2389d93dh

2389d93dh wrote (edited )

This really helps and explains why i saw a store position for loss prevention after i made my take. >]

i probably will have 2 work on "borrowing" some headphones.

As for the natural part i'll probably will wait in line a couple minutes then have 2 make my morning power walk.

Thanks for the luck and love, Fred's Hat

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2389d93dh wrote (edited )

Watch youtube usually i search [store name] + shoplifting, research loss prevention policy/tactics/legality. Google is your scumbag friend and plan your lift according to times of busyness and escape route with maps. park your shit a decent distance away Browse the business's reddit or personal forums. read employee and customer reviews of the store to get a feel for the environment. are they sloppy? got shit morale?Overworked?Lines up and out of the ass? those are some nice check marks. Look into the weather and dress in accordance.Work on cardio and squats it'll fucking pay dividends and is great for any emergency. Lastly be confident, if youre worried then other people will feel it, people are pack animals and it is not a good idea to panic the herd.

ps

this is decent enough channel to get some tips, also i am amateur myself

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9kcoxvqdueev5xXobmA8vA

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2389d93dh wrote

this forum is pretty ded friend, but here is my input as an amateur shoplifter in the usa

I'd say yes especially since cops were not involved,i would return it at a different store, have someone else do it and i dont c legally how they would refuse it. The best they could do is trespass MAybe

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