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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Lower-End Consumers Continue To Struggle Despite Proliferation of Dollars Stores







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Lower-End Consumers Continue To Struggle Despite Proliferation of Dollars Stores









The battle for America's poorest consumers intensified Monday (7-28-2014) with Dollar Tree Inc.'s agreement to buy rival Family Dollar Stores Inc. for about $8.5 billion.

The chains thrived during the recession as the number of working Americans living in poverty increased by nearly 40%, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The stores appealed to cash-strapped shoppers with bargain-basement prices and locations that were closer to their homes than many Wal-Mart supercenters. The smaller package sizes of everyday items like laundry detergent and cereal fit into the budgets of consumers living paycheck to paycheck.








Total expenditures by U.S. households that earned less than $30,000 has been flat at an annual total of just over $1 trillion since 2008, according to the latest data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The malaise among America's weakest consumers has been reflected in several straight quarters of declining same-store sales and traffic at Wal-Mart Stores Inc.  and Target Corp., as well as slowing growth at the dollar stores.




Dollar Tree's acquisition of Family Dollar won't change those dynamics. But the combination of the No. 2 and No. 3 companies in the dollar-store category will create a company with more than 13,000 stores that can squeeze better deals out of its suppliers, giving it more heft to compete against No. 1 Dollar General Corp. and have more clout to counter any fresh moves from Wal-Mart and Target.

"Customers are under pressure," Dollar Tree Chief Executive Bob Sasser said in an interview. "Unfortunately, that's one reason why the space continues to grow."

Mr. Sasser will run the combined companies, which would have more than $18 billion in annual sales. The chains expect to save about $300 million a year as a result of the deal, largely through better buying power and consolidation of their distribution networks.

The merged company plans to maintain both brands. Mr. Sasser said the two chains don't have too much overlap.






While the two share Dollar in their names, they follow different strategies. Dollar Tree sells goods like picture frames and school supplies for a dollar or less and focuses on suburban markets. Family Dollar sells more branded consumer products like Tide detergent and Coca-Cola at a range of discounted prices and targets the urban and rural poor.

Dollar Tree agreed to pay $74.50 a share in stock and cash, a 23% premium to Family Dollar's closing price Friday. Shares in Family Dollar rose 25% to $75.74 on Monday, indicating that some investors think a higher bid could come along. Dollar Tree's shares gained 1.2% to $54.87.

Last month, activist investor Carl Icahn mounted a public campaign for Family Dollar to put itself up for sale, saying the retailer was underperforming compared with its peers. Mr. Icahn on Monday (7-28-2014) welcomed the deal but said he believes there are a handful of potential buyers that could make a better partner for Family Dollar.




Mr. Icahn has said that the largest among the dollar stores, Dollar General, is a logical buyer. A Dollar General spokeswoman declined to comment Monday (7-28-2014).

U.S. antitrust authorities and Family Dollar's shareholders still must approve the deal.

Executives said they don't plan to close stores but may turn some Family Dollar stores into Dollar Trees, or vice versa, where the existing stores are underperforming.

Dollar stores have been expanding rapidly even as other segments of the industry scale back. The three top dollar-store chains have together added nearly 10,000 stores over the past decade. They now operate a combined 24,000 locations and have projected adding at least another 1,000 stores this year.




Dollar stores have posed a competitive threat to other discount retailers. Trips to dollar stores have risen since the financial crisis, with 53% of U.S. shoppers in 2013 saying they went to one in the past month, up from 48% in 2007, according to the consultancy Kantar Retail. Meanwhile, the percentage of U.S. shoppers visiting a Wal-Mart at least once a month fell to 65% in 2013 from 69% in 2007. Some 39% of shoppers made monthly visits to Target in 2013, down from 43% in 2007.

When the economy started improving and companies began hiring, lower-income households were largely shut out of any recovery. Total income for households earning less than $30,000 a year dropped by 1% between 2004 and 2012, according to the latest data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. During that time, total income for households that earned more than $150,000 nearly doubled, the data show.

The sluggish recovery among at the lowest economic rung surprised even Family Dollar, which made a poorly timed bet on a new strategy that involved raising prices and offsetting them with some deep discounts. In January, Family Dollar reversed course by cutting prices on nearly 1,000 items. It also planned to close 370 of its more than 8,000 stores this year and slow down its expansion plans.

