nickles

nickles wrote

Reply to by !deleted21471

jcp doesnt do that, people are just messy and disrespectful to retail workers lmao

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nickles wrote

  • barcodes dont make the towers go off. the triggers are typically the security tags youre used to, or that metal sticker you mentioned. peel off the metal stickers to avoid the tower going off. (you can buy magnets for the bigger ones btw)

  • lifting from target is often discouraged, especially for people less experienced with lifting, such as yourself. when target catches you stealing, they wait to report you until theyve built a case big enough to get you in real trouble. if you arent completely confident in your ability to not get caught, id steer clear of target.

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nickles wrote

Reply to by simba

any lawyer that tells you you don't need a lawyer is a bad lawyer. always get a lawyer, just not that guy

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nickles wrote

it sounds like anything that you can't stash on your person is off limits for that store. if youre carrying something on you, buy something small like a pack of gum to lower suspicion.

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nickles wrote

a large majority of people who do online sex work are doing it out of necessity. we all do what we can to get by in this shitty capitalist society, and sites like these take money right out of the pockets of those who need it. please dont steal from the working class. there is plenty of free porn online.

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nickles wrote

i didnt do much lifting myself, but i helped several others, mostly low income mothers in need of childrens clothes. i work at a department store where the cams are broken so whenever i inevitably catch someone stealing i just tell them that nobodys watching and to stash in the dressing room etcetc. hopefully i helped a few extra kids stay warm at night :) heres to 2020

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nickles wrote

Reply to by !deleted22650

doubt it. if the owner of the cc reports an unauthorized transaction, and the bank tells walmart, and walmart tells samsung, and samsung cares enough (they have no reason to), aaand they have a device identification system that can be used to track specific devices connected to the internet, they might be able to find it. i doubt anyone would go through all that trouble for a single tablet.

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nickles wrote

Reply to by bruhmoment

something ive found to be profitable for me is coding things for other people on the internet. theres lots of forums for people who are too lazy to make a simple program or script for themselves, so theyll pay someone else to do it. if you dont know a language or anything its not too hard to get into and it pays off. i know its legal but its also low risk and you learn a good skill along the way. its not a get rich quick scheme by any means but it can be a good start.

if you intend to sell something you lift, make sure you know whether or not items can be blacklisted from theft via imeis or serial numbers. if you sell online, sell anonymously if you can. i dont recommend selling in person because if you sell to someone you know, they could snitch, and if you sell to someone you dont know you could always get robbed or worse.

you can use things such as cashapp or paypal to store your money digitally, though these usually require a form of legal identification. you can also receive payments with crypto, but those are typically unstable, and converting them to legal currency typically requires legal id aswell. if you take cash, i find that hiding cash behind walls via power outlets/light switches works just fine depending on how its built.

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