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In a message dated 9/17/03 9:54:43 PM Eastern Daylight Time, Kathie1432 
writes:


> 
> >> something, in YOU possession, was bought, and the "warning device", in / 
>> on 
>> the garment, was not disabled"
>> 
> 
> I posted last week with the long and never ending story of beeping every 
 > time I go in a store or go out. I had a breakthrough today. Was at Macys with
> my husband when they first opened.  We just kept taking each item out of my 
> purse, one by one put each item through the scanner and guess what it was my 
> sealed box of two vials of Accu Check Comfort Curve test strips that set the 
> beep off.  It wasn't the strips itself.  On the inside the box there is a 
 > plastic strip attached to the side panel. Inside this strip lies the problem.
I
> don't get my strips from a store where they would deactivate this when paid 
> for.  I get a 90 day supply via the mail directly from Wallgreens.  No one 
> must deactivate this before it goes out.  I will call tomorrow and see what 
 > they say. Not every store is scanner is sensitive to the same thing but this
is
> a start.
> 
> Kathie
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Date: Wed, 17 Sep 2003 21:54:43 EDT
Subject: Re: [IP] pumps. meters. cell phones and store security alarms-
  long and frust...
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In a message dated 9/11/03 11:37:02 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
email @ redacted writes:


> something, in YOU possession, was bought, and the "warning device", in / on 
> 
> the garment, was not disabled"
> 

I posted last week with the long and never ending story of beeping every time 
I go in a store or go out.  I had a breakthrough today.  Was at Macys with my 
husband when they first opened.  We just kept taking each item out of my 
purse, one by one put each item through the scanner and guess what it was my 
 sealed box of two vials of Accu Check Comfort Curve test strips that set the
beep
off.  It wasn't the strips itself.  On the inside the box there is a plastic 
 strip attached to the side panel. Inside this strip lies the problem. I don't
get my strips from a store where they would deactivate this when paid for.  I 
get a 90 day supply via the mail directly from Wallgreens.  No one must 
 deactivate this before it goes out. I will call tomorrow and see what they say.
Not every store is scanner is sensitive to the same thing but this is a start.

Kathie
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