BoostinBabe

BoostinBabe wrote

Usually hotel cards and other things of the like, have a limit limit on them aka when the lease is up or when the hotel stay is done, but if you can hack/code a manager's mater key or something you won't have that time limit. It's been done before in 2018 by white hat hackers, but now the bug is fixed for that particular manufacturer. Seems like you would have to collect data on what cards are used where and the similarities between those codes.

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BoostinBabe OP wrote

Good points.

This bookstore has multiple floors with lots of parents and students going in and out. Also it’s a popular local uni so sports fans go there for memorabilia.

I used to go here but don’t anymore. Mainly looking for tech accessories and a textbook that would be in demand. I don’t plan on going back to this university either.

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BoostinBabe wrote

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You know their email? You can always send a spoof/phishing eBay and Paypal email. Make sure your fake site has a key logger or saves form data. Then you can use their un and password on a VM and VPN and get into their paypal and ebay. Just dont touch the original order or it'd be obvious who's doing it. Use the ebay order and the account to get name and location details so when you use FraudFox or some other shit you can believably mimic your VM to be like theirs.

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BoostinBabe wrote (edited )

Drugstores: late night/during low retail hours. Walkout with fake prescription bag from dumpster or double layered donut bag lol

GM stores: peak hours/rush hour.

Department stores: peak hours on weekends and weekday evenings before closing.

Most of it is social engineering tbh. Human error is the biggest vulnerability in every security system.

As far as timing tho, I never do in the mornings, especially sunday/monday mornings as that's when LP and managers and any other relevant dept does their reporting in the office, where there is definitely monitors.

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BoostinBabe wrote

Are you tech savvy? You can always try a good tech support scam/ransomware. All you really need is teamviewer and a burner phone with a good caller ID on it. Or if you already can get access to the computer. implant incriminating files/data on in his computer then ransomware him. Looking into how to fuck over pedos and other forms of scum myself.

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BoostinBabe wrote

My pea coat has gotten me further than you would think. It's not good at concealing or anything, but it's a thick material so if I happen to layer clothing, it wouldn't look like anything is happening.

Also, I'm in the New England US, one of the colder areas, so people wear coats here virtually all year except like June and July. Also: pea coats look classy and academic af, which is par for the course for anyone who's "decent" in New England.

Pea coat with dark boots and a well tied tucked scarf and no one suspects a thing.

as far as using clothing as tools. Bare in mind, I'm a young adult female so some of these may or may not apply.

  1. Pants that are form fitting on the thighs, but loose on the calves, one to two sizes larger than your actual size. People notice tops more than bottoms, and when they do notice bottoms, the areas that will be a defining feature is the calf half than the thigh half. We are socially conditioned to feel awkward or inappropriate looking or examining anywhere near the groin area. So if you happen to layer pants or leggings under your dressy bell bottom or wide leg pants. They are less likely to notice your thighs are slightly thicker.

  2. Expanding on the groin area bit: dark-color fanny packs. Good for makeup, easy to slight of hand if you act like you're pulling up your pants.

  3. Outwear with a "double layer sleeve effect. Where the inner, often softer, "wrist sleeve" can be tied, and the outer layer can be pulled over it.

  4. Thinner outwear jackets. You can tie off a sleeve and roll the ends up to make a cuff.

  5. A waist trainer. Underwear is a boundary for searches. Most LP will not loo further than opening your jacket. But they damned sure aren't allowed to strip search you. Waist trainers keep your body looking smooth and keeps lumps from being visible under what would be revealing tops. Also diminishes any magical weight gain.

  6. Sports bra. Compacts your breasts and allows you to layer bras and not have noticeably get a larger chest in minutes.

  7. Purses with dark lining. Everyone knows the dark structure purse tip, but what's better is subverting that and getting a medium to light colored structured purse with dark lining. You'll be able to cut into the lining, either from the insider or outside, and slip things between lining and outer layer of the purse. If anyone happens to look in, they'll see just your purse junk, not your stash, and the dark lining will help conceal any slits or zippers.

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BoostinBabe OP wrote

Yeah that's if the category is gated, I'm only doing ungated ones for now. And would only need the receipts if they say "hey! you're undercutting us too hard" so I could say "well fuck you I got it from XYZ retailer so unless XYZ retailer is a mass counterfeiting operation kindly fuck off."

