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MhikeiMPC wrote

Those go for $100-150, you can easily resell them for $80. They are also not watched by lp so its an easy target.

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Thanksreddit wrote

Stealing for resale is a sure fire way to get caught. One might go missing but a dozen of them will draw investigators. I typically sell things when I upgrade my lift or lift something i thought I wanted.

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youbuyingweselling wrote

i make a good amount of money on a weekly basis stealing for resale.

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Finessed wrote

Any tips on goodies that sell well and are good for stealing? I don't live in us so don't have access to us exclusive stores.

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youbuyingweselling wrote

where do you live? last winter i had a item that i would get domestically but only had international buyers for it which was nice due to currency exchange.

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youbuyingweselling wrote

Its really all about paying attention to trends and name brands and things like that. The worst thing at the end of the day is getting stuck with a bunch of merch you don't want and can't sell, so that's why you have to be selective. I look for niche items that are higher end although I will grind out 10-20 dollar items all day and sell lots of items.

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Finessed wrote

Nice, I'm going to do a bit of scouting when i'm back in my city, I live in Western Europe and I'm not sure how strict the laws are here and if shoplifting is easy. I heard Nintendo switch games sell fast, but most of my experience with buying games required the shop employee to put the game in the box (most, if not all gaming CD boxes are empty in the store) how would I go about shoplifting this kind of stuff? I've shoplifted a few times but mostly small stuff and never really made money off of it. Any tips? And what website/app is best to sell goods on.