MhikeiMPC

MhikeiMPC wrote

it's extremely disrespectful to go self diagnosing yourself with keptomania... you do not sound klepto to me. the fact that you have a fear of getting caught and getting enough top dollar items to even warrant a case build tells me you are not a klepto. you just sound like you have a habit of lifting.

and while this is a shoplifting sub, don't get it twisted. you are stealing THEIR stuff, they have every right to defend and prosecute you for it. everyone here accepts the risk of stealing. you screwed yourself over, don't complain when stores slap back and give you a reality check. this is not a game, you risk your civil life every time you go out there to steal.

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MhikeiMPC wrote

Now, this is a morality question. the law does NOT care about morals. admission to the crime will NOT set the victim free anytime soon. aside from the jail term, there are still long term consequences to the victim that will remain forever. people will think what they want and still see the victim as a thief, the victim will still have an arrest on their background checks, this is beyond the scope of this sub.

Personally i would NOT turn myself in. There could be evidence from other recent shoplifting that they have that they can charge you with, they can be corrupt and make shit up, change dates. it could easily become very complicated, very fast as easy and simple as it seems.

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MhikeiMPC wrote

Dont car discriminate, any car can have anything. No, a mustang isnt more likely to have more vanuables than a 1997 beater. In general the more cars you hit the higher your chances of getting stuff is. In fact, newer cars are more likely to be locked than older cars.

Dont make a mess for the fun of it. The more of a mess you make the madder thr owner will be and the higher the chances they will report it to the police.

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MhikeiMPC wrote

So you werent caught, but noticed.

That employee was probably laughing with you in a sense that he never seen something like that in his life. They arent paid enough to care.

But still stay away as its the general rule of lifting.

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MhikeiMPC wrote

Never visit an item more than twice? Many shoppers revisit the same items more than once. As long as you arent making it obvious to LP that you are focusing on one item i think its finr to go back. The bigger issue is making a direct path to what you want instead of shopping your eay there.

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MhikeiMPC wrote

Thats fine, i hate them too.

But at the end of your shopping day, most people wont put back their carts, there will always be a need for someone to push carts back to the store

How is being a cart pusher a shitty job? Please tell me how. Its just as important as stocking shelves and cashing people out.

Its almost as if those who are a cart pusher NEED carts to push, otherwise they are no longer needed if people put their own farts away due to pitty.

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MhikeiMPC wrote

Thats fine, but i personally dont see a problem with leaving my cart out for him to put away. In fact if everyone started putting away their own cart befause they "feel bad" for the person doing their job, walmart wont see the need for his position anymore and they might fire him.

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MhikeiMPC wrote

So now youre assuming "because he was desperate" but as soon as i say "its his job" i get attacked?

How are you gonna feel sorry for someone doing a job they agreed to, the guy knows what his job is, pushing carts back isnt some scummy, poor person job everyone thinks it is. Its as important as stocking the shelves, operating the cash register.

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Reply to comment by MhikeiMPC in by Qobsxidn

MhikeiMPC wrote

how about dont give risky advice that includes leaving evidence and going after low value loot?

also wouldnt the cashier hear the ruffling of the bars inside, and that it has been opened? just throw your thinking cap away and dont make guides or whatever ever again.

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Reply to comment by MhikeiMPC in by Qobsxidn

MhikeiMPC wrote

how about dont give risky advice that includes leaving evidence and going after low value loot?

also wouldnt the cashier hear the ruffling of the bars inside, and that it has been opened? just throw your thinking cap away and dont make guides or whatever ever again.

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MhikeiMPC wrote

its a coincidence, cctv surveilance vans are not at all related to theft. it had nothing to do with you or the store. those are possibly the vans used in sting operations to listen in on the one doing the sting.

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MhikeiMPC wrote

honestly, if you say the bottom floor isnt being displayed on the camera screen, AND the cashier isnt paying attention to that screen (due to a lot of customers or whatever) i would conceal in a corner, even in view of a camera.

There's no doubt that at least some are fake, i could probably tell just by being in that store and by camera placement.

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MhikeiMPC wrote

Looks good but probably not as strong. Also beware it may be fake but you can easily get your money back by saying it never came if they scam you. Unless you have aluminum keys dont put it on your keychain.

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MhikeiMPC wrote

Youre quite wrong here, whether LP can go hands on depends on corporate/store policy, not laws. LP can go hands-on in all states, including detainment. The only trouble they will be getting into is with their boss, not the law, and there are still store chains such as Target that will allow LP to do so. This doesn't mean LP will follow policy all the time, some really will catch feelings and will run after you.

This also doesn't mean you should run all the time, sometimes you need to accept defeat. For example, if you're surrounded by multiple 6'' guys, unless you can really run fast you are better off cooperating. If all you get is a tap on the back, run outta there.

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MhikeiMPC wrote

yes. They arent like gift cards, you can sell them as an unknown condition, where you dont know if the esn/imei is blacklisted, or you can sell them to asia, where north american blacklisting does not reach.

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MhikeiMPC wrote

Source code is the code that is basically the breakdown of an app or program. Programs could be open sourced, which means its available for everyone and the product itself is free, or closed sourced, where the source code is private and is only available to the devs.

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