Taxinator

Taxinator wrote

You can see above bombbaster answers himself. With alpha spiders you need to take them off first, only then can you walk out with them with the jammer on. The jammer is not a magic wand. Do your research. There is a huge learning curve and major risks that come along with using it properly. A lot of variables you need to account for and master before you can use it without getting caught.

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Taxinator wrote

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Amazn is a great platform for reselling. You can sell goods at full retail value but yeah it’s verrrry finicky. You can hire services to get approved in the different categories but at any time Amazn/brand owners can come a knockin for invoices and require proof that you’re allowed to sell that particular brand. If you don’t have the required invoices then they either block your listing forever or just shut down your account. You have to constantly be on the look out for new products with good margins to make it worth your while. If you do it right, you can easily make 6 figures with minimal to moderate effort

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Taxinator wrote

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Totally. I’m with you but we can’t ignore that soda clearly knows what he’s talking about even if it isn’t in our particular wheelhouses. Personally, none of his techniques are conducive for my lifestyle and I was actually really looking forward to his shoplifting method until I once again realized it was beyond my scope of abilities/risk allowance.

And lol yes I totally hear you on that last part, free and quick is massively misleading but the depth of his commentary make me believe it’s definitely worked for him and perhaps to HIM, it really IS “free” and “easy.” Which, if that’s the case, would lead me to believe that perhaps many of us are indeed amateurs in comparison.

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Taxinator wrote

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Suppose that’s what you get for entertaining amateurs, my friend. Nothing wrong with amateurs btw but the disdain for your methods is confusing.

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Taxinator wrote

Your response is funny and good natured but I have to agree with GOWC.. I mean the idea that you don’t pay for ANYTHING including furniture and luggage is laughable to ME. But will I sit here and call you out on it beyond an eye roll and a chuckle, no sir because I genuinely WOULD like to believe you don’t pay for anything and at the end of the day I don’t really know that you don’t, now do I? So carry on.

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Taxinator wrote (edited )

THIS. Also it’s important to note I am simply giving my opinion and trying to be transparent with my experience. Bom.baster, you say yourself this device isn’t for the faint of heart. That it isn’t some magic wand. You couldn’t be more right about that. You say in your instructions for example “use mode A for gates manufactured by XYZ but if mode A doesn’t work try mode B and if mode B doesn’t work try mode C and so on. Then there are other factors to consider: moving too quickly through the gates might trigger the alarms, the device in standby mode may trigger the alarms, the device in the wrong mode might trigger the alarms, walking through at a weird angle might trigger the alarms — and this is all without even having any active tags on you! Like are you kidding me!? That’s way too many variables!! There would need to be so much recon done before you’d feel confident it would work correctly with just that one particular gate system.. And many of us are just not willing to expose ourselves like that. I’m not saying the device isn’t valuable but let’s not mince words here, its just not conducive for risk averse users. But alas, to each his own.

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Taxinator OP wrote

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Nah, saw this on Reddit front page and shared. Seemed like an appropriate reminder for the forum. Something about beating a dead horse though right?

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Taxinator wrote (edited )

He’s reputable. You’ll receive your equipment. But after that, you’re on your own. He gives contradicting answers and instructions so once you figure out how to use the device (on/off/standby/switch between modes) then it’s up to you to determine by trial and error how to use the modes properly.

UPDATE: don’t buy jammers ya’ll, especially from this Russian bloke. He leaves you hanging, gives conflicting instructions.. DM me if you want more intel. Not worth it.

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