J1534

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J1534 wrote (edited )

Be careful some greeters will actually check the receipts especially at bog box stores like Sams club and Costco where they don't have bags to bag up your items

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J1534 wrote

Every one of the involved employees should be jailed for murder no reason to do all that nonsense over some stolen items especially not to an old man who was probably shoplifting because social security is piss poor

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J1534 wrote (edited )

I think they only require Id if you used a debit or credit card I assume to prove you're the one who made the purchase. I would suggest only using cash to avoid getting yourself identified. When I lift I don't carry any id in case I was to get caught

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J1534 wrote (edited )

I like to go into walmart early in the morning after I get off the bus headed home from work while everybody is over in the groceries preoccupied with stocking food etc my apartment shares a fence with a walmart so it's really easy for me to steal and quickly get to my apartment before anybody notices I lifted which my location is a smaller location,theres no auto or garden sections and only one entrance but anyway I have a backpack I carry with me that contains stuff like portable phone charger,umbrella,wallet etc which is usually pretty empty and I lock one of the pockets with a lock. I try to go in already having decided what I plan to lift and walk around the store acting like im looking at a few things then I head for said items which my last lift which was a little over a month ago was about $50 worth of earbuds which I took over to the aisle in mens clothes where the stock all the really cheap faded glory jeans and put the items in my backpack and put the lock through the zippers. If you try the lock method and get stopped they can't make or force you to unlock your backpack because you can say that it's a violation of your privacy. I sometimes buy a cheap $.97 deodorant stick to throw enployees off you're less likely to get stopped if employees saw you pay and you can show a receipt

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J1534 wrote (edited )

Ok the problem is that they should have abandoned the merch as soon as the realized thw cops were tailing them but they really screwed up by driving off down the street causing a police chase which is what got them jail time

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J1534 wrote

You'd be better off lifting yugioh cards because they're worth more and are worth the risk...difference between pokemon and yugioh tcg is that with pokemon is mainly younger kids who rely on their parents to buy them the cards but with yugioh is mainly people in their twenties to early thirties who are down to spend $100+ on one card

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J1534 wrote

Be careful if you lift and go back to try and return the items... If you can't provide a valid receipt the have to check the system to see when you supposedly purchased the items and when they can't find anything they get to choose whether or not to call lp because at that point it looks like you stole the items

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I'm very iffy on lifting from the mall because there's a high chance that I'd be caught because employees are supposed to be on the lookout for shoplifters and are supposed to call mall security the second they see someone conceal items and leave and the mall will file for a court hearing and you'd most likely get charged with felony theft,mall's do not play around when it comes to theft