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Earlier this month the ‘No ID, No Sale!’ campaign and the NFRN teamed up to offer all readers of The Fed a free pack to help keep members on the right side of trading standards.

Besides containing familiar items, such as the A3 Tobacco Notice which must be displayed to avoid a £1,000 fine and a Refusals Register, the packs have been updated and contain several new items showcasing a ‘SCAN ME’ QR code that customers can use to get a CitizenCard for £11 instead of the normal £15.

The new double-sided window vinyl should be displayed prominently on the front door. Posters, shelf wobblers and badges should be sited inside the shop to promote the QR code inside the shop.

The new packs have been posted out to members in the West Midlands. Anyone else can order a free pack by emailing their name and address to nfrn@citizencard.com.

Andrew Chevis, CitizenCard’s CEO, said the new packs will help NFRN members to keep one step ahead, adding:

“We’re excited to launch our ‘SCAN ME’ £11 card offer via NFRN, offering members the chance to offer customers a discounted photo-ID as well as the normal Due Diligence materials in the packs that keep members one step ahead in fighting underage sales.  And CitizenCards are the only PASS card you can use to create digital ID on your phone.”

The first 300 members to register for a pack will also receive a ‘No ID, No Sale!’ hoodie, cap, powerbank or pen.

To order your FREE pack just email name and address to nfrn@citizencard.com

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