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gangshittttt wrote (edited )

hot topic lmaoo, but fr just post all your hauls then look at your posts. that way theres no way for you to lose it or get it into the wrong hands.

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thecathatstealsfromu wrote

I prefer to have a journal since I can also write down all indicidual stores (such as how 2 different walmarts can have different levels of secuity). It's also a bit faster for me to look at when I last visited a place since I write down my hauls before I hide the stuff away (also bc the journal I got was cute af and I wanted to use it for something)

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J1534 wrote

You should always assume every walmart has at least one or two LP who may possibly be patrolling the store or hidden and watching your every move

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J1534 wrote

I did notice that about walmart,the one right next to my apartment has no security except for right when the kids get out of school because they all walk home and I guess they like going into walmart after school to steal snacks but the walmart farther up the street has heavy security and even has a security officer driving around the parking lot but at the closer walmart I can go in early in the morning before 8am and after 8pm and pretty much steal whatever I can fit in my backpack.I've stolen at least $75 in clothes which include shirts and jeans,at least $50 in hygiene products like old spice and other name brands and at least $200 in electronics which mainly include charging cables and big earbud hauls I always make sure I never clear out a whole peg of one brand of headphones because I feel that that would be a sign that somebody hit the store up and if you think an employee saw you and is following you through the store you can call him or her out on it because it's against walmarts policy for employees to act as LP which includes putting their hands on you and following you through the store and out into the parking lot. You can tell who is lp and who isn't because lp where a yellow vest with a navy blue walmart logo and a white polo style shirt who are rarely seen because they are either watching the cameras which most of are fake in walmart or more often than not are sleeping or on their phones. The only time I ever heard of someone getting caught at my walmart was a kid who lives in my apartment who for whatever reason though that he could simply walk out the doors with arm full of snacks and candy long story short he was caught and banned from that location for six months only to go back a few weeks later to get himself arrested and spent about a month or so in jail im not completely sure but I heard he was banned from every walmart for life and if he ever steps foot in a walmart he will be arrested and charged with a fellony trespassing charge and a good bit of jail time

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J1534 wrote

I don't think so unless you're gonna try and sell some shirts and hipster belts I dont see anthing from hot topic that would be worth enough to turn a profit, I wouldn't bother because Hot Topic is one of those stores that will call mall security and will prosecute the

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thecathatstealsfromu wrote

to sell? idk but if you want stuff for yourself shirts are p easy if they aren't tagged (like the wall shirts) or those blind boxes (I was gonna get one but they didn't have the one I wanted). tbh you could probably sell anything bc that stuff is stupid expensive, all the ht stuff was $50

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braketheboxes wrote

If you do this. Keep it digital and keep it encrypted. There is no such thing as retroactive opsec. You don't want to incriminate yourself down the road

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J1534 wrote (edited )

I can see the upside to this but there is a downside which would be carrying the journal on you during a lift and getting caught with the journal that contains numerous lifts including what you stole every lift which could possibly incriminate you and get you major jail time supposedly $1000 of stolen merchandise can get you up to five years in jail and a $25,000 fine