Your shopping experience at Costco is going to begin to look different in North Dakota. Costco is adjusting its policies to ensure that non-members are not able to purchase food and goods from their stores.

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Policy Change at North Dakota Costco Stores



Have you noticed that when you go to Costco, self-checkout has become more of an emphasis? It is more convenient when you are getting a few things, and it has been helping Costco in a major way as well.

When I have gone to Costco, they check the card before they let you scan yourself out. A new version of that process is coming for all shoppers.

Scanning System Coming to North Dakota



There are reports that Costco is trying a new system for when shoppers enter the store, and it is only a matter of time until we see this system in place in North Dakota.

When you walk into a Costco, an employee will check your card. Rather than having a human check your card, you will need to scan it for entry.

This is to reduce the number of people borrowing other membership cards and using them. We live in a world where if somebody is paying for something, we want to see how we can use it.

There are countless subscription services that we pay for. Many of us will try our best to find a way to bend the rules and not pay. Companies like Costco are cracking down on policy loopholes.

CNN compared Costco to Netflix and mentioned that companies across the nation are trying to eliminate membership sharing.

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