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mdan_12 wrote

I think my biggest tip would be to show confidence. If you look like you're nervous/stressed you're just going to drag attention from all the LP. When I go to malls I usually try to dress to impress. I have my gym bag with me, but it's almost empty. I have my magnet and my hook inside the bag. Go inside the store and pretend like it's my first time going into that store. I look at everything and check the price on everything. When I've found what I'm in there for I go to the dressing room with the stuff that I want and I take more stuff than needed so I can detag the stuff I want and put it on the stuff I don't want. I put the stuff I want in my gym bag and leave the rest in the dressing room and go outside and pretend to be looking for more stuff for at least 5 minutes before leaving. Has worked 10/10 times. So far I've taken stuff for more than $4,000 in less than a month.

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mdan_12 wrote

So far I've only been doing it for personal wardrobe expansion. Don't know what the future has in store. I really want to start sell what I take but don't know what to get. Walking into a retail store without confidence seems suspicious. I'm extremely confident when I walk in there and I make eye contact with the security and act like a regular shopper. If you act like a shopper nobody's going to care about your gym bag + in this city people travel by public transit so having a gym bag is perfectly normal. I just got a suit yesterday for $1.200 which I'm pretty happy about. Just act like you belong there and it'll be fine. Music is always loud enough in stores like Macy's and Lord & Taylor so taking tags off in fitting rooms goes by unnoticed.

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