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Reply to comment by dabaddestbih in Need some advice. by dabaddestbih

dabaddestbih OP wrote

Yes I would like to do it in one visit. Walk out method meaning going in and lifting without purchasing anything? I'd feel more comfortable buying something after concealing what I'm lifting. And currently I have no anti theft removal tools.

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Reply to Bar Code by Ioji17

dabaddestbih wrote

Yeah I would get barcodes of same weight and tape them on old barcode to look as natural as possible and wound up getting two $8 packs of chicken breasts for $1.88 each. Talk about bargain hunting. Lol.

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Reply to comment by dabaddestbih in quick lifting poll by dabaddestbih

dabaddestbih OP wrote

Yeah somewhat. I know that those cameras aren't always looked at and that the quality of them are garbage and where the good concealment aisles are. Sorry for the delayed response. I've been dealing with some personal issues.

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dabaddestbih wrote

self check out is my favorite go-to for lifting, tbh. they make it so easy. lol. especially when its really busy and the ONE employee that is assigned there is busy helping someone else. piece of cake.

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Reply to comment by dabaddestbih in Yikes.. by dabaddestbih

dabaddestbih OP wrote

i feel you. you'll get your mojo back, $h!t happens (my motto. lol). thats how i built up my confidence. i lifted some lip balm the other day with the help of my upper body parts (i had no pockets soo..lol) and even though it was a small lift it made me feel great and confident.

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dabaddestbih OP wrote

lol. desperate times call for desperate measures. i think at w@|-m@r+ the self check out says "unsuspected item in bagging area" if the weight doesnt match..

i thought of the juice bc it was in a jug and had similar weight of the chicken i was getting. you can check weight on the store's website, i believe, to compare weight of different products.if it alerted the associate i would rip the barcode off inconspicuously and play dumb. when in doubt, play dumb.

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