I was walking into Wholesale Sports in Vancouver this morning and had to stop and go back to read this sign. I, like a lot of people, use my iPhone to scan bar codes to get additional information about products and to compare prices at other area stores. This sign seems to say that if I do that in their store, they'll (try to) confiscate my iPhone and press charges against me. First of all, I don't think they have the right to confiscate private property. Second, they're telling their customers before they even enter the store that they're scared you might find out they're pricing their stuff higher than somewhere else. Of course, they have an unpublished policy of matching prices with their competitors, so my first thought is that this just seems like a way to make that null and void, or at least a lot more difficult for their customers to take advantage of. I personally think it's just plain stupid, a horrible policy to associate with their brand, something that will turn even the most open-minded customer off before they walk through the door, and probably not legally enforceable.