if your in abercrombie or hollister and you take a tank or shirt or something with you in the changing room and rip off the tags and hide it under your clothes or in your purse or something, will you get caught and will the security sensors beep? i'm definitely not gonna do this but i was just curious. thankss
geegollyHOLLY answered Tuesday March 27 2007, 3:14 pm: No offense of course, but why would you want to even know how to do that? I'm pretty sure they have protective seals on it so, you can't sneak it out. Plus, they have sensors on the tags so they can tell if you're leaving with it if it hasn't been scanned. Hopefully you won't do this, but if you do, good luck! =] [ geegollyHOLLY's advice column | Ask geegollyHOLLY A Question ]
YouLoveToSing answered Tuesday March 27 2007, 3:13 pm: You will get caught because the person in the dressing room- the worker- usually gives you a tag saying how many items of clothing you have, or if you come out with nothing, they will get suspicious :}
orphans answered Tuesday March 27 2007, 3:12 pm: hey
well, they'll find the tag after you left the changing room (they go in and take the clothes you tried on) and they'll also notice that you walked in with a shirt and walked out with nothing, theyll probably notice.
and it's not like you can take the tag with you out of the store cause that defeats the purpose of taking it off anyway and it will beap.
also, the shirts have these things besides the tag actually ON the shirt and they're like whitish-brown plastic and the actual store has to remove them. and that can trigger the alarms.
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