Garbagecanman

Garbagecanman wrote

She will probably ask for a receipt unless you time it right and the door person isn't looking but just ask like your DEAF and keep walking don't look back.

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Garbagecanman wrote

Reply to comment by BigThief in by !deleted6627

Yeah I'm aware of the policy cause some lifts they were definitely aware. Recently I think I got "green-lighted" at the lowes in my town there is 3 that I frequent and when I hit 2 recently so separate days and stores an employee would follow me out into the parking lot trying to get my license plate and take pictures. So I'm thinking LP is on to me and told employees to watch out for me or something idk but unfortunately I'm refraining from lowes for now. I have a Homedepot but it's not as easy to boost from.

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Garbagecanman wrote

Reply to comment by !deleted6627 in by !deleted6627

Honestly I just walk out, just face the writing or label towards you so to any employee you literally have a unmarked cardboard box. Then just confidently walked out with it. That is the key if you start speed walking/avoiding eye contact/ any behavior that makes you seem nervous makes people suspicious. But if your mindset is "I'm just walking out to my car with this stuff I purchased" you'll be totally fine!

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Garbagecanman wrote

Reply to comment by Undetectable in by !deleted6627

I agree yeti sells well, what store do you get them from in quantity anyway? The times I do score yeti stuff I typically hit a lowes that carries yeti "some don't". Then I wait till I'm not around anyone and monkey climb up the shelves and grab a brown cardboard box of yeti overstock. It's like the lottery cause I don't open it till I'm home so you know its gonna be yeti products but it ranges from every size mug to the big coolers.

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Garbagecanman wrote

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If you have a store that has multiple FireTVSticks out in the open they will all sell quick on marketplace cause everyone is jailbreaking them. Some other quick money ideas are any Cordless Dewalt/Milwaukee power tools, anything Dyson, any mainstream brand smarthome/security products, Portable harddrives/SSD'S, internet media streaming Devices ex Roku,chromecast,firestick ^^^with the firesticks. I know a good chunk of those items may be hard to obtain but some aren't bad!

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Garbagecanman wrote

Yeah I've always assumed when I have done it that way that the employee once they realized would run to the door and be looking for me. So how I do walks out and how I boost in general is very situational/dependent on what items I'm taking.

Sometimes yes I literally don't bag or hide anything and just walk the fuck out! Lmao but other times and I do this method most frequently is I'll grab a garbage can which I then hide any smaller items that would normally be bagged up if I paid. Once it's full or I have what I want I always get what I call "filler" items such as paper towels,dog food ect for the sole reason that I believe it makes the cart more believable than just a garbage can with a lid shut "bonus points if you actually need the filler items"

So your cart will look as so garbage can full of stuff lid on, big pack of paper towels, and a doormat. My logic is any of these items wouldn't be bagged even if I did pay thus I think it's less sketch. Now decide which door your using and walk in out.

The key here is confidence once you commit to going keep your head up,don't avoid eye contact/be anxious, normal walking pace,if asked for a receipt I either completely ignore them OR as I'm still walking say I left it at the register and continue forward SAME GOES FOR DOOR ALARM remember this YOUR DEAF simple as that. What I mean is do exactly what you what do if they hadn't have beeped so don't stop,look back, start running literally just keep walking. ***Keep in mind you can swap garbage can with a tote,backpack literally any storage like thing you can hide all your small items in. However I never use totes anymore cause all the workers seem to be trained that totes with lids=stealing

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Garbagecanman wrote

I have over the last three years or so been able to score probably 3 nice cameras two of them were either T6 or T7. One I got at target when they just had it sitting out and the other at kohl's they had sitting out. Then most recently I scored a Sony 20 megapixel camera "don't remember the model" from best buy that retailed for 1200$. It was a open box item so they had it in a alpha case, I unlocked put it in my jacket and bounced immediately. Fast forward a day or two later I enter this same best buy and soon as I walk in an employee goes sir can you come with me I need to discuss something with you...I said nope I don't have any to talk about and walked out/left that area.

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Garbagecanman wrote

I have done this method a few times ^^ I always imagine the worker looking around like wtf then just being pissed when they realize what happened. How I do it is first the store/self-checkout has to be busy otherwise I don't even attempt. I basically am banking on the worker running the self-checkouts to have to assist another customer when I'm done ringing up. So when I'm almost done I'll see what the worker is doing and speed up or slow down depending. Soon as they go to help someone else's machine I'm gone skirttt, then I promptly exit either flash an old receipt or nicely decline the door person and succes! Also if anything you got has source tags they will be deactivated since you rang everything up so you shouldn't beep. Personally I use this method few and far between if I can walkout "smoothly" I'll always do that over anything to do with self-checkout.

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