TurmericLiftersnatch

TurmericLiftersnatch wrote

Not just in Canada. It's where I got an 180 euro Tommy Hilfiger dress, several Kate Spade wallets and a purse and a bunch of jewelry. PME Legend jeans, instax camera... but they do have LP yes. Guy by the door and all. I wouldn't linger in the mall after you're done.

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TurmericLiftersnatch wrote

Dougl@s like Ici P@ris are hard to lift from because they have a lot of sales staff on the floor. I've only gotten a few small items from there ever. It's doable but be careful. And make sure you can ask for something you know they don't sell when someone tries to help you.

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Reply to GUILT by casino998

TurmericLiftersnatch wrote

I have never felt guilt about my lifting. I feel a lot worse when I have to spend money on something. It does make me wonder how my brain is wired though. I once offered (she thought it was a joke, it was not) to lift a 60 buck scarf for my mother that she loved but she said she would never be able to enjoy it then. Meanwhile I enjoy things so much more when I get them for free.

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TurmericLiftersnatch wrote

They use the kind of tags you can take off with a magnet (hope you have one). Nothing sewn into the clothes. Very rarely you'll find an RFID tag in the pricetag, so always double check.

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TurmericLiftersnatch wrote

Very easy. If they are counting at the women's department changing rooms, go to the men's section and use those. Usually nobody manning those. Use one of the in store shopping bags, toss in what you want and some decoy stuff to put back.

Never tried anything with online scams because you can so easily load up in store.

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TurmericLiftersnatch wrote

I have a colleague who worked at MediaMarkt as a cashier, security is pretty tight and if you beep they will search you. Cameras are very actively monitored. The only thing I ever dared to snatch was an xbox one controller.

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TurmericLiftersnatch wrote

There are some cameras but not too much. There is always a SA standing at the self check out and there are definitely cameras there. I just take bedsheets and silverware and such and conceal on the floor. Never walked out with furniture, too chicken for that haha.

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TurmericLiftersnatch wrote

German supermarkets are easy indeed. Usually the only cameras are in alcohol and make up aisles. Alcohol is very visibly tagged, make up is not. That being said, Germany is the only place I've been caught so far. Big department stores like K@ufh@f monitor their cameras well. It was my own fault for getting greedy because I have also walked out with designer bags and massive Lego sets successfully.

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