Karljd

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Karljd wrote

To be honest I wish I knew everything I knew about lifting a few years ago because there’s a few stores I’d love to have the opportunity to hit but I hit them too hard in the past now I can’t go back. It’s all about moderation, knowing where that balance is. Ideally you don’t want there to be any store that you can’t go to unless it’s on a trip or somewhere you won’t be again

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Karljd wrote

Ya I’ve learned that lesson many times and I tell the same thing to all the people who I got boosting for me. I tell them to never be worried about coming back short or empty handed at the end of the day if you haven’t caught a charge or gotten caught after a day of lifting than it was a good day. No need to show off either. I’ve seen rookie boosters in my town come and go where after like a month of boosting they’re making 1K a day but it doesn’t last long and they get taken down quick, and when you get used to that money it’s hard to let it go unfortunately.

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Karljd wrote

I’ve found it’s really hit and miss here. A good lawyer really helps but it all depends on the judge you get. How is it that one man/woman can literally determine your fate? I’ve been extremely lucky when it comes to charges, gotten off on all of them but I have friends who have been caught for way less and gotten way worse consequences and 90% of the time it comes down to do you have money for a lawyer? And what judge did you get ?

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Karljd wrote

I lift pretty well everyday as I do it for a living right now while I’m in school. I lift every day usually but I don’t lift too many items for myself. I lift the necessities but I find I don’t really need that much. Mostly I just need money so I lift a lot of pricy electronics or things I can resell easily. Pretty much a little bit of everything. It’s even gotten to the point now that I have so many buyers for lifted items that I’ve been paying multiple people to lift items for me basically splitting the profit 50/50 so I don’t have to lift as much and can get more done. I don’t lift too many simple items anymore, mostly I’d rather have someone else do it. But the more complicated lifts I handle myself, especially ones that require a lot of social engineering because that’s really my strong suit.

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Karljd wrote

Queen size mattress from sleep country. They had one bagged up somewhat close to the door and nobody was around so me and my girlfriend at the time just walked out with it lol

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Karljd wrote

I made a mistake the felony limit is a lot lower but over 5000 is a serious felony where under is very minor. Ya they caught him in the act. Police came And he was charged with the theft from there than when he was sitting in city cells the cops came and read him more charges because the company submitted video from all of their stores and all the case files they had on him

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Karljd wrote

Ya very good possibility that if they see him put 4 bottles of Ciroc in his basket than they aren’t waiting to see where he’s going with them. If he is in a blindspot to the cameras they’ll probably wanna check it out on foot and it takes quite a bit of time to detag 4 bottles and transfer them to a bag

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Karljd wrote

Ya I’ve taught myself to have no regrets with things like that. Think more like I just barely got away with not doing something dumb to get caught rather than I could have made so much money off those. I don’t know if it’s different in the states but I’ve been on camera stealing more times than I can count really expensive things and I’ve never had it come back on me. It’s the same case with my friends with the exception of if they get caught red handed in store they may be hit with the older thefts there as well. Police don’t really go after people they can’t catch in the act here. Only other way to get caught really is if you’re caught selling the stolen item. They wanna catch you with the item or the case is weak so they don’t waste their time