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Drshoplifter wrote

they will know when they do inventory once every few months but several thefts will come up and they wont bother. conceal off camera, its as simple as that. please be careful. that has probably saved me countless times over the years. and make sure no ones following on foot.

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Drshoplifter wrote (edited )

What are my plans? everything... especially with christmas. my priority is gaming systems for the kids of poor families. ill probably pawn them off for a ridiculous price like 60 bucks each. if that. im a giver. i did it last year and several years before and ill do it again. all from best buy. best buy is much easier than the lifting community thinks.

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Drshoplifter wrote (edited )

some stores are that easy. in fact many are. but it still pays to be careful my friend. thats something ive learned along the way. and thankfully i have never been caught as a result. only banned, or yelled at by management after dumping goods.

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Drshoplifter wrote

You stage an item in a blind spot of the store and if it’s still there the next day your good to go. I’ve done a lot of research and even had a job as lp and no one is going to leave a staged item for more than a couple hours if it’s noticed. It’s basically 100 percent safe

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Drshoplifter wrote (edited )

personally i like cabelas, bass pro, or academy, more blind spots so i KNOW they wont be able to stop me. at cabelas and academy the security is better but i dont care. because its better blind spots. i dont take chances.

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Drshoplifter wrote (edited )

all i know is the security isn't too great and cameras are not always monitored. thats all i know. id be careful still. getting caught would suck. and if they do try to stop you, run. dont ever comply and go to the back with them. if they're hands off theyll lie and say everything will be ok if you cooperate. i worked in lp. if they're hands on theyll grab your wrist or do something similar to let you know they're hands on right when they approach you

Reply to First Lift by /u/acid_dust

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Drshoplifter wrote (edited )

my first was a watch at walmart, i left out the garden center so it'd be obvious if they were following me out. tho they could've ran after me through the other entrance where their office is located, right in the doorway where you get shopping carts. and that started 9 and a half years of shoplifting and not getting caught.

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Drshoplifter wrote (edited )

dude i know a guy who walks out with a shopping cart full of stuff, beeping on the way out at walmart, receipt checker yelling at him to stop. he ignores and gets away every time, hes even better than me. its lurkers1 hes on this forum. ive been getting away nine and a half years and i think hes better than me...

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Drshoplifter wrote

Pretty much all tags set off alarms except wine bottle and ink tags. you can do like i do and beep on the way out, ignoring people yelling at you to stop. or you can get an s3 key or block the tag signal with a layer to 2 of aluminum foil

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Drshoplifter wrote (edited )

not if your careful bud. ive been doing this for years my friend. just be careful and youll be fine. i know people who are much bolder than me and still get away every time. i am however very careful and have managed to get away for nine and a half years, and thats at least 3 days a week, usually 5

Reply to comment by /u/Drshoplifter in Bag or no bag? by /u/kurtzie

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Drshoplifter wrote (edited )

just make sure you aren't being followed when you conceal. ive caught them following a couple times. but thats only twice out of the probably 1200 times ive lifted. i used to be lp too so i guess i know what im doing

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Drshoplifter wrote

Don’t be sorry. And also don’t be too afraid to use bags. If you have a bag and I thought you were just shopping. I wouldn’t waste my time following you. Shoplifters give off several signals. Body language is where lp develops instinct.