In this case, the holiday decorations stole your heart because they were so gorgeous, you thought you were watching a fairy tale.
But in fact, they are just another way for some of the most wealthy people in the world to steal your soul.
This isn’t just an issue in the US; in 2015, the National Retail Federation found that holiday decorations were the most common reason shoppers chose to shop at a department store, grocery store or a fast food restaurant.
They are also the most popular way to steal money, credit cards, and other valuables, the report found.
And it’s not just the wealthy.
In the US, holiday decor theft is increasing among the poor, who often live in poverty.
While some of these thefts occur to unsuspecting holiday shoppers, others take place by middle- and upper-class thieves.
What makes this so troubling is that many people don’t know how to spot these signs of holiday theft and how to protect themselves, the study found.
For instance, one of the main reasons many people shop at malls is because they have a sense of entitlement, the authors of the report write.
This is a common trait among many Americans.
According to a 2016 report by the National Association of Realtors, only 15% of people who were surveyed thought that holiday shopping is a good time to shop.
Another 30% said they would not shop at all if the store they bought at did not offer a holiday sale.
In addition, the survey found that more than half of shoppers who reported holiday shopping to their local retailers didn’t know that the store owner had to follow the law in order to sell the goods at the holiday sale, even if it was a sale they were not interested in.
The report recommends that people avoid buying holiday gifts, including candy, because they can be easily traced back to the holiday thief.
However, the majority of shoppers also do not think that it is fair to ask for a refund, so they may not know what they are supposed to do, the experts said.
“It is important to remember that these retailers do not need to provide refunds, and they may simply be taking advantage of holiday shoppers,” said Carolyn DeLuca, executive director of the National Consumer Law Center.
“People may be surprised to find that the holiday thefts are happening in many other countries around the world, so the number of retailers in the U.S. that are aware of this problem and take steps to make sure that their holiday shoppers are safe is quite small.”
This isn ‘just a problem for rich people’ The National Retail Association report found that the top five countries that have the highest percentage of holiday thefts reported by retailers are Singapore, India, Thailand, China and the United Arab Emirates.
Other countries with high holiday theft rates include the UK, the United States and Australia.
The survey also found that many shoppers in those countries are not aware of how to stop a holiday theft.
A majority of those surveyed said that they were unaware of what they could do to prevent holiday theft, but that most people would like to take action.
For example, a majority of survey respondents said that if they had been given a credit card for a holiday purchase, they would try to use that card to shop in a store that was not participating in the holiday sales.
But this would only happen if the holiday store owner didn’t have any policies in place that prohibit this practice.
If a holiday store did not sell holiday merchandise, a third of survey participants said they might be tempted to use their own money to shop there, too.
For this reason, many shoppers say they would like a holiday discount or gift card, but not a gift.
Another reason shoppers may not want to take a picture of a holiday shop is because the theft may be seen by other holiday shoppers and they might think it’s a scam.
A third of respondents said they were reluctant to take photos of a Christmas tree at their local mall because it may be taken away from them if they report it.
Another common reason people may not report holiday thefts is because their home is a place where holiday decorations are allowed to grow, according to DeLucas.
“There is a general perception that it’s OK to grow Christmas trees in a place like a garage or backyard, and this is not necessarily the case,” DeLucase said.
If someone does steal holiday decorations, they could end up being charged for them, even though they’re allowed to keep them as decorations, the consumer advocate told The Washington Times.
“If someone gets a refund for the stolen decorations, it may not be the same as a refund if they went to another store and got another holiday sale.”
In addition to the retailers that are the most likely to have holiday thefts, the researchers found that shoppers may also be targeted by thieves who use the holiday season to steal valuaries and other goods.
The researchers said that in 2017, some of their survey respondents reported that holiday shoppers stole their debit cards, credit and other