The prices at dollar chains can be lower owing to smaller unit counts, but they can be higher per piece. For instance, a 28-pack of Pampers Baby Dry diapers sells for $10, or 35 cents per diaper, on Dollar General's website. But the same size diaper on Wal-Mart's website sells in a 180-pack box for $45.97, or 25 cents per diaper.






Earlier this month, Family Dollar said it would begin a multiyear rollout of beer and wine beginning in 2015 to boost sales and draw more shoppers into its stores. It echoed a move by Wal-Mart, which has spent the past couple of years redesigning stores to make room for more beer, wine and spirits in a bid to double alcohol sales by 2016.

The consolidation of Family Dollar and Dollar Tree could offset the pains of market saturation while leaving the combined company in a better position to fight off Wal-Mart's move into dollar stores' territory.

Over the past two years, Wal-Mart nearly doubled the number of smaller stores it operated to 407, and analysts say it could have as many as 2,000 smaller stores in the coming years. Meanwhile, b opened its first TargetExpress store last week aimed at shoppers who want to pick up a few items rather than commit to a bigger, stock-up trip.

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Family Dollar Stores Inc. said fewer shoppers came into its stores in the three months through May 31, pushing sales down 1.8%, excluding newly opened or closed stores.

In a move to win back traffic, the dollar chain said it would begin carrying beer and wine nationally next year, adding to the tobacco, frozen food and other consumables that now make up 73% of sales.

"Our results continue to reflect the economic challenges facing our core customer and an intense competitive environment," Chief Executive Howard Levine said.

The discounter's message echoed that of Container Store Group Inc., whose shares fell sharply midweek after its chief executive told investors that the company and its fellow store chains are in a "retail funk."

"We've come to realize it's more than just weather," Container Store CEO Kip Tindell said. Falling traffic led to the first drop in quarterly sales at the company in more than three years.

Investors flocked to the seller of bins, boxes and shelves when it went public last November, and shares more than doubled on opening day to close at $36.20. But so far this year, shares have dropped nearly 44%, as Container Store has succumbed to some of the pressures weighing on retail broadly.

Results at retailers haven't been uniformly bad this spring. But there are enough negatives to shake earlier hopes that shoppers would whip out their wallets and resume shopping after the long, tough winter. The mixed showing continues to cloud the optimism arising from stronger job growth and rising consumer confidence.

The unemployment rate dropped to 6.1% in June, marking the best stretch of job growth in almost a decade. But five years into the economic expansion, big chains like Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and Kroger Co. remain divided over whether consumers are indeed bouncing back.

Sales at Wal-Mart's U.S. stores have been negative for five straight quarters as traffic has dwindled.


Kroger's shoppers are "exhibiting less cautious spending behavior," CEO Rodney McMullen told investors in June. "More customers perceive the economy to be in recovery" and are shelling out for things like premium pet food and organic products.

But Wal-Mart U.S. President Bill Simon said this week that the declining unemployment rate is doing little to bring shoppers into its stores. In an interview on CNBC, he predicted it would take six months to a year for retailers to start seeing a sales boost from job growth.

Sales at Wal-Mart's U.S. stores, excluding newly opened and closed stores, have fallen for five straight quarters, and traffic has dwindled for a year and a half.

L Brands, parent of Victoria's Secret, said Thursday that its merchandise margin rate dropped in June from the same period last year.


The economy's gains are giving a lift to shoppers who are already better off, but the low-end consumer "isn't gaining traction," Mr. Simon said.

Burberry Group PLC, which caters to those better-off shoppers, on Thursday said retail revenue, adjusted for currency fluctuations, rose 17% to £370 million ($634.84 million) in the fiscal first quarter ended June 30. The fashion house said its biggest challenge right now is the strong British pound.

On Thursday, a handful of chain stores reported sales for June, with uneven results. Costco Wholesale Corp. came in a little stronger than analysts expected, reporting a 6% increase in monthly sales, excluding gasoline. Gap Inc. reported a 2% decrease in June sales, which were stung by a 7% sales drop at its signature Gap stores. Sales at its Old Navy stores increased by 7%.

L Brands, which owns Victoria's Secret and Bath And Body Works, said sales grew 2% last month, falling short of consensus estimates for a 3.1% increase.

Among teen retailers, Zumiez Inc. reported a 3.1% increase. The better-than-planned sales, in part, led the retailer to raise its guidance for the quarter.