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BoostinBabe OP wrote

I've been thinking of doing that, but walkouts give me serious nerves. Not sure when to go, how to look calm/not suspicious etc. It would help if AP wasn't in the store at all, lol. Problem is, the areas where Aldis are in bar areas/college areas, so I know the employees are at least AWARE of lifting. I've personally never seen obvious LP, but then again, I wasn't ever looking. And there could always be someone on the cameras.

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BoostinBabe wrote (edited )

If they gave a shit enough to get your plates, you'll get a call and a court date. I used to work at see vee es. The ONE time I had to go to court for lifter ( a brazen one too. The fight employees and run out type) the cops forgot to even get the fucking camera footage lmao. The only reason he was booked was his long history of lifting.

$45 isn't shit to that store. They lose that much throwing out expired food alone. You're good. If you're really bad, the store will have your face in the office, but no one pays attention to the posters (let alone remembers the face) unless there's a zealous store manager or store manager in training. Your face will be one of many on a cork board somewhere that becomes part of the background. For older buildings the camera quality is shit anyways. The live TVs you see do record, but most of the footage is people seeing themselves in the monitor and subsequently playing around in front of the camera.

Also, the footage software is a bitch to use. Most supervisors aren't trained to burn the video to a disc to even give to cops. A store manager would have to, maybe the SMIT, but the SM is usually only there in the mornings for 24 hour stores. Or opening and closing (and too burnt out tbh) to dedicate the time. The SMs typically are working 60+ hr weeks for a salary check. They are the EPITOME of wage slave. Corporate is stretched so thin and mismanages money and sales efforts all of the time and they always fuck a store level employee (typically managers) a little so they can pass off the blame. The SMs are too busy dodging bullets from higher up.

Cashiers/supervisors are either zealous or oblivious. There is no in between. The ONE store I saw guarded by anything other than employees was a cop on his phone the whole time. And it was a location in the hood. If you go to one in an area with rich people or college students, it's a cake walk. Cams aren't checked unless they know an incident happened.

Honestly, fuck that place. Rob them blind. If you beep, pretend to be confused and concerned. Offer your purse or open your coat. They'll be too lazy to actual check and will wave you on, especially if your bag is from a nearby store.

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BoostinBabe wrote (edited )

Advice from a former SA in multiple stores. The doors are literally deterrents and alarms. Alarms aren't inherently preventive. Alarms only serve the purpose of letting someone know something may have happened. Have you ever had a smoke alarm go off when you're just cooking? Or keys set off a metal detector? It's literally the same kind of nuisance.

Most SAs will wave you off if you beep but you bought something/have something alarm-able like a new jacket or a magnetic key fob, or keys in general. I've seen literal air set off those alarms. If something as simple as door alarms scare you then maybe you should research loss prevention before lifting.

Door alarms alone would not prompt a stop. There are 5 steps to lp and if you are stopped after beeping by LP, the 5 steps are already done and you've already fucked up, beeping or not.

There's literally nothing to fear about door alarms.

Plus, it's better to just beep and have a normal ass bag than to beep (yes, that can still happen with foil bags lmao) and get caught with an obviously stiffer, strangely creased bag that bumps your petty theft with a warning to a felony robbery with a criminal record....

As I've said before, foil/booster bags are an old method that everyone and their momma knows about. Like Nigerian price scams or something. Except you're doing it in person and if you're are seriously using a method from the 80s to lift in 2020, you're going to smacked hard. Especially if you don't know your shit about RF and AM frequencies.

And if you did, you'd know that foil doesn't do much to AM and RF tags are much more easily defeated by just peeling the sticker or using magnet. And you can throw a sticker on the ground, hide a tag in another product, and body conceal a magnet. Foil bags are really not worth the trouble and risk.

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BoostinBabe wrote

No one is going to tell you their Magnum opus of products for bo.0sting. Making that info publicly available will just flood the market and increase the chance of stores locking it up. See: Calculators and printer ink.

But what I can tell you is to literally shop around and look for item that sell relatively quickly for a decent price online. Assume $5 loss for first class shipping (under a pound) and $8 shipping for small items via Priority Mail.

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