CaptainSoda

CaptainSoda wrote

Reply to St@ples Haul by Flit3386

Nice job, enjoy those high quality pencils. I remember back in the day seeing photos of people getting crazy hauls of those on Reddit. Sound's like you're set for a while.

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CaptainSoda OP wrote

Most those offers are scams, however some are real. Sometimes carders will sell carded goods for a discount, however the likelyhood you will be scammed is extreamly high so I wouldn't waste time with those offers. There are other ways to make money, read my shoplifting or counterfeit guides.

I also haven't been posting the past little bit, I'm just busy right now with a new method.

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CaptainSoda OP wrote

Oh yeah no worries, but if terms of cc's you can buy them off any darknet forum. If you would like to email me, captainsoda@secmail.pro I can help you out on that front too.

You would probably want to set up a proxy chain when carding with a clean exit ip in the local area, actually a clean exit ip will be regardless these days no matter how you choose too card.

Tell you what, I'll give you a credit card for free to test out with. You'll probably end up burning it, and it wont work, but with some beginners luck, you might be able to make a purchase with it.

379761562942011 | 08/25 | 6478 | Mark Israelian | 10 Westview Dr | Webster | MA | 01570 | US | 7742762684

Enjoy.

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CaptainSoda wrote

Don't buy crap from randoms on the internet, you're likely to get scammed. If this guy is legit he can point us towards his darknet market account which should offer escrow and have reviews.

Also this guy uses protonmail as a vendor, this is awful opsec for an apparently "professional" vendor who can hack a seemingly infinite amount of paypal accounts.

A message from your Captain, stay away!

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CaptainSoda OP wrote

There are a lot of services on the darknet for getting fake identities, if you would like I can do some research for you. Maybe help you get this method set up, certain online markets have escrow services. Odds are you’ll get scammed a few times, but I like to consider that as a cost of business when I embark on a new idea.

If I lose $200 in getting scammed a few times but I find someone legit who gets the job done right, then I can make thousands. A good quote is “resistance is greatest the moment before victory”, I try to follow that whenever I can, fuck it's worked wonders so far

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CaptainSoda OP wrote

Yeah, carding sadly has become more complex over time. Over the past 2 years I've slowly been moving away from it myself. For me lifting, & traditional theft + counterfeit while I'm on the road has been much more profitable, less work, and lower risk in my opinion. I feel better about stealing directly because it's less predictable.

My fear with carding is at any time law enforcement could setup a sting, they know where my package goes. If they wanted too they could catch me with just 1 cop car waiting outside the drop address, or at the UPS forwarding facility. Unless your carding digital goods (which is great when you find a good method) you always have a potential risk of getting caught.

In all honesty you could probably card with just a VPN and be fine. The vast majority of credit card fraud goes uninvestigated, however I believe it’s hugely beneficial to be paranoid.

If you need to buy CF hit me up at captainsoda@secmail.pro I can help you out.

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CaptainSoda OP wrote

Unlock the front door from the inside and walk out. It's not some special double key card government unlocking system lamo

It will set off the alarm but from the moment the alarm is set off there is about a 60 - 120 second window before police are even notified. Which is more then enough, once your on a road driving away you're not getting pulled over as even at 3 am there is still a car passing down the main roads in suburbs at 3am.

Plus response time will be around 10 minutes. Just go quick and get out of the area, drive back to your motel as I don't recommend doing this in your own city.

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CaptainSoda OP wrote

I believe that could work if you came the night before and cut a hole with wire or mini bolt cutters. For that though it would be best you had a friend waiting outside right as it happend, that way LP wouldn't have time to get into position to catch your partner.

Finding a lifting buddy is tough, while I like to work alone, a few years ago I was lifting with a cute girl for a year. Lost contact with her which sucks, but I prefer to lift alone anyways.

Bed Bath and Beyond has motion detectors at the front of the store but not in the actual store itself. She would wait under the bed, or into the storage area above the shelf and do whatever on her phone for a few hours. Then load up a cart with dyson vacumes and roombas and we would make bank from that alone.

This method should still be good if you got anyone willing to do it, or maybe might be willing to do it yourself.

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CaptainSoda OP wrote

That's true, my main concern is making sure there is no physical evidence, even if they aren't accusing me it's still a problem if stores know I handed them counterfeit. There are cameras everywhere and my hope is that the money is mixed in with the thousands of other customers or even handed back out as change to another customer.

In my experiance, they've given the bill back. I know eventually I wont get it back, but I think it would be more ab-normal for me to not demand it back. Think of the line I give to the cashier, my friend gave me the bill. What am I suppose to say: "you gave me a counterfeit but I no longer have the bill but I want real money". It wouldn't work in the context of the story I give so it would be sus if I didn't ask for it back in my eyes.

However making a big deal would also be sus, so I need to not let things pass a certain threshold before letting them keep the bill. It's a fine balancing act, but I've been doing this for years. There is no secret to it, just buy crap and keep the change. But you do bring up a valid point.

