, and which ones did not increase compared to last year. I explained that if they did not have the right products to sell, then they would not have a chance at meeting or exceeding their sales goals.

Next we looked for signs of theft- specifically for torn of clothing tags. We found several caches of them behind the mirrors in the fitting rooms. We also found them under some shelves in an unattended corner of the store.

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 

Posted November 1st, 2014 by Staff Writer and filed in Uncategorized
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The Unsuspecting Face- Clothing Security

When I mention organized crime, or organized retail crime, many of the people I am talking to start to picture scenes from The Godfather, or a roaring twenties mob boss. Because this image is so strongly embedded, many retailers think that because no one in a fedora and pin stripe suit is stealing from them they are immune to organized retail theft.
The sad reality is that organized criminals are stealing from these stores because the owners and employees are so oblivious to what is going on. The employees are simply looking the other way, or do not realize the full extent of the theft.
In fact, many organized retail theft cases that I have worked in the past revolve around a suspect that every one in the store has seen. That is because these thieves are in the store on multiple occasions and aren’t scared of employee interaction. When I show my employees pictures of my suspects so they can let me know if they see them, the employees often are surprised because they do recognize the suspect. They see them frequently, but never suspected a thing.
The days of mob bosses and pin striped suits are gone. The new face of organized crime is one of many nationalities, both males and females, and of all groups.
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 

When I mention organized crime, or organized retail crime, many of the people I am talking to start to picture scenes from The Godfather, or a roaring twenties mob boss. Because this image is so strongly embedded, many retailers think that because no one in a fedora and pin stripe suit is stealing from them they are immune to organized retail theft.

The sad reality is that organized criminals are stealing from these stores because the owners and employees are so oblivious to what is going on. The employees are simply looking the other way, or do not realize the full extent of the theft.

In fact, many organized retail theft cases that I have worked in the past revolve around a suspect that every one in the store has seen. That is because these thieves are in the store on multiple occasions and aren’t scared of employee interaction. When I show my employees pictures of my suspects so they can let me know if they see them, the employees often are surprised because they do recognize the suspect. They see them frequently, but never suspected a thing.

The days of mob bosses and pin striped suits are gone. The new face of organized crime is one of many nationalities, both males and females, and of all groups.

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 

 

Posted October 16th, 2014 by Staff Writer and filed in Uncategorized
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Cash Is King- Clothing Security

Does your small business keep tight controls on your cash? You probably do. You probably have register reports that tell you how much cash you should have at the end of the day. You probably also count the cash in your safe and any starting banks for your tills. You most likely have a bank deposit log for outgoing deposits, and balance that record against your account statements form the bank every quarter, if not every month. Needless to say, cash is king, and your treat it as such to avoid cash losses.
How about your merchandise? Do you keep the same level of control and ownership of the clothes you sell? Do you maintain inventory tracking and counting in addition to having clothing controls in place? You have a locking cash register, but do you secure you clothing in any way within the store?
Many clothiers do not. Merchandise and inventories are an extension of cash- your cash. Instead of taking the shape of bills and coins, this cash comes in the form of shirts, shoes and accessories. 
Because you spent your carefully managed and tracked cash on purchasing your inventory, would it not make sense that you should spend as much time and effort in protecting your clothing inventory from losses?
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 

Does your small business keep tight controls on your cash? You probably do. You probably have register reports that tell you how much cash you should have at the end of the day. You probably also count the cash in your safe and any starting banks for your tills. You most likely have a bank deposit log for outgoing deposits, and balance that record against your account statements form the bank every quarter, if not every month. Needless to say, cash is king, and your treat it as such to avoid cash losses.

How about your merchandise? Do you keep the same level of control and ownership of the clothes you sell? Do you maintain inventory tracking and counting in addition to having clothing controls in place? You have a locking cash register, but do you secure your clothing in any way within the store?

Many clothiers do not. Merchandise and inventories are an extension of cash- your cash. Instead of taking the shape of bills and coins, this cash comes in the form of shirts, shoes and accessories.

Because you spent your carefully managed and tracked cash on purchasing your inventory, would it not make sense that you should spend as much time and effort in protecting your clothing inventory from losses?

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 

 

Posted October 13th, 2014 by Staff Writer and filed in Uncategorized
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