TitanofThieves

TitanofThieves wrote

All my groceries and vitamins for the next month from Whole Foods and Sprouts. Also got some new business casual clothing for work at Banana Republic and J-Crew. Last but not least some 400+ rounds of ammunition. I'm always lifting though. Simply because I need to in order to keep up with my weekly visits to the range.

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TitanofThieves wrote (edited )

Reply to comment by Green_Mountain_Makhno in by MetaFlex

So be it. At least I will live the best life I can. That's what money gets you. Everyone hates on the upper class because they aren't part of it. You act as if trying to make a success of yourself and improving your quality of life is morally reprehensible.

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TitanofThieves wrote (edited )

Reply to comment by Green_Mountain_Makhno in by MetaFlex

They didn't do anything. He even admitted that he lied. We have no idea who's information he has. It could be a single mother or random poor person. He made up a story to garner sympathy for something he knew would get downvoted otherwise. And it worked.

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TitanofThieves wrote

Reply to comment by Green_Mountain_Makhno in by MetaFlex

The whole reason I started a business and buying commercial real estate was to eventually join the capitalist class. I don't steal for social justice. It's just greed.

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TitanofThieves wrote (edited )

Reply to comment by eous in by MetaFlex

I fully expected to get downvoted. People don't like it when you hold up a mirror. I for one will own up to it. I am the GREEDIEST mofo I know. No one I know even comes close. I've taken 26k so far this year just because I WANTED the stuff.

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TitanofThieves wrote (edited )

Reply to by MetaFlex

Sounds like you are trying to justify identity theft or financial theft by whatever means necessary because these people are "greedy" and "scum".

None of us here are any different. We steal because we are greedy as well. We want what we can't have/don't want to pay for and just take it. We are no different than them. They are just doing it on a larger scale. As a small business owner myself, I would outsource every position if it put more money in my pocket. My only responsibility it to me and mine.

The same goes for those men you want to get back at. If I fire someone and they lose their spouse and house over it, that's not my fault. It's poor planning on their part. That stuff doesn't just happen the moment you lose your job unless it has been a problem for a very long time.

This is a shoplifting sub. I don't think you'll find much information here on how to steal from individuals because that's simply not what we do. I don't even believe the pretenses under which you claim to have acquired this information. Something fucky going on here...

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TitanofThieves wrote

Reply to Walkouts by LittleBaj

I've done walkouts for my TV's, computers, fire pit, mini wine fridge, patio furniture, high end booze, espresso machine generator, air compressor, gel cooling pillows, 1000cnt bed sheets and so much more. It is ALL about timing. You load things up in your cart and wait for the cashiers at the front to be distracted and then you simply walkout the front doors. That is it. You can walk around the front a bit and pretend to shop for things near the front while you wait for your moment. It's really that simple. Sometimes you won't be able to pull it off though and will just have to abort.

Example of a booze walkout I did from 4 different stores about 1300 miles away from home. http://coinsh.red/p/boozywalks.jpg

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TitanofThieves OP wrote (edited )

Appearances are everything my man. I was at all 3 stores with my wife and we were dressed in business casual attire like we had just come straight from work. Origins was on a Saturday while they were busy. I played the part of the bored husband wandering around while my wife talks to the sales rep. I had a list of everything she wanted and easily concealed while my wife kept her distracted.

Banana Republic was easy with my key hook. Again, I went in on a Saturday afternoon and actually waited in the parking lot for the store to be a little crowded. My wife and I walked in separate so as to not appear together so she could try on clothes and have the associates bring her some. Meanwhile I was loading up a backpack from one of their displays full of clothing I wanted since I already knew my size. Then just walked out.

J-Crew was the easiest since I went 10 minutes before closing and the employees must have been in the backroom. No one greeted us or even knew we were in the store. I knew what I wanted and we spent 3 minutes in there.

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TitanofThieves wrote

I've actually had good luck at Sephora when I'm on my own. When I'm with my with though we go directly to the Origins inside of any Dillards. I play the part of the disinterested husband and while the lady will be busy showing my wife products I'm stuffing my pockets with whatever she told me she wanted before we enter the store. I use their products as well but not as much as my wife does. We took a road trip last week to a city about 3 hours away and hit every Origins we could find. Made out with about 2400 in makeup and anti aging serums that should last until the end of 2020 between the two of us. Then it will be time to go back out. Don't be afraid of JC Penney Sephoras but don't do it in your own city either.

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TitanofThieves wrote (edited )

Because in the last 3 1/2years alone I have contributed 84k into my investment and savings accounts that would have otherwise been spent on necessities and luxuries.

I'm 28 and on track to pay off my house by the time I hit 42. Last year I stole 55k in merchandise. I love sleeping on $1,200 linens and using $150 cooling gel pillows. I love walking around in expensive clothing and shoes. Being the best dressed person in a room and knowing that I didn't pay a dime for the privilege. I love going on lavish vacations several times a year because my wife and I have so much extra money. We eat the best food on the market (about $800 a month between the two of us) and we haven't paid for any of it.

I steal because it elevates my lifestyle. I'm not going to stop even if I get caught. I've been at this for almost exactly a decade. The felony level in my state is over $1500 so as long as I stay below that in a single trip it will always be a misdemeanor. Meaning I pay a fine and go on probation for a bit. I own my own business so it will never effect my job prospects. Even if it did, I can afford an attorney to have it expunged so an employer wouldn't see it.

The net benefits of this lifestyle far outweigh the negatives. If I got caught today I wouldn't stop. Some months I steal $0. Others it's in the 4 or even 5 figure range. I used to believe in doing the right thing when I was a teenager. I was a god fearing bible thumping law abiding bitch. But after ending up homeless at 17 and declaring bankruptcy at 18 due to medical bills I decided that being honest all the time wasn't going to feed me. I've been stealing ever since and it has gotten me so much. I like being bad. It makes me happy.

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