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Nevada Will Require ID Scanning for Tobacco Sales Beginning January 1, 2023

The time is Now - Get your Nevada ID Scanner  Get your ID Scanner HERE  New regulations for Tobacco sales are the reason, as starting January 1, 2023, all tobacco retailers and shops will require an ID Scanner for age verification before checkout. From January 1, 2023, bill AB360 will become a law that has strong regulation on the sales of tobacco, tobacco products, vape products, and e-cigarettes for buyers under 18. The retailers must ensure that the buyers provide a valid ID like a driving license, resident card, or any other government ID for age verification.  Negligence Towards AB360...

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Minor Decliner at The NACS Show 2022

Minor Decliner is honored to be showcased at the 2022 National Association of Convenience Store (NACS) annual show this year! Location: Las Vegas Convention Center Dates: October 1-4, 2022 And once again, we have exciting LIVE demos of our products throughout the show floor!   This year our Door Access Control System is a Finalist for Best New Convenience store product of 2022. There will be a live demo of this system in use on a beer cooler located at the CBE Booth.  Minor Decliner - Booth #3694 CBE - Booth #6002 In addition, the Minor Decliner booth will provide a showcase of our age...

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Minor Decliner to demo our age-verification scanners at the 2021 NACS Show!

Minor Decliner will be attending the much-anticipated National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS) Show from October 5-8 at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL. Our ID scanner products will be available to view and use live throughout the entire expo floor, with demo kiosks highlighting the NACS/Conexxus TruAge Technology!  We're excited to see many of you in the convenience store and fuel retailer industry next week. For more information on the 2021 NACS Show and to register, visit: nacsshow.com.   About the 2021 NACS Show: After over a year of lockdowns, merchandise shortages, and supply chain disruptions, we’ve never stopped running. We...

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How Minors Know Which Stores Will Sell Them Tobacco and Alcohol

When you were in high school, did your town have that one store or that one restaurant that would always accept fake IDs or knowingly sell to minors? Although it’s highly illegal, it happened then, and it still happens today. If your establishment doesn’t use age verification technology with every alcohol, cannabis, and tobacco purchase, you might be at risk for becoming known as the place where minors can get away with using fake IDs. There are a few telltale signs that let minors know they might be able to get away with purchasing tobacco or alcohol products. Read through...

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"Who does not card near me?" Reporting a Store That Sells to Minors

It goes without saying—it’s illegal to sell alcohol and tobacco to anyone under the age of 21 in the United States. Although this is common knowledge, there are some establishments that willfully ignore the fact that they’re accepting fake IDs—or they are completely unaware that they are—because they don’t use age verification technology with every sale. If you suspect there is a store, bar, or restaurant in your area that is selling age-sensitive products to minors, you might want to seek a legal way to report them. We suggest taking the following official routes rather than confronting the owner of...

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