jigga3

Reply to comment by /u/Empyreus in Five below easiness? by /u/Empyreus

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jigga3 wrote

I've been there and it looks easy BUT there don't seem to be any blind spots. They do have pretty good security camera coverage so it's not 100% foolproof like a dollar store (dollar tree, 99 cent only, etc.) would be.

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jigga3 wrote (edited )

LOL Deli workers do not. Hot food at the Deli comes in huge boxes in bulk. The meals get rung up, but if you where to just eat the food without paying no one would ever notice since a lot of food at the end of the night is weighed and scanned out. On top of that, everyone serves different portions so i'ts not possible to tell if one person ate a free meal. Even if 8+ people did this it's likely no one would notice. Nothing is technically inventoried in a way that you could tell if someone stole a meal. You do technically print off stickers and attach them to the meal trays to be paid for, but I don't even think that they care if there are more stickers printed than actually were paid at the register.

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jigga3 wrote (edited )

So update: I visited Abercrombie Kids, Abercrombie and Fitch, and Hollister. Since they're the same company they have pretty much the same security. Hollister DID have dome cameras in each room but they're black to match the ceiling. No other cameras. Abercrombie kids just does not have cameras. I did a stupid method where I pulled a few from the boxes, as they pop right out and concealed. I think it's not horrible as other boxes were missing pairs as well. I used a shirt to cover removing them, and I used the same shirt to block the concealment. I think it's mostly not visible if there happen to be hidden cameras (there are likely not).

Reply to comment by /u/sudo in Discord for Shoplifting by /u/ackuteco

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jigga3 wrote (edited )

No. Usually what happens is a discord server is shut down and all accounts get banned that are members. They will generally not report you to the police, because a discord post is not proof of anything. Even if you did something severely illegal, there would have to charges placed against a user before Discord would turn the information over to the police. It's not easy to find someone based on IP and you would have to have a police warrant to get the ISP to release anything.

There are so many ways to obscure your I.P. (vpn, tor, proxy, etc.) that even if they did have your IP that doesn't guarantee that you are traceable. It would be a lot of work for Discord to go through every server and define what's illegal enough to warrant telling the police. I'm a member of some highly questionable discords and I don't think there's any issues.

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jigga3 wrote (edited )

That master list is full of opinionated statements that don't hold true for every store within a chain. Michaels DOES have more cameras than Hobby Lobby most of the time, and there are way more blind spots at Hobby Lobby. It's trickier at HL because the cameras are a little bit "hidden" in how they're placed so you have to check thoroughly to make sure there's not one near you. They're a christian store so they're going to be much more strict if you steal from them. They have employees out always doing stuff so as long as no one sees you, it's just as easy as Michaels, just more risky.