earlysignam

earlysignam wrote

Reply to by Slyone

May be better to go to another store & avoid this store for a while since it seems that the store staff suspect you. Things will cool & you will be forgotten after a while.

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earlysignam wrote

It really comes down to necessity & need. If I truly could not afford to buy things that I liked, such as good cheese, I would take the risk every now & then. Nervousness is not necessarily a bad thing. Nervousness also keeps a person alert & real to danger.

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earlysignam wrote

Reply to comment by DeeGirl in Caught at Elk! by DeeGirl

I've been caught a few times in several years. General rule of thumb is I assume that anyone I observe in my vicinity more than once is a lp, & I dump any items I have concealed. This has saved me at least 3 times.

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earlysignam wrote

Selling some non existing high value items may be a good idea.. also idk if this is applicable to you, since it requires good credit rating...let's say that if u or someone known to u applies & gets 10 credit cards with a limit of 10000 each. .u could cash that limit or use the credit to buy stuff. .then skip the country. .& return after 7 years or so..

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earlysignam wrote

You will also need to remove any gps vehicle tracking hidden on the vehicle. ..Shoplifting will only get you the equivalent of pocket money. Car robbery also seems like too much work for not that much money. .kid*apping for ransom or robb@ry of a jewellery store seem to be a smarter but dangerous business opportunity.

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earlysignam wrote

Employees are considered to be team members. ..as such they participate in group events like team meetings, coffee & cigarette with other members. ..as such they would be familiar with team members that work in that store..so, what happens if an employee hasn't seen you at that store b4....Don’t mean to dissuade you, but you do need to consider the possibility that one or more employees may become suspicious of a strange new employee..

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earlysignam wrote

Have you considered not taking the baby to the store during your borrowing...baby seems like a good decoy...but, in the situation where you are caught what would you do...would you play the sympathy card and say that you did it for the baby...you would need to imagine the scenario of getting caught with baby in tow..

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earlysignam wrote

Reply to by !deleted6627

I was strongly suspected of attempting to break into a metal safe in 2016..I denied it and there were no legal problems for me..however it really was me that asked a neighbourhood locksmith to open the safe...the locksmith was young and stupid. ..he broke the handle of the safe..and I very nearly got fingered by the popo..

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earlysignam wrote

If I happen to see the same employee hovering close by..more than once..I will ditch the concealed goods immediately. . This method has saved me a few times...

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earlysignam wrote

I can relate to your wanting more confidence during borrowing . .I used to be quite calm during borrowing a few years ago. .Nowadays on the few occasions, maybe once a month, that I visit stores..I am very prepared..and anxious during the visit. ..This is because I was caught a few times..fined 10 times the price of items borrowed..and I saw how cunning and unscrupulous lp really is..I am fearful of lp tactics..I typically only take 3 items per visit .one item in each pant pocket...one item in the navel area of my underwear elastic..Better safe than sorry. .

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earlysignam wrote

The guy who knowingly needled you may have been someone with psychic abilities. ..in other words they may have esp and have the insight and vision to know that you had "immoral" intentions..so it could have been a way to express anger...or a trick to get you into trouble for your "unholy" intentions. ..

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earlysignam wrote

Reply to comment by bombastershop in ?? by NakiaHines

This scenario mentioned...of getting caught while removing a tag...has happened to me..I took a packet of cashewnuts to an aisle without cctv...as I was pulling the security sticker fron the packet...I was spotted by a young female staff of about 19 years of age...She marched over to where I was..and demanded to know why I had removed the sticker. ..situation got escalated when a nosey undercover male staff got involved...I was marched to the back office where I was asked to confess to shoplifting. ..I was threatened..they reviewed the cctv..and ultimately let me go by making me pay double for all items in my basket...this happened in dec 2019...incident did not scare me at all...fuelled by hatred I continued to borrow things from other stores relentlessly throughout the pandemic..

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earlysignam wrote

Reply to comment by !deleted19806 in by !deleted19806

Will it be possible to take a look at the exterior of that store..and take a video of the store exterior using your smartphone camera in good lighting conditions meaning daylight.. Looking for store cctv cameras on the exterior of that store...see if those cctv camera/s have a line of sight to where you were caught...if not there could be reasonable doubt that you were not the right person.. Also if this incident happened in bad lighting there is a possibility that their cctv may not have picked up good quality images...if possible study the video footage taken on your smartphone to come to a conclusion. ...as to why you got into the police car...may be possible to claim. ..that you were scared as you were alone etc...intimidated by police presence etc...

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