Hardlyworking4

Reply to comment by Hardlyworking4 in Fitting rooms closed! by DeleeGirl

Hardlyworking4 wrote

Oh here's another one.

  1. Get a large cooler from the Camping department, or a large anything, suitecase, tote.

  2. Stuff clothes in there. Seal box, or close up lid or suitcase.

  3. Buy suitcase (and a DVD that will set the alarm off)

  4. Return suitcase and DVD another day.

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Hardlyworking4 wrote (edited )

Or you can start thinking outside the box. Like this:

Ignore any tags and bag up items as much as you can get out with safely.

Then, buy tools or a DVD (items that normally set off alarms)

When the alarms go off.... Oh it was just this DVD I bought.

See?

Also

If you (not actually saying you are, but in general) are gonna be ballsy enough to steal, then you should also get over your "door alarm" panic. You don't have to stop. You can keep going. :)

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Hardlyworking4 OP wrote

You all can down vote me as much as you want but this was actual real advice. Nothing I gain from it. In fact i answered several PMs from people with no added benefit to me besides adding insight to people who desperately need it. :) Too bad you missed out. Read my previous posts. Judge for yourself.

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Reply to comment by Hardlyworking4 in returning lifted items? by 167t

Hardlyworking4 wrote

You are 16? No that shouldn't matter. If the receipt is cash they Will. Some will with debit cards. If you find a debit or cc or gift card receipt I have another strategy to turn it into cash. Can you pm me though?

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Reply to comment by Hardlyworking4 in returning lifted items? by 167t

Hardlyworking4 wrote (edited )

Multiple walmarts. I check the direction of the wind and find them in the parking lot at about 6 pm. No id is necessary with an actual receipt. Use the Wal-Mart app. But be autonomous about it... Vpn. Fake email etc

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