GreenGiant

GreenGiant wrote

If you want to go over the top light a large roll of magnesium and drop it down the toilet as you flush. Another total destruction is getting hold of pure sodium. If you plan to pursue either of these do some serious research you can easily harm yourself if you are not careful.

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GreenGiant wrote

You will fail at this. There are way more nuances to return fraud.

You are correct that TRE is a major factor. However, your ID will need to be scannable when they scan it. If the license QR does not pull up the data to match your name, DOB, and address you will immediately fail at your return.

Returning lifted items is best done in bulk. Save up a ton of items and return them at one time for a large amount of credit. TRE is based around the frequency of the returns. You are usually limited to 3 transactions within 18 months. The way to get around this is to have a passport and visit the DMV and get an ID card. This then allows you 9 returns. Even better if you can team up with someone; each added person is 9 more transactions.

FYI this also immediately fails at Home Depot. They stopped accepting no receipt returns 80ish days ago.

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GreenGiant wrote

The best way to fuck up plumbing is to have access to the home before the drywall is added. Take a battery operated drill with the smallest drill bit you can find and drill many random holes at the very bottom of the plumbing.

Second best is to clog, or destroy, the sewer lines that are embedded in concrete.

The next best is to chop up the inline pipe in many areas before it reaches the home.

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GreenGiant wrote

You should stop lifting at the same stores multiple times. Your luck will run out.. and it is luck. Home Depot has had massive shrink since Covid. They are still hands off but they have good cameras and do use facial recognition.

Search the location in maps.google.com and visit the store during their busiest hours. You will want to do this for 2-4 weeks. Make a note of how busy they are, how many cashiers are available and if any extra staff are watching the doors. You want the holy trinity of return desk busy, multiple people in line, and no one is dedicated to watching the door.

The actual lift will be quite easy. Go ahead of time the day you are planning this. Test out several flat bed carts and find one that is easy to maneuver and does not make a lot of noise. You will want to find a generator that is not stacked two or more high. Wedge the cart with something or against a rack, lift one end of the generator onto the cart and then pull or push it all the way onto the cart. I would not take the Dewalt generator they are source tagged. After that it is all about looking confident and just pushing it out the door. I have picked up two of Ego Power generators and not had any issues.

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GreenGiant wrote

You have an rfid buried in the shoe somewhere. It is the same with Barnes and Noble bags. They hid a tag in an area you can not get to without deactivating the sensor.

Next time you go to Walmart or anywhere that has shelf checkout run the shoes over the price scanner. There is an embedded detagger in the unit.

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