Overall, the seven retailers tracked by Thomson Reuters reported a 4.5% increase in June sales, excluding newly opened and closed stores. Thomson Reuters forecast the eight companies to record 4.2% growth versus a 5.4% increase a year earlier.

Near-term trends aside, store chains across the retailing industry are wrestling with what could be a permanent decline in shopper visits. Customers now use their mobile phones and computers to compare promotions, prices and products before heading into a physical store to buy clothes, electronics and increasingly, groceries.

Fewer visits mean fewer chances for impulse purchases as shoppers cherry pick promotions that sometimes produce losses, changing the calculus for retailers that have built their stores around traffic expectations that are now changing.

Lumber Liquidators Holdings Inc. warned late Wednesday that customer traffic in the second quarter was significantly weaker than expected and lowered its financial guidance for the year. Shares in the flooring retailer fell 22% to $55.25 on Thursday.

"Shoppers are making targeted visits to malls and going into fewer stores," said Christopher Ainsley, CEO of ShopperTrak, a Chicago-based data firm that records store visits for retailers using tracking devices installed at 40,000 outlets in the U.S.

ShopperTrak is changing the way it presents its data, as mall owners and retailers come to terms with declining store visits. In reaction to feedback from the retailers ShopperTrak serves, the firm said starting July 17 it would quit reporting results from individual malls and instead report the tallies by ZIP Code.

The firm said its customers wanted a way to understand what was happening in the broader area as opposed to just at individual malls.

Container Store said traffic had declined in the quarter, offset somewhat by higher tickets for the shoppers who did show up. Sales fell by 0.8% in the quarter ended May 31 from a year earlier, excluding newly opened or closed stores, and the company lowered its full-year financial forecast.

The chain's CEO, Mr. Tindell, said Container Store tried to resist the impulse to join other retailers in ramping up discounts to draw shoppers in. Retailers, he said, are training Americans to only come out to shop when there are deals in what has become "the most promotional environment I've seen in my career."




Dollar Stores Face an Emptier Future

Investors were prepared for weak quarterly results from Family Dollar Stores Inc. Thursday, yet they still managed to disappoint. In reporting earnings that missed estimates, the discounter said it was hurt by a promotional environment, financially constrained consumers and harsh weather. Those excuses didn't wash: The stock fell 3.2%, putting it 23.4% below its September peak.

Indeed, Family Dollar's actions show it is facing more than a mere quarter's worth of problems.

The company plans to close 370 of its roughly 8,100 stores this fiscal year and slow the pace of new store openings in the next one. Even then, though, it is in for a challenge.

Family Dollar and its two main rivals, Dollar General Corp. and Dollar Tree Inc., have expanded rapidly. Combined, they run about 24,100 U.S. stores, up from about 18,600 five years ago. In addition to more competition from one another, they also must vie with Wal-Mart Stores Inc., which has been pushing prices lower to win back customers.

In addition, a brightening economic outlook may actually pose a problem. According to Wolfe Research's Scott Mushkin, the stores do better when the economy is challenged, with same-store sales negatively correlated with the employment rate and consumer sentiment.

An insidious, longer-term challenge for dollar stores may be their higher exposure to sparsely populated, rural settings versus other retailers. About 69,000 people live within five miles of a typical Family Dollar store, for example, compared with 142,000 people around a typical Target store, according to ISI Group. And rural America is getting emptier; Nearly 60% of rural counties lost population between 2008 and 2013, according to the Brookings Institution.


Monty Henry, Owner













Additional Resources:How Do I Know If I’ve Been Bugged? 




* Operating The Brain By Remote Control


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The Creature From Jekyll IslandThis Blog And Video Playlist Explains Why The U.S. Financial System is Corrupt and How It Came To Be That Way


Number of Americans Renouncing Citizenship Surges To Escape Oppressive Tax Rules

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Watch your child's caregiver while sitting at a traffic light or lunch meeting, or check on your business security from the other side of the world. Our built-in hidden video features all digital transmissions providing a crystal clear image with zero interference. With the IP receiver stream your video over the internet through your router, and view on either a PC or smart phone. Designed exclusively for DPL-Surveillance-Equipment, these IP hidden wireless cameras come with multiple features to make the user's experience hassle-free.

• Remote Video Access

• Video is Recorded Locally To An Installed SD Card (2GB SD Card included)

• Email Notifications (Motion Alerts, Camera Failure, IP Address Change, SD Card Full)

• Live Monitoring, Recording And Event Playback Via Internet

• Back-up SD Storage Up To 32GB (SD Not Included)

• Digital Wireless Transmission (No Camera Interference)

• View LIVE On Your SmartPhone!

