DVD and video game theft reduced by Red Tag security device

The Tag Company, on Wednesday, launched it's next generation of system to thwart thieves this holiday season - the Red Tag DVD and Game Security System.

Red Tag has been developed to enable retailers to more openly display DVDs and Games, without the threat of unacceptable levels of theft. Red Tag is easily and simply inserted into the disc box, locking the disc to the box and locking the box shut securing an EAS (Electronic Article Surveillance) label inside.

Illicit tampering of Red Tag-protected DVD's and games leads to substantial damage to the box or the disc, preventing thieves from acquiring pristine product and packaging for resale. Red Tag's patented locking system is designed to break the package and/or damage the disc unless the tag is removed by the store at point of purchase.

Mark Krom, Managing Director of The Tag Company, says: "Red Tag is quite simply the most impressive integrated packaging security device that I've seen. The Red Tag is a powerful weapon in the fight against DVD and Game theft. Shoplifters are frustrated to the point that they give up and go elsewhere."

News source: neworder

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