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Retail fraud day

The Retail Fraud Conference last year attracted over 550 delegates including 391 retailers. Now in its ninth year, the Retail Fraud Conference will run on Thursday, April 19 at the Novotel in Hammersmith, west London. The show will be opened by the Home Office Minister for Crime Prevention, Lord Henley, and the speaker programme will have an international flavour. Invited are representatives from Sears and Printemps.  In addition, there will be speakers from River Island, Iceland, CIFAS, FaceWatch.

Exhibition organiser, Paul Bessant of Retail-Knowledge said:  “Along with our sister conference, Retail Fraud on the Road, the Retail Fraud Conference continues to bring together top-end speakers and exhibitors, showcasing their expertise to an industry that recognises the need for the very latest in solutions for the prevention of retail fraud particularly at a time when it is on the increase.”

The exhibition will feature companies specialising in: technology solutions including data mining and business intelligence, personnel training, identity theft, biometrics plus the latest developments in store alarms, tagging, security personnel, EAS solutions, covert and traditional CCTV; online fraud including cardholder not present (CNP) fraud prevention, online and multi channel fraud, address verification, phishing, account take over including best practise on no go countries and areas; and loss prevention strategy featuring a choice of four extended and in depth sessions covering the hottest topics within Retail Fraud and Loss Prevention.  Exhibitors will include WEDO Technologies, Tellermate, Transactis, B2B and Box Technologies. Organisers Retail Knowledge are at www.retailfraud.com  and have a discussion forum – retailfraudnetwork.com/.


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