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* Wireless IP Receiver
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* 640x480 / 320x240 up to 30fps
* Image Sensor: 1/4" Micron Sensor
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* S/N Ratio: 45 db
* Sensitivity: 11.5V/lux-s @ 550nm
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* White Balance: Auto Tracking

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Monday, July 28, 2014

How To Prevent Industrial Espionage And The Theft of Intellectual Property







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How To Prevent Industrial Espionage
And The Theft of Intellectual Property














The United States has known for some time that it has been victimized by economic espionage mounted by other countries, especially China and Russia. According to a counterintelligence expert hired by companies to help them counter this threat, the toll for these crimes is far, far higher than what has been officially reported.




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Economic espionage represents “the greatest transfer of wealth in history,” said General Keith Alexander,



NSA director and commander of U.S. Cyber Command, at the American Enterprise Institute in 2012.




We estimate that $500 billion in raw innovation is stolen from U.S. companies each year. Raw innovation includes trade secrets, research and development, and products that give companies a competitive advantage.




When this innovation is meant to drive revenue, profit, and jobs for at least 10 years, we are losing the equivalent of $5 trillion out of the U.S. economy every year to economic espionage.




 To put it into perspective, the U.S. will take in $1.5 trillion in income taxes and $2.7 trillion in all taxes in 2013.






Due to the nature of the business, it is often difficult to place solid numbers on the cost of economic espionage. To protect their investors, companies rarely want to announce breaches by spies or hackers to the public, and government agents often find gathering enough evidence to charge an insider with espionage difficult.




We are in a unique position, however, since working with numerous major companies directly on counterintelligence gives us insider knowledge on corporate losses.

Every company with trade secrets and competitive advantage is being targeted, secretly and deliberately by both insider and external spies. Protecting trade secrets and competitive advantage must be an immediate top priority in all U.S. companies with the highest level of aggressiveness.






A Murky World

The lack of transparency on economic espionage makes it a difficult problem to tackle.

The FBI estimates that economic espionage costs the U.S. $13 billion a year, yet their numbers are based only on current FBI cases where spies have been caught and charged. It does not include the majority of theft that was not reported, or the scale of breaches that are unknown to the companies.

During his speech, General Alexander said investigations by the FBI and other agencies find that for every company that detects a cyberattack there are 100 others that are unknowingly being hacked.

The Office of the National Counterintelligence Executive, meanwhile, estimated the cost as being between $2 billion and $400 billion in a 2011 report. It states, however, that while the intelligence community has improved its ability to understand the threat of cyber-espionage on government systems, “our knowledge of cyber-enabled economic espionage threats to the U.S. private sector remains limited.”

The crux of the issue, it states, is “China and Russia view themselves as strategic competitors of the United States and are the most aggressive collectors of U.S. economic information and technology.”




There are fundamental differences between the approaches of Russia and China. Russian intelligence services “are conducting a range of activities to collect economic information and technology from U.S. targets,” it states. The Chinese, however, “are the world’s most active and persistent perpetrators of economic espionage.”

Researchers used to know the attacks originated in China, but couldn’t pin them directly on the Chinese government. This changed, however, with the Feb. 18 release by the cybersecurity firm Mandiant of the “APT1″ report, which traced economic espionage campaigns back to the Chinese military.




Apart from the evidence for direct links, China regularly finds itself in the spotlight for state-run cyber-espionage campaigns through traces on the source of attacks and consideration of the context of what the hackers were after.

There is a robust list of industries that have been targeted by China’s campaign of stealing trade secrets. Espionage campaigns have been mounted to score deals in the global oil trade, to formulas to boost China’s chemical industry, to blueprints for Western technology.


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A large, on-going campaign was uncovered in September, where Chinese hackers had been targeting technology companies including Google and Adobe since at least 2009. In March 2012, a former DuPont scientist at the company from 1966 to 2002 pled guilty to providing trade secrets to companies controlled by the Chinese government. 

Chinese wind power company Sinovel was charged in June for stealing trade secrets on wind turbines from American Superconductor Corp. (AMSC). After the theft went public, the American company’s stock lost nearly 90 percent of it’s value in less than 9 months and lost more than $1 billion in market value. These are only a few examples of a massive problem.




