Karljd

Karljd wrote

I know people who do it at Wal-Mart all the time. They block off their plates and park their car right outside the emergency exit than they walk out with whatever they want and take off quick. Won't work if you're known to police or the store but if they don't know your name and you don't go too overboard where they put you online or on the news than you should be fine. I'd only do it in stor3s very far from where I live that I don't intend on going back to for at least q year

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Karljd wrote

Ya dude the exact same thing happened with me with winners. Ended up getting caught with a pair of socks where there was no fucking way they would have saw me conceal them, gave them back and they didn’t charge me but I was talking to the LPO and he was telling me all the times I’ve been to winners in the past few months and which winners including times I didn’t even take anything. Basically he said they have facial recognition and whenever I walk into winners it sends them a notification saying that a known shoplifter is in their store so if they even see me pick up an item at all on camera than that item goes away than I get stopped. I was having that feeling for a while at winners before it happened and to me it sounds like you are having the same issue.

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Reply to comment by Karljd in Yikes.. by dabaddestbih

Karljd wrote

Not everyday and tbh most of the time you’ll make more money on a lot of small items rather than a few big ones. If you want personalized tips pm me

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Reply to comment by Karljd in Yikes.. by dabaddestbih

Karljd wrote

Not everyday and tbh most of the time you’ll make more money on a lot of small items rather than a few big ones. If you want personalized tips pm me

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Karljd wrote

Sell it online. It’s a small enough item you won’t have to worry about being caught especially since so many are sold and you’ve been sitting on it. Also pigs aren’t putting resources into trying to catch someone who stole one copy of battlefield. If you were a regular game thief maybe but you’d have have to steal lots for that

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Karljd wrote

I’ve done it before. But it depends on a lot of factors. It’s worth it if you have some sort of job where a stolen car would be an asset. Always park it away from your house or any other place you visit frequently I would say best place would be an industrial park. Maximize profit by going between 2 and 4. You have to find the balance where there is enough cars close together that you’re getting lots done fast but not too many where nobody is leaving their car unlocked

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Reply to comment by Karljd in Got another XS max by Karljd

Karljd OP wrote

The alarms were only in my hand long enough to take that picture and if you’re talking about the iPhones no they aren’t I’ve dealt with these a lot

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Karljd OP wrote

The thing is they had this huge case built on him but they still didn’t know who it was. They didn’t have a name. They just had the same guy stealing tonnes of shit so as soon as he actually got caught and was forced to give his name to the police all the sudden they had all they needed

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