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ravengrace wrote

Clothes and Shoes. Back from the City into a smaller community and its so much easier to lift clothes and shoes because a lot of places at the Mall don't even have tags/ alarms. Not me, but someone recently just went into La Senza and blatantly grabbed a huge box of panties and walked out lol. Everyone saw him yet nothing happened, mall security was not effective and didn't even show up. Art supplies too at Michaels.

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Amberzey wrote

Olay Regenerist micro sculpting cream $25 Olay Regenerist face wash $10 Body washes $10-$15 High end foundation makeup $55

And the funniest of all... 4 ribeye steaks on accident. Was in self checkout and loaded up my bags on top of the steaks. Oh well.

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Drshoplifter wrote (edited )

Good liner locks don’t suck! I like lifting tools. True value, omg I loved it. You were right I was in for a treat.

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RobbinHood92 wrote

I been working a lot recently. But last week. I upgrade my wardrobe a bit.

Like added about $300+ worth of clothing. But then it’s like 7-8 clothes because everything is like $80 MSRP lol

But yeah. I got some nice clothes :3

Also I got some spices for my food I’m about to cook. Man those stuff are expensive. $5 for a glass shot >.>

But it’s free. What am I complaining about lol

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Amberzey wrote

I need clothes for work. Only grabbing 1 or 2 shirts a trip isn't working for me anymore.

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slickwillie79 wrote

I've been lifting expensive supplements from whole foods lol I've been getting $40 a box for multivitamins lmao! Damn that place is such a fuckin rip off

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DontFuckWithTarget wrote

Lol I frequent Whole Foods too, but mainly for personal groceries. Wtf, you can make $40 a box selling?? Which ones do you get?

Also, what are your methods? I do walkouts, however, this last time was a close call.

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Throwdown321 wrote

vitamins, and supplments are very expensive, i bought 1 get 1 free deals at safeways, doesnt really matter if its organic or not.

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0siris wrote

Reptiles and tropical fish, along with the equipment for enclosures. Gaming consoles and food. Lots of food

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DontFuckWithTarget wrote

Food for sure, I always try to get the most expensive.

Where do you get the gaming consoles??

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0siris wrote

My Walmart, I went yesterday after I pmed you. No lp after 10 (they close at 11) and I just walked in. Had a friend distract the electronics guy and picked the lock. I made my backpack look really full when It was just a cardboard frame inside. Stuffed a switch, a 3ds and a shit ton of games in there.

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FuckWalmart wrote

Multiple people have mentioned picking the tubular locks at Walmart, but can't they just check surveillance footage later? This method doesn't sound smart at all.

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Anonymouse wrote

According to a guy I know that used to work at WM, they only do inventory once a month so they shouldn't even notice it missing until then. I doubt their cameras hold that much footage, probably a week or two at most.

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Lurkerz wrote

God damn badass sounds like something I'd do if I could pick locks

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0siris wrote

Its not hard, just look it up and practice with a padlock. I used bobby pins ( i broke two when i was doing it so b careful.)

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RobbinHood92 wrote

Holy shit lol. My goodness ballsy as fuck.

Good job. Good job my man.

Doesn’t the stuff set off alarm? Or you already boosted your bag? :3

Anyways. Good job again lol

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0siris wrote

My bag was boosted beforehand. I sold most of the games but kept the switch, I got a snake from a chain pets store today though.

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Drshoplifter wrote

Be careful and make SURE lp isn’t there when you do that. I did a walkout at Walmart with some computers to sell and a tv I wanted for my room. I pretended to apply to get shift times

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Drshoplifter wrote

I’d even bring pepper spray in case they try to chase you. It’ll disable them so they can’t even see to chase you

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0siris wrote

I don't bring weapons but I can outrun most people. I'm a competitive cross country and track athlete and there are very few people who are able to catch me on foot.

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Throwdown321 wrote

pepper spray is consider assault, when your not begin attacked or apprehened. aka a felony i believe, since its involved in stealing.

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Lurkerz wrote

Literally anything that I can sell and make profit lol lately it's been makeup surprisingly I've found it flips insanely fast online its just harder since I'm a guy.

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thief wrote

Lift power tools.

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Lurkerz wrote

Yes and no because you see they may be worth more but can you regularly take alot of them without getting noticed? Probably not

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lift_fever wrote

I’m a girl but I’m just curious - How do you lift makeup as a guy? I feel so out of place when I’m in a Home Depot lol.

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Lurkerz wrote

Lol I've found makeup is one of the most profitable and fastest things to flip. I hit ulta and sephora and tjmaxx frequently...if it's really busy I just make sure I'm dress really well then I walked in pretend to call my "girlfriend" and fake conversation grabbing her what shes telling me then in ulta for example I'll head back over to hair products conceal everything and leave...I basically lifted 1 of every too faced product at ulta and Sephora this week alone plus tarte,lancome,marc Jacob's. For a straight guy I literally knew everything about makeup but I taught myself so I can make more $$ lol

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lift_fever wrote

Ooh, the phone thing is so smart. Honestly you’d probably get sussed less as a guy because if you were LP who would you watch - the teen girl with a purse who needs the makeup for personal use, or the guy who’s getting in and out to grab a few things for his girlfriend? The only thing is that SAs might be more on your ass by assuming you need help but the phone call saves you from all that.

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Throwdown321 wrote

really depends on how you use your phone, its an old trick, and i was able to flush out a undercover security because he was prenteding to be on his phone, it wasnt even on.

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Camark3 wrote

I agree with this. Depends on how you're using it, but the phone is an old trick.

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LikeDigitalaoap wrote

Stupid question. Will my golf detacher set off an alarm? Do I need to wrap it in foil before I enter the store and after? I can’t seem to get an answer to this question.

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RobbinHood92 wrote

Well. You have to walk in the store first.

Acted surprised and everything when the alarms goes off and look at the employee. Like I’m innocent and have nothing on me D: look.

You learn and try again next time :3

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Drshoplifter wrote

Go lift a Kershaw knife if you can. Kershaw leek, cryo. Or blur. Personally I lift wine and things like headphones that I can sell

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Drshoplifter wrote

There’s nothing like having a good knife with me when I go out. Or if em even just going to work

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Whatchagonnado wrote

I got a $200 (at belk so waaaay overpriced) block of knives. I love to cook, so can’t decide whether to keep or sell.

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thief moderator wrote

Was it an easy lift? If so, then you can go back and do another one and sell one or the other lol

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Whatchagonnado wrote

Yes, easy af.

And I am going back, it’s just about an hour from home, so takes a bit of planning.

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LikeDigitalaoap wrote

Groceries.

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FuckWalmart wrote

Where, and what's your method?

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LikeDigitalaoap wrote

Damn I’m embarrassed to say. Here goes. I load up at the hotbar at my local grocery store, grab a hand cart then put the hotbar food in the handcart, with say a bulky item like a stack of bananas. Go to the bathroom, eat my food. Pay for bananas and like $2.00 in leftovers. Sometimes I go to the bathroom and put most of the food from the hotbar in my glass Tupperware container then pay for $2.00 worth. I try not to fuck with plastic.

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a7824 wrote

nothing lately but usually stickers and whiteout pens. you can buy a paper and put the stickers in there