WhiteCollarCriminal

Reply to by marcus66502

WhiteCollarCriminal wrote

No. Don't do it. I've been a server before and it comes out of their paycheck. Whatever you order, your server will have to pay for it and considering we make $2.13 an hour it'll fuck them up. We don't support that here.

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WhiteCollarCriminal wrote

It’s ridiculous that in the same world where there’s trust fund millionaires who get handed down BMWs, Mercedes, 4000 sq. ft houses; but working class people can’t even afford medicine. I would have taught him how to lift :^)

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WhiteCollarCriminal wrote

It’s ridiculous that in the same world where there’s trust fund millionaires who get handed down BMWs, Mercedes, 4000 sq. ft houses; but working class people can’t even afford medicine. I would have taught him how to lift :^)

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WhiteCollarCriminal wrote

It’s so easy! I cringe when I think of all the money I spent in the past on things I could have gotten for free, and I cringe when I think about how I used to be so poor I couldn’t even afford food. It’s been right there in front of me this entire time :,)

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WhiteCollarCriminal wrote

It’s so easy! I cringe when I think of all the money I spent in the past on things I could have gotten for free, and I cringe when I think about how I used to be so poor I couldn’t even afford food. It’s been right there in front of me this entire time :,)

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WhiteCollarCriminal wrote

I worked at a restaurant that was nearly going out of business due to every single employee quitting after two weeks because of how bad the owner treated us. He followed us around, yelled at us in front of customers, directly insulted us to our faces, screamed at us, drank beer on shift, and sat down all day never once helping us. We got a thirty on our health inspection because he's so lazy he doesn't make anyone clean anything or impose any regulations whatsoever. Long story short, the day I hopped on the same boat and quit like everyong else, I cleaned them out. Took a backpack in and it was soap, toilet paper, tissues, wipes, cleaning products... everything I could find that I wanted. I have enough toiletries for 6 months. I don't feel guilty that I stole from an almost bankrupt business because the only reason it's bankrupt is because he abuses his employees and can't keep anyone hired for more than a few weeks.

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WhiteCollarCriminal wrote

I don't feel like i'm addicted to lifting, but I definitely have a compulsion to. I have a tendency to lift shit i know i don't need and i know i don't even have room for, but it's just free. For example, i have about 20 lotions from Baff n Body Worx and I haven't even opened them. Also, if i'm in a store and didn't find anything I really wanted, i'll take the easiest stuff I can find even if I don't want it because to me, if i leave empty handed, i just wasted my time. My compulsion to take things that I don't even want probably stems from growing up in poverty, but I'm not a therapist so I don't really know for sure

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WhiteCollarCriminal wrote

If you don't see cameras in a Wally, that means you're surrounded by them. They're using new cameras that are very small, slim, entirely white, and are made to look EXACTLY like the pipes covering the ceiling. Unless you stare at the ceiling and inevitably look like you're looking for them, its nearly impossible to find them.

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Reply to by snakez

WhiteCollarCriminal wrote

Barcodes...dont...scan.. lmfao. Don't worry about them. As for RFID tags, just mutilate them by ripping them up in a blind spot.

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Reply to Dine & Dash? by Crusty

WhiteCollarCriminal wrote

The waitress has to pay for your food. One time I worked a 13 hour shift and someone dined and dashed on a $120 tab and I had to pay for it and that was more than I made for the whole night, i worked 13 hours to lose money.

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WhiteCollarCriminal wrote

You know what sucks more than shoplifters? Multi million dollar corporations using child labor in third world countries and paying them $0.70 an hour to make products they sell for $45

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WhiteCollarCriminal wrote

Nobody notices race, it’s all about how you act and dress. Make yourself look rich. Wear upscale brands or something you’d wear to church, and carry yourself with a high demeanor. Especially if you’re lifting in a wealthy neighborhood, the most important thing is to blend in and make it look like you’re wealthy so you don’t need to lift. Victoria’s Secret is a great start, they have sensors, LP and cameras, but their merchandise is very easily concealable. Work on taking more and more from them and then once you have that down try concealing larger items of clothing. Practice your sleight of hand by walking around your house and concealing small items, like get used to the motions you have to do to quickly slide something up your sleeve. Don’t do walkouts unless you plan on disguising your appearance. Also stay away from Target. They’ll fuck your shit up.

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WhiteCollarCriminal wrote

I’ve been hella taking advantage of this! I load whatever i want into my purse, browse the store as long as I want, and then go to the checkout with a whole bunch of shit to immediately clear suspicion. Act like I’m buying $400 worth of stuff, bam my card declines! I tell them oh I’ll just try again later, and now I can walk off with all my concealed stuff and didn’t have to pay for anything.

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