ItWasMe

ItWasMe wrote

Sometimes I take 15$, sometimes upwards of 700$ at a time, but none of that matters from an income perspective if I have to hoard it in a house. I don’t experience withdrawal, but it would be nice to be able to offload some jackets.

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ItWasMe wrote

I’m not sure what your opinion is about this, but going to Macy’s and just throwing a few shirts on under a hoodie in a messy changing room has worked for me for over a year now. Just an additional thought.

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ItWasMe wrote

Reply to by !deleted22945

Or you could just conceal and leave. I don’t think it’s worth the extra trips to go out to thrift stores to find knockoffs of what you want. I can see how this might work for a watch or something but when it comes to clothes concealing is still the primary method for me.

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ItWasMe wrote

Reply to by bruhmoment

If you’re eighteen or nineteen, selling one the bay is pretty viable without your parents noticing. If you’re younger, I have no experience in that.

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ItWasMe wrote

I don’t know about you, but the Nordstrom near us is extremely expensive with Canadian Goose and brands alike. I’d have to assume that those cameras are actively monitored. Almost everything has 2alarms as well. I live in a fairly rich, safe area.

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ItWasMe wrote

You claim it’s fake, so I’ll take a word for it, but damn if a personal is that illiterate on social media I’m just gonna look the other way.

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ItWasMe wrote

I sell on ebay. It’s been just over a month with about 3k in gross. I have some bread and butter that some people don’t think about, but it may depend on what state you’re in. Feel free to message me!

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