cakeater7

Reply to Target by Busted

cakeater7 wrote

Target use to be fav places to lift. Stole plenty and mostly electronics too. Then this forum let me know how on par their security agenda is. I have a mixed feeling of being lucky and realizing just how good I am at lifting. I still lift at Target tho. but not as often. But when I do I go in disguise. They ain't building case on me. Fuck them.

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Reply to by !deleted18523

cakeater7 wrote

You'll be fine going back in. I use to do that all the time in the beginning. When u get more experience u will eventually learn to bypass the cashier all together by walking out with everything in the bag.

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cakeater7 wrote

Real easy bro. If u got the cahunas it's real easy. Make sure the store is real busy and when all the employees near the entrance are busy that's when make ur move. They also carry them in the 3 U.S. wireless carrier like Verizon and ATT. Half of those I got it from there when it's busy of course.

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Reply to comment by cakeater7 in Walkout tips please! by KleptoEgirl

cakeater7 wrote

OP asked tips about walkout. Walkout is defined as walking out with merchandise in your possession in plain sight. If u bagging it without paying and leaving the store it's now a concealment and not a walkout. U are much more likely to get caught that way than walkout because u give security time to respond to u if they witnessed concealment. But with a walkout that window is as small as it's going to get for any security team to react to u unless you are known to them and they have identify u coming in. If u are not known to them it's virtually impossible to get caught doing walkout.

I'm going to tell u a secret: The number one method of choice of lifting from every professional lifters are always walkouts. The number one thing that keeps every loss prevention employees from a good night sleep are walkouts. Why do u think that is? It's already explained from above. Concealing and tearing packages open in the store is amateur hour. The people that are making post about getting caught at places like Target are the same ones that keeps showing up to buy the same drinks on amateur hour.

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cakeater7 wrote (edited )

Doing a walkout means u don't bother bagging it. Just walk out with it in your hands in plain sight! If it's in a grocery store u just go through an unmanned register. If it's Walmart, walk out while the door greeter is busy checking other customers. The same goes at Best Buy. U can do this at ANY store, even Target. Target is way overrated as being hard. The people getting caught at Target are the ones that are concealing and depakaging their merchs. Don't do that! As long as the item isn't too big u can absolutely walk out with it. And do it once a month with a good subtle disguise. If u can't work up the nerves to do a walk out I suggest u bring in something u already own and go into the store and walk around for a bit holding it, then walk out with it to prep ur mind into thinking u own it, which u actually are! To prepare a walkout at Best Buy I came in the store with a box of headphones I already bought and walk around for a while. Then I waited until their door greeter were busy with a customer and tried to walkout at that moment. As I was walking out I noticed he quickly disengage from that customer and glanced over at me. He didn't say shit or do anything about it because in my mind I already own what I was holding which was true! U gotta train ur attitude and take it to a level of supreme confidence to pull off a successful walkout consistently.

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Reply to by !deleted16643

cakeater7 wrote

If u selling under 20k a year I wouldn't worry about stealth account. I'm on pace over 80k by the end of the year so I need to be a little stealthy. Where are you at?

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cakeater7 wrote

My Target area always open expensive electronics returns even if it's still sealed to confirm serial number. U should try returning something similar to see what they would do. If they don't check serial number then quickly bring out your airpods and return that too.

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cakeater7 wrote

I did this a couple of times using Walmart Pay on my Android phone. After u buy something go install a PDF editor. Take a screenshot of the WM Pay receipt and start editing from the pictures of the items all the way to the prices. Go back in the store pick your items that was edited. Show them ur Walmart receipt on your phone if they ask. Just make sure u don't run into the checker that have the handheld scanner because they will scan it from ur phone and know u didn't paid for said item. I've done this twice about 3 months ago and forgot to post this useful tactics because I don't really care for lifting at Walmart anymore.

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cakeater7 wrote

I don't usually conceal but when I do I'll go to the bedding area, grab a blanket and wrapped myself with it from the neck down and quickly conceal using the blanket as a shield. Then I placed the blanket back into the cart. So if LP is watching me he never saw concealment so he lose that valuable step. I pushed my cart to the checkout line with the blanket and leave it there and exit the store. If LP is watching me they will most likely check the blanket first in the cart to see if I left anything there. By the time they realized there's nothing there I'm already gone. I only do this at Target because I know their team is strict with the five step.

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cakeater7 wrote

Sorry I will never stop lifting even if there's a million dollars in my pocket everyday. I'm too good at what I do! Obviously your reason to lift is different than mine and I will respect that. Happy retirement!

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cakeater7 wrote

If u just want a bottle or can, walking out with it is the easiest thing you can do. I walked in grab one from the cooler by checkout line. Walked for another minute while fake browsing then I make a u-turn to the exit. It's literally just like that. U can drink it while leaving so it really looks like u own.

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Reply to comment by cakeater7 in DeWalt Left Unsecured by eous

cakeater7 wrote

If it's over $100 it's probably tagged. To test if the store's towers is program to set off on tagged items, go peel one off somewhere and walk out with it or plant it on a customer cart.

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cakeater7 wrote

If u never lift from Target before then you're good to go on this push out. I like ur plan but I wouldn't use the bags. Bagging ur items will only add time to ur heist. U want to be swift on this one. Instead get the biggest storage bin in the store and start piling everything in there. Go to that last shelf you mentioned near the exit, browse a bit then close the lid and go. They won't expect a thing bc u never lift there before. Their AP team coordinate all their stops. And since you never gave yourself away by trying to conceal or bagging, they won't have time to organize for u. Just remember to act normal and use a stealth plate on ur car. Park close and toss that whole bin in the trunk and be gone.

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cakeater7 wrote

I used to steal them from BestBuy all the time. I usually just walkout with it in my hands if it's busy enough. If not, I would take the store weekly ads as I'm coming in and walk over to the Blu-ray aisle, pick at least 2 box and start browsing at other things for a bit then I looked over at the ads and as I'm folding the paper over I make sure it folds over the Blu-ray I'm lifting. And as I'm starting to go for the exit I leave one of the Blu-ray behind on some aisle along the way but the one wrapped in paper is the one I walk out with. I have so many movies at home and a dedicated trash can for those BestBuy ads, LOL.

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