DontBeStupidCrimeSmart

DontBeStupidCrimeSmart wrote

Reply to by !deleted33951

It’s be a felony just cutting the gate as that’s considered burglary and as for the pallet idea it most likely won’t work as there are usually a overnight shift that come in and do restocking of the shelves for the next day so by time you got there it’s probably be gone.

Not to mention they’ll eventually find those items kitting on the pallet and wondering why it there which might prompt theft prevention into Looking at the cameras which will then show you putting them there and then from there would be able to back track where you entered the building getting a description of your vehicle if not the plate.

You’d be better off just picking two up and walking out the door with em as most stores like Walmart, Home Depto ect aren’t allow to attempt to hold you but they’re allowed to follow and could get your car and plate

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DontBeStupidCrimeSmart wrote

If you’re talking about just the stack of cards they sell in the toy department and impulse buy counters then no but most things considered toys or for kids aren’t tagged unless they’re worth several hundred

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DontBeStupidCrimeSmart wrote

Reply to by theremedyman

That’s called an odometer, a speedometer shoes your speed not miles and no not without messing with the whole computer system which requires a specific device to access.

If this was predated before we had display odometers when cars used actual dials you used to be able to roll the odometer back a lot if crooked used car dealers would do that to trick people into buying a car that only had 45,000 miles on the dashboard but in reality had over 100,000

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DontBeStupidCrimeSmart wrote

Reply to by AnarchyPull

There are a lot of things of value such as computers, laptops, MacBooks, iPads ect but....

If you’re doing this just for TikTok don’t be a dumbass as you’ll get caught either by camera or tracking devices

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DontBeStupidCrimeSmart wrote

Grocery stores with liquor just grab a bottle and shove it down your pants when no lines looking but be sure to buy a few things to avoid looking suspicious.

But don’t go for the high end stuff Like Crown Royale as they have anti-theft caps that only a specific tool to open unless you’re okay breaking the bottle and letting the liquid drain out into a bucket or domethkng

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DontBeStupidCrimeSmart wrote (edited )

No those are 1,000% real and very high resolution that can zoom in so close to see you’re clogged pores perfectly….

Have you seriously never seen the monitors hanging in the entrance and exit that you can see the cameras are watching you

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DontBeStupidCrimeSmart wrote

Reply to comment by theremedyman in by !deleted33886

You must either be a kid who has no clue how banks work, not have a bank account or just too stupid to realize everything you suggested of this advice is beyond stupid.

1.Never write out a check in YOUR NAME always write it out to cash but don’t do any of this period as banks require an ID and often times a fingerprint when cashing a check and doing so you just handed the police all the information needed to issue a warrant for check fraud once the account owner discoveres the fraud.

  1. Banks will NEVER give out the personal information including balance to anybody except account holders and authorize users and don’t bother claiming to be the account owner as you’ll be asked security questions only the account owner will use.

  2. The only option this OP has is to make a wire transfer from the breached account to another banking account but again that will lead the police right to your door as you’ll need your own bank account access to receive transferred money which the bank will have on file because why?

If you guessed because you had to show ID in order to open said account which the bank will hand over to police to come arrest you then ding! Ding! Ding! You win!

So no there is nothing you can do with the account that wouldn’t lead your eventual arrest.

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