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hey guys new user here looking for tips to get more advanced with lifting

Submitted by zx1300 in Shoplifting (edited )

Hey all I've been lurking for about a month now on raddle and finally decided to create an account. I came over here from Reddit due to liking more of the content on here. So I've been lifting for a few months now from various stores and have had no problems. My biggest one was recently where I price swapped an item at a walmart, I changed the price of it two weeks before I came back and got it. No one changed the tag I had attached and it went just fine. At stores like wmart and target I'm price swapping things and not scanning everything. other places I will just walk out with them concealing it, especially the makeup stores. I'm curious on becoming more advanced on concealement methods and also on price swapping easier. Are there any type of jackets or clothes I can purchase or ways to modify it so I can hide items easier in (like for example, an attachable pocket I can put inside my pant leg), where should I look to get them? And also for price swapping, has anyone ever tried printing out bar codes they stole into a whole sheet of them as stickers so it's easier to put them on items rather than using tape? Any tips are greatly appreciated, thanks guys!

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Megalomaniac wrote

As far as price swapping goes, I go to the fabric section and grab one of those $.97 cent squares. Cut out the barcode at home with an exacto knife, peel it off, then keep it on a small plastic card (library card is what I use). When it comes time to use it I peel it off and put it in the palm of my hand then scan that instead. Once I leave I put it back on the card for future use. If it stops sicking either clear tape or just get a new piece of fabric. Recently actually purchased a Hot Wheel car (also around $.97ish; just didn't feel like lifting it - was in a rush) for the same purposes.

Careful with no scanning. Was at a Walmart today that apparently had new cameras that watched body movement from above. Could tell I was scanning an item and moving a second item to the bag while the scanner was red. Will then require the person monitoring to enter their code to authorize continued purchase and give the option to rescan or not rescan AND shows them a clip of what you did. Got lucky today - guy didn't give a flying f* even though it happened multiple times. Though apparently everyone was having issues because it's "sensitive to movement/scanning certain ways." This was the first time I've encountered a self checkout like this; was next to the highway though so it could just be at high loss stores (for now).

Also have another type of concealment. Usually only do this when I have a lot of groceries. Get whatever I want and put it at the bottom of the cart first. Then get the cheapest big bag of cat food/litter (actually have cats) and place it on top of the items. Go through self checkout, scan the food/litter bag with the gun then proceed to scan other items normally (often not scanning everything as well) and throwing the bags on top of and around the litter. Obviously wouldn't work with a lot of thick items (maybe one of two if you center them), but perfect for quite a few small/flat items. Probably ended up with close to $130 (+ tax) worth of hair styling products today using this method. Suppose one could double that by repeating the process with items on top of that bag and another bag. Optionally scanning both bags (though I'd probably scan just one and pretend to scan both with the gun.)

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Whatchagonnado wrote

Hey! I Also have cats. I only do it about every other month at the same store, for example Martins Or Food Lion. I go in, fill up with litter and cat food, maybe some expensive meats or some other things that I want that are large, and walk out with the whole cart.

Alternatively you could steal some bags and put a bunch of small things in them if you preferred that.

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Yourlocallifter wrote

Attaching a faraday bag to the inside of your pants is a good tactic. Or putting it in a backpack and locking it “to maintain privacy”. Get an s3 key to unlock spider wire and alpha cases. Yeah, that’s all I have.

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Drshoplifter wrote

I love how members copy my methods, makes me feel like a pro. Yes this is a very good technique, make sure you look like your just shopping too. dont look around much until your about to conceal.

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zx1300 wrote

Where can I obtain a s3 key? And thanks guys for the advice. Apologies for not being on in awhile!