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Reply to comment by /u/daniel091 in BBW walk out by /u/lift2lift

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lift2lift wrote

It’s a pretty ballsy, give no fucks move. You do a walk out when you don’t want to pay for anything. You have to be quick and know what you want and get in get out fast. Usually you go somewhere and conceal a few things while paying for the bigger items.

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lift2lift wrote

Easiest has to be kohl’s and JCP. I have done countless walkouts. When I go there isn’t many people workers and I’m not sure why. Macy’s has always been my go to and majority of my walks outs have been there. I do find Macy’s to have more employees obviously but still I have been able to get what I want all the time from there.

Reply to Kohls by /u/lowfi

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lift2lift wrote

Hmmm? I have repeatedly done walk outs at both JCP and Kohl’s without a hitch...maybe LP is sleeping 🤷🏻‍♀️

Reply to Just lucky? by /u/Honey

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lift2lift wrote

JCP is easy for walk outs. I fill my store JCP bag full of clothes, go to fitting room and remove the tags. I slowly inch my way to the door and boom gone. Slowly and casual of course.

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lift2lift wrote

Take shoes you dont want with you. Try on the some you don’t want when you are they’re. When you see the ones you want try them on. Pretend to take them off or do a switch a rue trying on the old and the new. Finally put your old ones in the box and put them back on shelf. Start heading towards the exit but casually look a stuff also. Then leave as if you didn’t find shit 😉

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lift2lift wrote

My husband does. I don’t sell anything. It’s all for personal use. Everything I get goes to benefit my family. I rarely get hauls for myself but when I do I go all out. I have thought about selling things recently but I really don’t want to go that route. It would be more of a risk I think if I increased the times I go on sprees.

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lift2lift wrote

I have just been paying off debt but at the moment stopped because tis the season to spend some of your money. Any who we bought a house and if it weren’t for lifting we wouldn’t be able to live comfortable like we do now. I can’t believe that if I run out of shampoo or bars of soap it will cost me over $25 to replace. F that. I have a teenager so we go through quite a bit. Now that she’s at that age for experimenting with make up, I can only imagine how broke I’d be without lifting.

In the end, I’m able to pay bills without worrying if I have enough until another check. I’m pretty happy. I have struggled in the past and I never want to be there again. I suppose I should have a rainy day fund if I ever do get caught ( knock on wood).

How much did it cost you? I’ve never been caught that way.