falcons

falcons wrote

Might get away with it once or twice, but eventually they will blacklist your address or require a signature on everything.

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falcons wrote

if its a cellular version (4g/lte) then yes, the IMEI can be traced and shut down remotely. If its just a wifi or bluetooth then usually no, but they do record all the serial numbers so they could potentially track you down that way but probably not likely

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Reply to comment by falcons in by Busted

falcons wrote

Unless you're a doctor or therapist, its extremely disrespectful for you to tell the OP what he/she has or does not have......just saying.

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falcons wrote

If its a misdemeanor, then no country or state is going to care if you travel once all the terms of your sentence have been completed. Hell I have a misdemeanor battery charge on my record (bar fight several years ago) and have traveled out of the country and out of state without any issues.

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Reply to comment by falcons in What a bunch of BS by marcus66502

falcons wrote

Youre right, they're not going to know 100% how many incidents there are but it gives them some sort of idea. Heres what we did at Target:

  1. AP would have a list of high theft items that would require twice daily counts. This would be very easy to tell what was there, what got purchased, and what got stolen all within a day.
  2. Then there were the weekly counts, like you mentioned. Not as acurate but helpfull
  3. We would get an exception report say if we had been placing orders for 50 blu ray players every week but had only been selling 5 a week, that would get flagged. We would get these reports every week and would then review video and see what got stolen.

Again, this was at Target which has a better inventory tracking system that some, but of course its not perfect.

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falcons wrote

Ummmmm a store inventory check/count (which most stores do annually, sometimes twice a year) would show the losses of shoplifting acts they didn't catch..........just saying....That's how shrink percentages are calculated

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falcons wrote

It can still be on your record but will show that it was a deferred judgment (depending on your state). What you can do it request that your record be sealed. This way a court order will have to be issued in order to unseal it.

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Reply to by Mormonmom

falcons wrote

It was just an outage of their point of sale systems. Their camera systems were unaffected. Also unless you break into the server room at the store and physically remove the surveillance servers, their video data can not be deleted willy nilly.

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falcons wrote (edited )

Target - Taken directly from their "Privacy Policy" Store Cameras We use cameras in and around our stores for security purposes and for operational purposes such as measuring traffic patterns and tracking in-stock levels. Cameras in some stores may use biometrics, including facial recognition for fraud and theft prevention and security.

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Reply to by Busted

falcons wrote

For those that don't believe that Target case builds, I present to you.. Exhibit A^^^^

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falcons wrote

Don't steal from the tents. They're mostly mom and pop setups. Plus they have to buy all the fireworks first and whatever they don't sell (or whatever gets stolen) they have to eat that loss/cost.

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Reply to by !deleted19055

falcons wrote

I wouldn't return for a long time. Target is using facial recognition now and they are probably building a case against you, so seriously, lay low and don't go back for at least 6 months.

Also for your other statements, please call or text 800-273-8255 Don't do an irreversible action when you're at your lowest. This number literally saved my life about 10 years ago.

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