Lifting_mammoth

Lifting_mammoth wrote

Reply to by !deleted8486

I would say you got lucky. You are lifting in a 'city' where they control the police, the land, and the employees. You got lucky on your last lift.

Why lift from one of the hardest places on earth? You do know if you get caught you are banned from all Disney property for a couple years.

You are going to lift massively overpriced items. Lift from the Disney store.

Good luck to you either way.

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Lifting_mammoth wrote (edited )

Reply to by !deleted19894

I would hardly consider you are a seasoned lifter based on the questions you asked. I don't mean that to slight you but you made a very rookie mistake. You walked around, likely very aimlessly, with an item that is often stolen. You set yourself up to fail.

The first thing you should always do is know what you are going take. The second is how you are going to do it. The third is how you are going to get out. And last you always have a plan B if something breaks.

BTW, if you are lifting at Frys on the West Coast that is a bad deal. You need to hit the ones in Texas, Kansas, or Indiana.

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Lifting_mammoth wrote

Reply to by !deleted19806

Search your local court system for people who have been accused of shoplifting. Hunt for the ones that are at a felony level. Once you find the one that has the highest bond amount you should save 20% of what that bond amount is. This should guarantee that you can get out of jail with a bondsman. Over time save the entire amount of the highest bail and make the money accessible to people you trust. This should guarantee you can get out of jail as soon as possible and not have to waste any money with a bondsman.

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Lifting_mammoth wrote

Reply to by !deleted19894

You can not do anything with it. Display models are locked. And don't be a dick and attempt to sell it to someone else.

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Lifting_mammoth wrote

Reply to by !deleted19970

This can work. It really depends on what you are claiming vs what was shipped.

I did this with Amazon. The manufacturer released a new system after three years that matched the exact same profile, ports, and near identical weight as the system I owned. The new system was $1299.00. I ordered the new one. Returned the old one and said the system did not work. It has been close to year and I have never heard anything from it.

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Lifting_mammoth wrote (edited )

I do the same thing but buy a cheap pair off Goodwill and just swap the pants in the fitting room. I keep a good half dozen jeans and every year I swap them again before the knees or pockets start to fade.

You can also do this with higher end jeans. I have swapped several pairs of Levis with Heritage 54 jeans. Nothing feels as good on your ass as a $250 dollar jeans with lycra. This is a good way to build a high dollar wardrobe so you can then lift from higher end stores without sticking out.

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Lifting_mammoth wrote

You can not override the carrier lock unless you know someone inside the carrier with access to the database. There are also websites you can purchase this service. It usually runs 80-100 bones. And there are a ton of scam sites that will offer the service. If you know anyone who does SIM port scams they usually have access to people who can clear the carrier lock.

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Lifting_mammoth wrote

Reply to comment by !deleted13818 in by PilferingJuggernaut

Yes! I also keep a tire repair tool with me. It is a T shaped handle that cores out a clean hole so you can patch it. It punches a solid 1/8" hole into the tire. Do so in the sidewall and you can not patch that. 15 seconds to punch 3 tires. That should usually be enough to sit just below their deductible so they have to eat the full cost of the repair.

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Lifting_mammoth wrote

Reply to by !deleted19894

Why do you keep asking the same question?

Use Google maps for stores near you and see who has products that are in stock. There are way too many stores that are also localized to areas near you.

If you really want a laptop or computer. The best method is to go out of state, have a construction uniform, get a Dewalt rolling cart, visit any office building between 7-9AM. Follow another employee into the build and just grab any computer that is not secured to the cubicle. There are always lazy people who leave systems unattended. The next best time is to go during the lunch hour.

The second best thing to do is visit Walmart or Sams Club, buy a computer, gut the parts and return the system. Sell some of the parts and buy a motherboard and case or any other components you can not gut.

The third best is also done out of state. Take a pair of heavy duty angle cutter, go to any store that has laptop displays near the front.. Sams Club is also best for this. Cut the cable and run like the Flash.

The fourth best is to create a new Ebay ID, buy a computer from a large reseller ( DO NOT FUCK A MOM AND POP), use Paypal to pay for it. Wait about 4 months and then file a dispute for defective item. Enough time will have elapsed that the seller will have a hard time disputing this. Return any garbage computer that matches the same weight as your computer and return it. I guarantee you will win the dispute then close your paypal and ebay account.

This is a generic list of stores that carry PC parts: Best Buy, Frys Electronics, Microcenter, Target, Walmart, Office Depot, Staples, PC Warehouse, Altex Computers, B&H Photo, Computer Zone, Century 23 Computers, Digicomp, 3R Technology.

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Lifting_mammoth wrote

Reply to by !deleted19288

There is no reason to wait.

This is a HUGE myth that Target and other stores wait to build a case against you. The ONLY time this occurs is if you are stealing 10s of thousands, hitting multiple states, or are considered ORC. And it is not the store case building. At this point local PD has been called in and they are coordinating with LP and doing surveillance. It is the surveillance why they wait. They ensure they have multiple sources of evidence to ensure the charges stick and even then it is not about waiting for a higher level felony it is only about them making sure the evidence is overwhelming.

All stores will bust you if they have the chance and they have all of their steps. They will then immediately trespass you so they don't have to deal with you. There are always shoplifters. It does not make sense to wrap up hours of labor to make a felony arrest against you.

Source: Uncle is FBI and I used to be a fraud investigator for 15 years.

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Lifting_mammoth wrote

Reply to comment by !deleted17670 in by !deleted6627

The shipper and the shipping company will know the weight. If you make a claim for item not in box you will have to do claim it is as wrong item received.

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Lifting_mammoth wrote

Reply to comment by !deleted6627 in by !deleted6627

Most companies that use a shipping system will automatically know the weight because that determines their pricing when the system prints a shipping label. If you signup for UPS, FedEx, or the USPS app you will be able to see shipping weight there as well.

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Lifting_mammoth wrote

Reply to by !deleted19894

Go to one of the anchor stores and buy a blanket or comforter. Ask the cashier to double bag the item. Take the bag home and add a thick sheet of cardboard in between the bag and use that bag to lift with.

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