HardlyWorking

HardlyWorking wrote

Reply to comment by !deleted12707 in by !deleted12707

Yep ok. I am sure you know this but having or using an s3 key is a burglary charge a felony.

Setting off spider alarms don't incure any charges at all just draws a lot of attention !

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HardlyWorking wrote

Reply to comment by !deleted12707 in by !deleted12707

Spider wrap you can generally get off by pulling on two of the wires to get one corner out then it frees the item. The alarm won't sound for pulling or even yanking on the wires. Or take to the bathroom cut wires and flush. Never tried that one.. But heard the alarm isn't as loud if you do that.

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HardlyWorking wrote

Reply to comment by !deleted12022 in by !deleted12022

Yeah and they rarely check. I'd be more worried about the electronic info submitted to the foods stamp program. But then again it's government and about 10 years behind technology.

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HardlyWorking wrote

Reply to comment by Blizzy in Spider wrap security by Blizzy

Pretty sure it won't have a tag but do this. Conceal.. go into restroom and examine the packaging for square or rectangular stickers. The ones I find are plain white. Also hard tags are pretty easy to spot but look out for them. Peel or slice these off. Or get rid of packaging all together in the bottom of the bathrooms trash can. Flush any stickers tags. The sticker tags are generally near the barcode on the inside of packaging.

Worst case you set off alarms. No big deal just keep walking /talking on call phone acting naturally.

I like this plan for two reasons. 1 time to examine/remove for tags and 2. L.p. can't apprehend you if they follow the 5 rules.

But this is based on Wal-Mart rules.

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