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CaptainSoda wrote

Reply to by LoveToLoot

Get a velcro strap, these can be bought from any art stores. Sow it to the bag along the side. Then on the top bit, I find it best to roll the bag closed, that way any radio waves cant escape through a crack in a fold.

Have the connecting velcro strap reach over the rolled up bag to hold it in place. I think this would be the easiest and move convenient way considering you’ll probably be in a store when doing this and want it done quickly. Straps and buttons would be too complex to do properly and take too much time when in a store and you’ve got to get this done quickly.

Roll and stick, it’s easy and quick.

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CaptainSoda wrote

Reply to Apple Store by Iwasbusted

I've stolen from the apple store once in my life. Back in the days of r/Shoplifting I heard horror stories from them. It seems too easy, stuff just sitting on shelves, no large cameras to deter you. It feels like a trap to me.

Also I am about hitting consistently for profit, not for one off vanity items. I wasn't caught but I had a bad feeling in my gut while I was there. I didn't listen and got lucky, but the rule is always trust your gut. I could have very well been busted that day all cause I wanted to save $200, fortunately I wasn't.

If you do hit an apple store, make sure it’s a one and done kind of deal. Get what you need and don’t return. In r/Shoplifting there was an article shared of a person chain hitting apple stores in various cities. They saw his pattern of going store to store and had loss prevention waiting, then busted him for a felony amount on all the other stores.

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CaptainSoda OP wrote

If this happened to me, I would probably ask "Where on the bill shows it's a counterfeit?" and attempt to get the bill physically close to me, touch it to feel the bill then take it back in a non-obvious way. While its in my hands continue observing it, and say "I don't think it's counterfeit but it feels off". I don't like to try and dispute the cashier most times if it goes smoothly.

I would then instantly reply with "Here I have another $20, would this work?" Then hand them the authentic $20 while putting the bill back in my wallet. They just need to, let me see the bill, at which point I imagine there would be a fair amount of social pressure in demanding it back, especially since as I was putting the bill back in my wallet I was asking a question and giving them another bill.

But even if they did try to keep the bill, it's not a big deal. Also I wouldn't go near a bank, way too pro with handling money haha yeah not my cup of coffee.

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CaptainSoda wrote

https://www.getmonero.org/community/merchants/#exchanges

Here is a link of trusted monero exchanges from the offical monero website, I wont tell you which one I use, the advice I'll give is find one which works over tor with javascript disabled and use that. They all do the exact same thing so pick any of them, or heck, even switch them up from time to time.

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CaptainSoda wrote (edited )

I believe you misunderstood my method. You are hiding the merchandise INSIDE the store. You are never leaving point of last sale with anything during the day.

They have nothing to arrest you on as it's not a crime to move an item off it's shelving position. Obviously they know you're stealing it IF they watch you. Good practice is to never underestimate the intelligence of your opponent, as humans we like to think everyone else is an idiot. Sadly the case is we’re likely not geniuses and other people are capable of rational thought as well, including loss prevention. But at the moment you leave you haven't stolen anything, yet.

I understand the skepticism, a healthy amount of paranoia is good in this industry. In fact I encourage you not to trust me or anyone else here, you should take every step possible to separate yourself from your real world identity and not reveal information which would identify you.

For example I connect to this website through tor, it offers an .onion url. I actually use a vpn then tor, so that my ISP cannot see I’m connecting to the tor network. This might be overkill to some people but I am likely a big target and I intend on keeping my freedom.

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CaptainSoda wrote

Transfer your bitcoin to Monero, this is 100% a requirement. It breaks the chain of custody for your coin. Then use Monero as a bank for your money.

So you should have 3 wallets.

  • Dirty Bitcoin
  • Monero
  • Clean Bitcoin

When "washing" your bitcoin it should look like this: get paid to dirty wallet --> convert to monero over tor --> convert to a clean bitcoin wallet through a clearnet exchange.

There are sites like local bitcoin, also you can find people in real life who would happily buy bitcoin for cash in larger cities at market value. These people are most likely drug dealers who have a lot of cash and need to buy crypto for their next purchase, their a great way to get clean cash while unloading bitcoin. Just make sure to meet in a public place and don't let them know how much you actually have.

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CaptainSoda wrote

Yeah I agree, no single solution will fit all needs. The best results will be the mix of various methods. I imagine not everyone wants to live as a gipsey traveling from town to town, but on the other side of the coin, not everyone wants to be pinned to a single location.

There is a website where you can browse for free campsites, it's pretty useful maybe take a look at that. Vehicle expensis would be an issue and an EV would be a great solution if you have they money, but even so gas still works perfectly fine also cars experiance much less ware during high-way driving than city (why many trucks reach 1,000,000 miles dispite carying heavy loads 24/7).

Eirther have a tent, or sleep in your car and crack the window open. It could be done very eaisly. Or if you're making bank through illegal activites on the road you could just sleep in nice hotels every night and not have to worry about funding.

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