Retailers can assuage consumers’ online shopping concerns with a trust mark symbol, and by taking precautionary measures.
As the economy makes a comeback, will store owners shift their focus and forget about the necessity of loss prevention? LP personnel can prevent this mistake.
Retail jewelers face a challenge when displaying and selling their wares, in that customers like to try on items, but don’t want a salesperson hovering nearby. That’s what led Sales One LLC to develop and market its Anti-Theft Ring Display for jewelry stores. “This is a unique way to get an assortment of rings in […]
Reflective tags that easily attach to kids’ clothing make sense, especially when they’re out after dark.
Have a lot of high-value product you’d like to show your customers? Now you can, without the fear of it being shoplifted.
Better security and new anti-theft measures are helping retailers stem the rising tide of theft in their stores
With everyone concerned about what goes on in their absence, one company is stepping up to help out via hidden cameras.
Visa announced it will be joining with the National Retail Federation (NRF) in an effort to reduce the storage of sensitive information in merchant payment systems, calling for the elimination of account information whenever possible.
Identity theft can be a very serious problem–both for customers themselves, as well as for businesses whose reputations are at stake.
DMA Inc. is an Arlington, TX-based company which distributes wholesale airsoft guns, knives, swords and novelty items, as well as security equipment of all kinds.