Psilift

Reply to comment by Psilift in Faraday bags for boosting! by Liftitbro

Psilift wrote (edited )

I agree, the faraday bag 'method' is riddled with risk. Unless you have quiet/private access to towers and tags to test, I'd just stick to detagging.

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Reply to by !deleted13340

Psilift wrote

Wondered why the fragrance counters were so busy, affected my numbers. :(

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Reply to Next (UK) by Jamesl

Psilift wrote

If you're after smalls then it's taking candy, just be mindful that they DO tag the multi packs of underwear and socks with the plastic white tag that you can pull with your thumbnail.

I've no experience with actual clothing, but there are plenty of blindspots (near the smalls lol) to detag and bag.

Staff don't seem to bother you if you're browsing underwear. I literally had the section to myself for over 5 minutes. I have a lot of pants.

Best advice is to don't take risks.

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Psilift wrote

Good job, alarm was either the dremel being source tagged or a soft tag on something.

With dremels, best practice is to find a conceal spot where you have a good minute to strip the contents. The 4k models come in a blue canvas type bag that slips out of the external box nicely.

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Psilift wrote

Sainsburys (UK) use locking trolley system making walkouts a no-go - if your trolley hasn't gone down a till aisle the wheels will lock at the towers.

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Psilift wrote

Waterstones is 'fill yer boots', they even seemingly craft blindspots themselves for patrons to peruse their books. My local one has a cafe you can take their books into before purchase to consider if you're going to buy. It's ridiculous - creating simple and relaxed opportunities to conceal books.

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Psilift wrote

Retailers rarely (if ever) will use ink tags that fire on exit, they are benefit deniers not alarm triggers. Imagine the inadvertent losses if the ink fired each time time they were in the vicinity of towers.

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Reply to by stayingblanco

Psilift wrote

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Reply to comment by Psilift in Profit maximising by boombox67

Psilift wrote

If you like lifting pens, go for the £20 Parkers that most supermarkets have in the stationary aisle. Some don't even tag 'em. Then move on to W H Smith for Cross pens, they're stylish and sell well.

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Psilift wrote

Nice job, I've done something similar but was only about 10 bottles (2×70cl grey goose though) and in my case it's the cereal aisle lol.

Isn't it a satisfying feeling when those springy tags ping open and slide off?

I've not had luck with the tags that are like a sleeve over the cap. The bulge fits nice in the golf detached I just can't get the tension for it to open.

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Reply to comment by Psilift in by human_pulp

Psilift wrote (edited )

Ok, the last part intrigues me, you saying you can sell books 'to' amazon for basically store credit?

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Reply to comment by Psilift in Messed up. by Fandango

Psilift wrote

Indeed, particularly here in the UK with GDPR laws, warrants are needed. Just hope they don't involve the old bill.

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