Submitted by DatRacoon in Illegalism

i've got a magnet to remove tags from expensive clothes in stores to prevent the alarm from going off, but since it will look really suspicious (having a bunch of tags laying around on the floor) i'm thinking about making a booster bag to put them in when leaving and dispose them afterwards somewhere
where do i start? im afraid it will still trigger the alarm if i use the booster bags, also the punishment is worse when you use one
another idea would be to put them in a bag of "trash" that i walk in with and ask the workers to throw away(after throwing the tags in) but i feel like that could go horribly wrong...
any advice/tips are useful and appreciated all time!!!

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bombastershop wrote

you are right, in some countries, if your package is inspected, it will be a pretext for accusation of preparation for a professional crime, this is a clear intent to commit a crime. and if you are detained after committing theft, then it will be an aggravating sign and a different punishment for theft.

what solution?
read this, foil is a stupid method when there is normal hardware that is difficult to detect:
http://shoplifting.tech/info/foil-outdated
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HLI8WmY4uTA
http://shoplifting.tech/shop/fabric2017

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DatRacoon OP wrote

this is amazing! ive seen a bit of his videos but do these bags work for all kinds of alarm systems? still extremely helpful and appreciated thank you very much!

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Almonds wrote

I agree, I think my shops are aware of theft now due to the tags left behind. But idk what else to do with them

This is prob an unpopular opinion but I also don’t want the tags to go to waste LOL. I’m into ‘less waste’ and I feel like it’s so wasteful to just throw them out since that shop will have to order more, and they can use the same tags for so long 😂

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DatRacoon OP wrote

completely relate to the shops noticing with all the tags i leave behind i usually put them in jeans or jacket pockets so it's less obvious!

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Almonds wrote

That’s what I do but I’m sure they get turned back in to the employees who alert the manager :/. It sucks cause every little thing has a tag, I mean I just want some camis but then there’s a whole pile of tags 😂. I want to clip them on to jackets but I can only bring like one jacket to the change room along w my other clothes.

But twice I found I forgot to dump one of the tags, but the tower didn’t beep 🤔

Btw your username 😂 I pictures the raccoon meme where he steals cat food with his paws 😂

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