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Lurkerz wrote

Anything Too faced in the box sell half price on mercari.com flips in minutes all day long, half price streaming devices roku etc,half price google home mini,echo dot etc, designer perfumes and colognes gucci,dolce and Gabbana etc, anything with Nintendo switch,anything with Fuji instax mini cameras and film.....literally everything started above that's still unopened in the box at roughly half price some items you can sell for even more on mercari.com will sell in less than a day every single time I promise

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Lurkerz wrote

Lol I've found makeup is one of the most profitable and fastest things to flip. I hit ulta and sephora and tjmaxx frequently...if it's really busy I just make sure I'm dress really well then I walked in pretend to call my "girlfriend" and fake conversation grabbing her what shes telling me then in ulta for example I'll head back over to hair products conceal everything and leave...I basically lifted 1 of every too faced product at ulta and Sephora this week alone plus tarte,lancome,marc Jacob's. For a straight guy I literally knew everything about makeup but I taught myself so I can make more $$ lol

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Lurkerz wrote

Alot of places you can go in and say I need a pair of whatever your vision in right now cause mine fell out so get I get one set now for free then I'll also make an appointment...then just cancel the appointment later

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Lurkerz wrote

This is highly dependent on well assuming you werent caught or like chased outta the store,on what you lifted. For example say you go to a big Walmart 3 times a week and lift a pop and candy bar well your probably fine to keep on doing it without concern. Now if you lifted a TV or shark vaccum even if you werent caught they may roll back the cameras once they notice it missing thru inventory or something so in that case wait at least a month.

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Lurkerz wrote

I boost alot of stuff but never personally do shoes simply cause for me anyways there hard to get in large numbers I mean I'll lift shoes for myself every so often but that's it. Anyways from what I see selling online there easy to flip only if there brand new nikes even more so if it's a limited edition style or something but besides Nike they probably wouldnt flip super fast,I'd also reccomend figuring out the most common shoe size for women and men first and lifting those sizes.

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Lurkerz wrote

I frequently take uber to my lift spot do my thing whatever store it may be leave on foot and get picked up by uber again at another nearby business thus having to ever worry about plates or if I'm chased outta the store I can run without leaving a car behind then get picked up elsewhere

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Lurkerz wrote

The tags dont make the alarms go off only the raised white thick ones do if you know what I'm saying, all the items your talking about more than likely arent tagged so the whole bathroom removing tag process is not needed. Also you definitely dont need to buy stuff when you lift BUT if you come into the store with a kid and a diaper bag shop around then leave without buying something thats kinda sketch because what parent wants to deal with a kid in a store then buy nothing? So I'd suggest coming without him,also I assure you that they wont up security because of you or even notice the items missing your such small time to some people that unless LP sees you hide a product you have nothing to worry about.

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Lurkerz wrote

I would literally not even flinch/look back/speed up walking/or say anything and simply continue on my way...I guess assuming your not doing a full cart walkout or something huge then this is the best method. It really is all in how you act cause if you look guilty then you are and if you don't then other customers and employees almost always will not even pay you much attention.

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Lurkerz wrote

There was an rfid tag on the inside of the box that I could reach with a pocket knife so I went in the fitting room and got that off then hid in waistband and left kinda stupid if you ask me that the rfid isnt built in