Asbeshy

Asbeshy wrote

Reply to by !deleted7899

Not all stores need the 5 steps. If they see you enter with an item, leave without it, and it isn't in the room when they check, that is probable cause and they can and probably will stop you.

So just get in and out as quickly as possible without looking sus.

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Asbeshy wrote

Reply to comment by dazai in Aus Shops? by dazai

I normally only take clothes from them. Always detag and conceal in the change rooms. I have taken small homeward and electronics as well, just with brazen walkouts. That'll burn the store for a good while though.

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Asbeshy wrote

Reply to comment by !deleted11657 in by !deleted11657

Maybe bring a bag from the shop with you (concealed of course) and out the record in there and walk out. You could bring a random receipt if you wanted to

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Asbeshy wrote

Reply to by !deleted11657

Sounds like your best bet would be a walkout. What is the security like at the store?

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Asbeshy wrote

Reply to comment by JmkakMm998 in Aus Shops? by dazai

Don't know about hands on, I've never been detected. My philosophy is that if you are unsure about a store's security situation ALWAYS assume that they are hands on, and that they watch the cameras

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Asbeshy wrote

Reply to Aus Shops? by dazai

From Aus. In my experience Cotton On, General Pants, Universal Store, and JayJays are all very easy (use the change rooms to your advantage).

Higher range stores that are easy when it's busier include Connor, Roger David, and Ed Harry. Stick to the change rooms here to.

Stores like H&M, Just Jeans, Jeanswest, and Tarocash are all very hands on with their customer service, so be wary.

Also had great results with Myer and David Jones, but wait until you are more experienced to try them.

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Asbeshy wrote

You should be fine. Id avoid that store like the plague for at least 2 months though. You shouldn't get posted to any local crime pages as you didn't actually steal anything.

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Asbeshy wrote

You absolutely can hide them under your clothes, as long as they can't be seen. You basically just use the fitting rooms as a blind spot to conceal. Make sure all security tags are removed, and check for hidden ones sewn into the tags.

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