Commonlifter69

Commonlifter69 wrote

Not sure what you are trying to go for, but I'd imagine that they would have some sort of security system set up inside to detect internal movement. I think a walkout with whatever you want stuffed inside a garbage can or inside a bag of dirt would be a better bet, and if it is light, just throw it over the wall. If youreally have to do it at night you can put the item in a storage box, tie a fishing line to it, one end on the handle and the other to a stick, chuck the stick over the fence, and then reel it over at night.

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Commonlifter69 wrote (edited )

Reply to comment by deezkeys in apple watch or go pro by billyreese

eh I'd have to disagree. This advice would have held true 5-10+ years ago, but now more are more stores are moving towards coded IR keys that are unique to the store. even most new vendiing machines don't use tubular anymore. It's only a matter of time before they do the same to spider wraps, rendering our good ol s3 key obsolete as well.

wallys still does use it but they usually don't have shit worth taking anymore

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Commonlifter69 OP wrote

Reply to comment by Azballer97 in Strategy for macbook by Commonlifter69

I've always been a little iffy towards DNA, mainly due to the fact that I'll have to set up different addresses and my real card would be linked to the transaction. Feel like this might be easier, especially if I have a friend initiate the transaction in store so that even if they do get me on tapes they can't do much about it as I am already gone

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Commonlifter69 OP wrote

Reply to comment by CICLUS in Strategy for macbook by Commonlifter69

I've thought about that, but upon research I realized that this only applies to mobile devices like iphones, which have cellular data. This type of blacklist would only make it so that the device cannot use cellular service and of course, prevent it from being brought into the store for apple care. If I want to be extra safe, I can also consider selling it to some poor sap and have them find out for themselves and use the money to buy a clean one.

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Commonlifter69 wrote

BB is pretty good, I've walked out with things as big as a gaming monitor and people don't really bat an eye. You just need to time it well, and get a door greeter which doesn't pay attention to what is entering and exiting the store. Unfortunately you can only get a 700ish$ laptop like this, as the moreexpensive ones are usually locked up.

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Reply to comment by GreenGiant in Fake drivers license by Commonlifter69

First off, thank you for your input. On the issue of the QR code’s, I did some research, and it doesn’t seem like the code linked to a government database, which is a relief. It stores information in the form of text, which a scanner can read. I’m willing to spend up to 200$ for each license, since I should easily be able to make over $1k+ off of each license with if I use it at 3 stores that use TRE as well as at stores which don’t. If I get an expensive fake that is made for fooling bartenders and the like, the manufacturer should be able to print a QR code which matches the information that is used on the front right?

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Commonlifter69 wrote

Reply to Question by JimmyFro

I got mine from REI, where they left the lock unlocked, and I took it off the racks and wheeled it out like I owned it. It didn't show up on local news, but they definitely noticed because I found on the local police blotter that they logged a grand theft at that exact location, at the exact time and date. It's definitely possible if you go to a store with negligent employees.

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