Throwdown321

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Throwdown321 wrote

Any place with tall shelves, or a pillar to block a camera, sometimes large chain stores like to display large patio furniture sets with a huge umbrella, good idea to conceal there, as no-one would suspect you. Aisles are always watched by a camera, so be careful. I usually go at end of the aisle, that is facing the wall, and conceal there. Some stores may have cameras though.

Reply to comment by /u/Newt in Me again! by /u/kurtzie

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Throwdown321 wrote

i would also try using your own phone, and put it on "selfie mode to see if people are following you, pretend like your getting some kind of angle or something. higher end stores, require you to dress more nicely, if you are planning to shoplift.

Reply to Me again! by /u/kurtzie

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Throwdown321 wrote

i wear the exact same thing and get followed most of the time. the thing is, look for something cheap to buy and do it, do this a couple times and then the security might leave you alone. Then again, it still suspicious, you might have to change how you look, like the subreddit and this forum reccommend try to dress nice, like your well off, probably a polo shirt, or dress like your going to an job interview, business casual or even full suit. suspicious people the lp look out for is 1)backpack, hoodie, teenager trashy look, baggy pants with many pockets

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Throwdown321 wrote

does he mean the items on the shelves, like first aid, allergy meds, cream next to the pharmacy? or actual medication in the pharmacy, they usually close the pharmacy really early, and its always locked up. in any case this can easily escalate into a felony charge for stealing medication/drugs.

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Throwdown321 wrote

i used to go this mall with a target and numerous other stores, it was semi-large mall. and i always had 1 mall security eying me from time to time, because i used to frequent there once a week, but they really only do it from far away. Only if the security was order to stop you, they may chase.

Reply to comment by /u/MinecraftLad in Is it this simple? by /u/kurtzie

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Throwdown321 wrote

Ive done that before, finish stuffing and closing my zipper as a "security guard" at target was walking out of a employee only stock room into the only(1 of 2) blindspot aisle, he did not even notice i just stole. i had other incidence, but i cant remember enough details.

What stores are you trying to lift OP?

Reply to Hotel Stores by /u/ackute

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Throwdown321 wrote

usually people called them japanese people, and not japs(used to be deragatory). i think its considerably better if you steal when you checkout of the hotel.

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Throwdown321 wrote

depends on what kind of bags, backpacks are a no go. bags/reusable bags is less suspicious if you shopping for grocery or foods. its suspicious if your bring a grocery reusable into an store like bestbuys. Maybe use a bag from thier own stores. Always find a blindspot where you can conceal as well.

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Throwdown321 wrote

sounds like he could be high or drunk. in any case, this makes everyone want to shoplift at target harder in the long run. another thing you can actually take advantage of this situation, if someone is doing this while your shoplifting, you can actually shoplift with ease while everyone is concentrating on that one guy.

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Throwdown321 wrote

its kinda wrong to use your Dead parent to identity theft, this is a classic identity theft. this isnt shoplifting as its different kinds of fraud, identity theft, opening a false bank account is probably another one. you dont need a paypal attached to a bank account. sooner or later the bank is going to get suspicious at a dead person suddenly opening a bank account, they will probably freeze it and call the police to investigate.