A Broader Discussion

When President Barack Obama met with Chinese leader Xi Jinping in June, China’s aggressive campaign of economic espionage was expected to be a key topic. The diplomatic agenda was to bring attention to economic espionage and begin addressing it internationally.


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Yet, the topic of spying was thrown out the window just prior to the meeting, when former NSA contractor Edward Snowden released information on spying by the NSA.

David Fiddler, a law professor and an expert on economic espionage, said there was a chance the United States could have slowed the rate of global economic espionage, “but Snowden destroyed that.” As the discussion now stands, U.S. is not only back to where it started. Fiddler said “we need to recreate square one to even have this conversation.”




“Right now the idea of trying to have a sort of diplomatic initiative on economic espionage is dead in the water,” he said.

In the meantime, however, the United States can still address economic espionage from a defensive standpoint. This was an ongoing debate in congress where legislation had been in limbo since it impacts how much oversight the government has over U.S. businesses.




Yet, President Obama forced initial regulations through when he issued a cyber-security executive order on Feb. 13, which among other issues establishes programs to share information between businesses and government on security breaches.

According to Fiddler the discussion around economic espionage should go beyond just statistics on losses for big business. It’s a crime that reduces jobs, drains tax money, and harms innovation, he said.


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“You have other countries attempting to free ride on American innovation, and that’s innovation that’s often stimulated or paid for by taxpayer money,” he said.

Nonetheless, U.S. companies are still largely on their own when it comes to defending against economic espionage, and the threat is very real. When the “Economic Espionage Penalty Enhancement Act of 2011″ was passed, former U.S. Senator Herb Kohl said in a press release “As much as 80 percent of the assets of today’s companies are intangible trade secrets.”




As things stand, senior executives, CEO’s, and boards of directors are required to hold the fiduciary line and do whatever is required to protect their competitive advantage and revenue stream during this full-on assault against their companies.”



Monty Henry, Owner













Additional Resources:How Do I Know If I’ve Been Bugged? 




* Operating The Brain By Remote Control


What is BitCoin and How Does It Work?


The Creature From Jekyll IslandThis Blog And Video Playlist Explains Why The U.S. Financial System is Corrupt and How It Came To Be That Way


Number of Americans Renouncing Citizenship Surges To Escape Oppressive Tax Rules

Dropping Off The Grid: A Growing Movement In America: Part I

Online Privacy Tools and Tips





www.DPL-Surveillance-Equipment.com










































NOW, look in on your home, second home, lake house or office anytime, anywhere from any internet connected PC/Lap-top or Internet active cell phone, including iphone or PDA.

Watch your child's caregiver while sitting at a traffic light or lunch meeting, or check on your business security from the other side of the world. Our built-in hidden video features all digital transmissions providing a crystal clear image with zero interference. With the IP receiver stream your video over the internet through your router, and view on either a PC or smart phone. Designed exclusively for DPL-Surveillance-Equipment, these IP hidden wireless cameras come with multiple features to make the user's experience hassle-free.

NOW, look in on your home, second home, lake house or office anytime, anywhere from any internet connected PC/Lap-top or Internet active cell phone, including iphone or PDA: http://www.dpl-surveillance-equipment.com/wireless_hidden_cameras.html

Watch your child's caregiver while sitting at a traffic light or lunch meeting, or check on your business security from the other side of the world. Our built-in hidden video features all digital transmissions providing a crystal clear image with zero interference. With the IP receiver stream your video over the internet through your router, and view on either a PC or smart phone. Designed exclusively for DPL-Surveillance-Equipment, these IP hidden wireless cameras come with multiple features to make the user's experience hassle-free.

• Remote Video Access

• Video is Recorded Locally To An Installed SD Card (2GB SD Card included)

• Email Notifications (Motion Alerts, Camera Failure, IP Address Change, SD Card Full)

• Live Monitoring, Recording And Event Playback Via Internet

• Back-up SD Storage Up To 32GB (SD Not Included)

• Digital Wireless Transmission (No Camera Interference)

• View LIVE On Your SmartPhone!

