Updating your anti-theft devices to keep up with the times

In my years working Loss Prevention (or retail in general) I have noticed that companies tend to hang on to equipment far longer than they logically should.  I have seen registers still in use that have the processing power of an abacus, carriages that look so beaten and worn they are more trouble to move than their carrying capacity warrants, and anti-theft devices so old that they only serve to undermine their purpose. 

It’s truth in advertising for savvy shoplifters who wish to pilfer your wares when then come across EAS tags that are yellowed and worn from fifteen years of continuous use.  They will know just from looking at them that your company doesn’t care enough about protecting their products to budget for new equipment and will take advantage of that weakness.  In most cases, the simple fact of the matter is you have no money in the budget to support replacing thousands of old tags when the real truth is you can’t afford NOT to.  If you want to try and prevent retail thefts do your company a favor and invest in new gear.  Right now there are ways of getting your hands on Cheap Tags or Cheap Labels so as not to burn through your budget.

 Visit RBC Security Solutions for Checkpoint Compatible Anti- theft Devices and Anti-Shoplifting tools that can help you prevent retail theft in your business with products like Cheap Labels and Cheap Tags. Our Electronic Article Surveillance or EAS Labels and Tags are not cheap they are inexpensive and made in the U.S.

 For more information on how you can use Anti- theft Devices and Anti-Shoplifting tools in conjunction with your Electronic Article Surveillance or EAS system to help you prevent retail theft in your business with products like Cheap Labels and Cheap Tags contact us.

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Posted July 23rd, 2012 by Staff Writer and filed in prevent theft

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