Lebg

Lebg wrote (edited )

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I read all your threads about carding and didn't know that this kind of stuff existed so I looked on internet what it was to help me understand what you were talking about. This is definitely not my type of illegal activity and it seems so complicated to learn as I'm not good with computers and all but I fell on websites where carders sell their ability to people like me. It feels to me that it is necessarily a scam bc why people that can pull out thousands of dollars out of nowhere sell it for a hundred bucks (saw few ones that sell MacBook iPhones or 8000$ western union for 500$). For someone like you that knows what it is all about, is it a scam or can I really take advantage of these offers. Or maybe, you know some legit carders that sell their ability (to me darknet seems the best place for people like this not regular internet but I'm no expert).

The website I fell on is cardingteam dot net

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Lebg wrote

Sorry I'm a little late to the party but I was considering acquiring the 2 in 1 jammer from bombastersho because the electronic store that I'm targeting has magnet detector gates at the entrance. Are you 100% sure that jammers are not powerful enough with alpha spider wraps or alpha cases? I don't know how the jammers work but thought it was jamming the signal of the gate not of the tag.

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Lebg wrote

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30% off is still very decent to me, I personally sell on websites dedicated to second hand items and I can't get rid of my goods at more than half of the original price even if I label them as brand new. I'm not familiar with eBay but I might try it now that I read your thread on fencing goods on it and considering that you sell at 70% of the in store price. I just don't understand if you use eBay as an individual like people use it to sell second hands goods or if you present yourself as a private company because both categories exist on eBay. I think the second ones can manage to sell at an higher price but if you can sell at 70% as an individual it is not necessary.

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Lebg wrote

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From my modest experience of reselling stolen goods I realized that stealing a high value item doesn't necessarily mean that you can resell it quickly and at a high price. Reselling items with high demand like Bose headphones or airpods is way much easier than reselling razors. To me electronic door locks and bathroom faucet seem too specific and with a very low demand. I understand the argument that they are not watched as tightly as high end electronics but does it worth it? Do you resell it fast and at what percentage of the original price?

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Lebg wrote

100% sure I wanted to verify once and I bought a cheap t shirt so I went to checkout and then I replaced the paid t shirt by the exact same but taken from the shelves and it set off the gate, I waited for a vendor that checked my ticket and ripped off this tag and said I can go bc technically I bought it. Maybe some of them don't work but they are supposed to be deactivated at checkout. It is so easy to rip them off and hide them that I prefer to do it and not take risks. Are the tags like this at your uniqlo store or are they hard tags?

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Lebg wrote (edited )

At my uniqlo it is very easy to shoplift, it is the store I shoplift the most because there is no hard tag you just have to rip off the cardboard tag with the price like this. A few years ago there were still hard tags so it might depend on the store. If there are no hard tag it is very easy you can rip them off without going to the fitting room if your store is big enough. I hide the tags under a pile of ugly things and I just walkout (super easy). I read that these tags can be partially teared to stop working but I prefer to be sure that it won't ring even if in my country there is nobody to stop me if it does.

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Lebg wrote

You wouldn't say it if not it's just hard to tell by text if it's ironical or not. Sorry if I doubted about your honesty. anyway i'm not concerned as I live in europe but I think it would be hard for you to know if it had been obtained legally or not if all is done anonymously. Good luck for your business

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Lebg OP wrote

Thanks man those are quality vids. Can we easily spot these gates cause I work with golf magnets and s3 key but I want to step up my game. Are there one gate for rf/am detection then one like this separated from the other or does it exist gates with both features included in it? The second case would be harder to avoid and would need much more precautions.

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