Includes:

* Nanny Cameras w/ Remote View
* Wireless IP Receiver
* Remote Control
* A/C Adaptor
* 2GB SD Card
* USB Receiver



FACT SHEET:  HIDDEN NANNY-SPY (VIEW VIA THE INTERNET) CAMERAS

Specifications:

Receiver Specs:

* Transmission Range of 500 ft Line Of Sight
* Uses 53 Channels Resulting In No Interference
* 12V Power Consumption
* RCA Output
* Supports up to 32gig SD

Camera Specs:

* 640x480 / 320x240 up to 30fps
* Image Sensor: 1/4" Micron Sensor
* Resolution: 720x480 Pixels
* S/N Ratio: 45 db
* Sensitivity: 11.5V/lux-s @ 550nm
* Video System: NTSC
* White Balance: Auto Tracking

Make Your Own Nanny Cameras:  Make Tons Of Money In A Booming, Nearly Recession-Proof Industry!


Your Primary Customers Include But Are Not Limited To Anyone In The Private Investigator, Government, Law Enforcement And/Or Intelligence Agencies Fields!

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Our New Layaway Plan Adds Convenience For Online Shoppers








DPL-Surveillance-Equipment's layaway plan makes it easy for you to buy the products and services that you want by paying for them through manageable monthly payments that you set. Our intuitive calculator allows you to break down your order's purchase price into smaller payment amounts. Payments can be automatically deducted from your bank account or made in cash using MoneyGram® ExpressPayment® Services and you will receive your order once it's paid in full. Use it to plan and budget for holiday purchases, anniversaries, birthdays, vacations and more!


DPL-Surveillance-Equipment's Customers can now use the convenience of layaway online to help them get through these tough economic times.

We all shop now and then just to face a hard reality -- big credit card bills. However, our latest financing innovation can help you avoid that. Find out why more and more shoppers are checking out DPL-Surveillance-Equipment's e-layaway plan.

If you're drooling over a new nanny camera, longing for a GPS tracker, or wishing for that spy watch, but you're strapped for cash and can't afford to do credit, do what Jennie Kheen did. She bought her iPod docking station (hidden camera w/motion-activated DVR) online using our convenient lay-away plan.

Our online layaway plan works like the old-fashioned service stores used to offer. But, in Kheen's case, she went to DPL-Surveillance-Equipment.com, found the iPod docking station (hidden camera w/motion-activated DVR), then set up a payment plan.

"It's automatically drawn from my account," she said. "I have a budget, $208.00 a month.

In three months, Kheen had paid off the $650.00 iPod docking station. She paid another 3.9 percent service fee, which amounted to about $25.35 (plus $12.00 for shipping) for a total of $687.35.

"You pay a little bit each month," Kheen said. "It's paid off when you get it and you don't have it lingering over your head. It's great."

Flexible payment terms and automated payments make our layaway plan an affordable and fiscally responsible alternative to credit cards.

1. Register:

It's quick, easy and FREE! No credit check required!

2. Shop:

Select the items or service you want and choose "e-layaway" as your payment option. Our payment calculator makes it easy for you to set up your payment terms.

3. Make Payments:

Payments are made on the schedule YOU set. Check your order status or adjust your payments online in a secure environment.

4. Receive Products:

Receive the product shortly after your last payment. The best part, it's paid in full... NO DEBT.

More Buying Power:

* Our lay-away plan offers a safe and affordable payment alternative without tying up your credit or subjecting the purchase to high-interest credit card fees.

No Credit Checks or Special Qualifications:

* Anyone 18 years old or older can join. All you need is an active bank account.

Freedom From Credit Cards:

* If you are near or beyond your credit limit or simply want to avoid high interest credit card fees, our e-layaway is the smart choice for you.

Flexible Payment Schedules:

* Similar to traditional layaway, e-layaway lets you make regular payments towards merchandise, with delivery upon payment in full. Payments are automatically deducted from your bank account or made in cash using MoneyGram® ExpressPayment®

A Tool for Planning Ahead:

* Our e-layaway makes it easy for smart shoppers like you to plan ahead and buy items such as bug detectors, nanny cameras, audio bugs, gps trackers, and more!

No Hidden Charges or Mounting Interest:

Our e-layaway makes shopping painless by eliminating hidden charges and monthly interest fees. Our customers pay a flat transaction fee on the initial purchase price.

NO RISK:

* You have the right to cancel any purchase and will receive a refund less a cancellation fee. See website for details.

Security and Identity Protection:

DPL-Surveillance-Equipment has partnered with trusted experts like McAfee and IDology to ensure the security and integrity of every transaction. Identity verification measures are integrated into our e-layaway system to prevent fraudulent purchases.

Note: Simply Choose e-Lay-Away as a "Payment Option" in The Shopping Cart



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