ElectroKool

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ElectroKool wrote

I get ya. And its just to gain experience of walking away since its so awkward. In my area we have a exit in the furniture section of the mall with no sensors so I’m pretty inexperienced despite doing this for a while.

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ElectroKool wrote (edited )

Damn this is true. But what if you split up your “business” across multiple shops like Mercari, Ebay, Amazon, Facebook, and even to friends.

I’m no expert by any means, but I’ve heard that people got a good following and loyal customers that they could regularly sell to.

Correct me if I’m wrong, but a quality over quantity mindset wouldn’t make you stick out as well. Like selling one high-end camera every now and then, but mixing low-end things to get you a stable income.

I’m not at that point yet but just putting my thoughts out there.

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ElectroKool wrote

Never been to Sephora, but how’d you do it. Just take and conceal in a blind spot? Or are they easily pocketable?

Want to know because I’ve heard make-up sells well.

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ElectroKool wrote

Do they actually count the individual clothes or ask for it because you can just grab like 10 and say you have 8. However, if they do count each piece on the way in, but not on the way out then you can just conceal it and run out.

If you really wanted you could conceal in a blind spot but just go in the changing room to remove tags without any chance of being seen.