irobyou

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irobyou wrote

I’ve done all that and probably more. I don’t only pick padlocks and I’m no coward.

Again, you know absolutely nothing about me and what what I do and you continue to prove it and you never will.

The more you insult and attack me and assume about me the more I pity you.

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I know exactly how to use shims and that’s how I learned to pick actually. I just lockpick and it doesn’t take me more than a couple of minutes, for this particular hit I don’t need to rush. Shims to me is like using cheats. I can open anything I want as quick as I want. I’ve never stolen from family either, “grandma and single mom”? What are you even babbling about ? You make absolutely no sense. You have no idea about me or my experience. I’ve taken risks and challenges as well.

You can insult me all you want but you don’t know a single thing about me and never will.

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irobyou wrote

Wrong. I enjoy picking padlocks and I’m not a noob and just because I enjoy doing it doesn’t make me one. I have many shims, don’t need more. I’ve broken plenty of locks too. I just don’t break these locks, that’s stupid for this particular hit specially if you want to keep coming back for more.

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irobyou wrote

I am talking about padlocks. If you can pick a padlock, you can pick a door lock. Those are awful tips, unless you want to get caught. Why would you brake locks or damage anything ? The whole point is to go silently and without a trace. As described on the post, I pick the locks and yes I make my own tools and know which ones to use based on the lock. The day you start breaking things and leaving obvious traces of break ins is when they start using sensors and more cameras and alarms etc.

I’ve been hitting the same building I rent my unit at for about a year now without a worry in the world. Most of the units are for storing the most useless worthless crap anyway. The traffic of visitors is minimal.

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Just know your aisles. Always look up with eyes only, never ever tilt your head up and never look above you but rather straight ahead. If you want to see a spot above you, walk further until you can look up from a wider angle.

You will eventually learn every blind spot(s) of every different store. It will be like second nature.

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Stuff em inside other products in big boxes and buy that. If it beeps just show receipt. Return whatever bs in big box you buy next day. Always cash.

Some Targets have em outside the glass. Best Buy has them outside the glass too. Gotta know your stores. Some Targets have the cheaper games ($20 range) outside alarm cases, BB does this too. What I do at Target is I go to electronics section (always buy other small cheap bullshit) and buy an electronic which is behind a glass. Ask if you can pay other things there but don’t show the games, keep em in your basket or cart. Pay the electronic plus small bullshit and then place bags on top of games. Then just walk out with bags on top of games and go to your car. Return electronic next day.

What I also do is I buy those consoles with game code bundle. I keep code and return the console the next day. This is how I’ve gotten Fallout 76, Battlefield 1 and V, Forza Horizon 4, Rainbow 6 Siege etc...

Ordered a broken Xbox 1 s off of eBay for $60 and swapped it for a new one and returned broken one. Print out serial on console and stick it on box so it matches. Easiest shit ever !

Happy lifting.

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irobyou wrote

In case they do see you stuffing things, they might go check it out that same day or the next day and just put things back. It it just to be safe. I've waited as long as a week but that was for a $500 total of products. Also, try to look very different for both visits. Usually wear a hat and baggy clothes then the next one look sharp.

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Not bad, why would you lift Beats though? worst fucking headphones ever lol. Go for Bose.

Nice Yeti bag! Love those, grabbed a few for myself along with those Hydroflask. I dont understand how people pay for those.

Best grabs are the ATVs and routers.

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I've been doing this for over 15 years on a weekly basis. It is never enough and the more you do it, the better you get at it and the more careful you become.

I'm notorious for giving out amazing gifts to people, specially on holidays. This is all thanks to this skill I've acquired.

It is never enough, don't slow down. Abuse the loop-holes as much as possible.