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RaddleBur wrote

Are you talking about from an employees perspective?

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CALIDREAMING wrote

I had it done to me when I was working at Walmart. To this day I still don't understand how they tricked me. Our store LP told me that there was a man behind me talking and making a scene so that the customers around me weren't paying attention to the man that was at my register. He asked for change and I knew I shouldn't, but I gave it to him anyways. He kept talking to me during it so I felt like I had to be nice and act cool like I wasn't nervous as shit (I was young) He asked me for change again and I think a 3rd time. Anyways they left and like 3 hours later is when LP pulled me into their office. I was shocked when they told me but thinking back on it there was a reason I was hella nervous. Think they got like $300 from me too

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oncebusted wrote

As a worker did you ever ripoff the store you worked at? Money clothes etc? How hard would this be to do?

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CALIDREAMING wrote

I personally didn't (have worked at Jcpenny - seasonal, & walmart) When I left Walmart my old co-worker used to tell me that when we worked customer service together he would take items back to the floor, leave them at an end and walk out with the items at the end of his shift. He said people used to take tvs out the back by the loading zone. Apparently it's really easy to lift stuff from Walmart. I just never thought to.

I always take office supplies & use the printer when I need to now

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ComplexNobody wrote

I have done this once- I had a friend come into the store who i served. He gave me a £5 note and I gave him £80 change very quickly and subtly while no one was watching. Not something that could be easily picked up on a camera at all. I wasn't caught. Okay for a one off but wouldn't advise this regularly.

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Drshoplifter wrote

No. a customer/shoplifter perspective. but i could disguise myself as an employee at walmart easily. i have a uniform.