Positif

Reply to comment by Positif in Return madness and new bag by Positif

Positif OP wrote

No I actually bought it, and it's authentic. Ross wouldn't be able to exist on such a large scale if they sold fakes. They'd get sued to the ground by the companies who make the product they sold if it was fake.

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Positif wrote

High end brands are good for resale, especially if you can prove to the buyer it’s authentic and even if you charge 50% off of the original retail price the buyer will still think it’s an amazing deal and ofc since you lifted it you’ll still get decent profit.

Also congratulations!! Such exciting news and time in your life.

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Positif wrote

Some LP just do their job... and then there are the ones in your story that get high off a power trip and act like they're ridding the world of a horrible monster that eats infants for a living. It's so funny to me how they think they're doing God's work over a .50 cent piece of plastic.

When he said "I knew you were a thief!" my god I got so mad just reading that.

But that ordeal has made you who you are today so, I'm happy that you're here.

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Reply to comment by Positif in VS Returns by Positif

Positif OP wrote

Interesting information, thanks for letting me know! I don't plan to ever do anymore returns to get cash since that's not my preferred style of lifting. I just thought I'd give it a try this one time and I even brought it in one of my VS bags to make it look that much more believable but -shrugs- it is what it is.

Time to buy $100 worth of undies now.

Or better yet, find a legitimate website that will trade gift cards for cash.

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Positif wrote

Do not make a necklace and wear it, the employees would see you and are obviously trained to know what it would look like, and then you just gave yourself away wearing it around your neck. I just put my golf detacher in my purse. If your a male, put it in your pocket or make a pouch out of thing fabric and staples and put it in the pouch in between your boxers and pants.

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Positif wrote (edited )

I know every person is different and asking a specific question won’t really help since everything is so situational, but I do have to ask when do you draw the line? I’m a very out going person and I have noticed that some employees will turn a blind eye if I talk to them nicely and relate to them, or they let their guard down and won’t count my items when going into the dressing room or watch me too closely which has given me many opportunities. I just wanted to know what you consider going too far and if someone WAS suspicious of how nice you were acting what would you do? Better yet, if that employee from target didn’t take what you said as a joke but laughed anyways, and then continued to watch you curiously what you would do? Thanks for sharing another aspect to lifting <3.

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Reply to comment by Positif in Most recent lift by Positif

Positif OP wrote (edited )

I have multiple shopping bags, and I take trips to my car. However I only do trips to my car when it's a strip mall or an outlet mall that doesn't have outside cameras so that I can come through from multiple entrances. But yeah thank you so much!

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