shiplofting

shiplofting wrote

I will always reccomend a dedicated craft store for art supplies over any department store. They are notoriously easy. Use your cart space better and get more groceries lol

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shiplofting wrote

Here's how I get groceries. I go to the store with around 3 or so heavy duty reusable bags from that store. Get a cart. Put your bags in the cart. Then I fill up my cart like a normal shopper. Check prices, compare items, act exactly like you're going to buy it all. This works great if there's no workers nearby the doors. When you're done, don't bother concealing or bagging anything, just mosy your way to the doors pooking at shit, then when the coast is clear, just walk the fuck out and to your car where you parked in a far off spot. Then, hidden by your car, bag all your things in the reusable bags with a quickness, load up your car and get out of there. I've done this many times. Hole food and other organic mid sized local high end places are the easiest. Please let me know if you have questions.

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shiplofting wrote

Never leave behind evidence of lifting. Tags, packaging, boxes, etc. Always better to just take the whole damn thing like you own it. Saves you time and an opportunity to get caught unboxing it. Also never return something you stole. Especially if the guilt is hitting you. If it is, donate it to somebody in need. Never admit guilt and never go back too soon!

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shiplofting wrote (edited )

Yes, you'd need a golf detacher for those. I'm in the same boat. However my f22 is lousy at tagging. And a different location I've been to had different magnet tags that mine took off just fine. They mixed the magnet tags and ink dome tags. Weird.

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Reply to by K0dane

shiplofting wrote

They do tag clothes over a certain dollar limit and always Nike. I worked there for a hot minute.

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shiplofting wrote

I put it in a pockets, or hide it somewhere inconspicuous in the store. Eg at the bottom of a basket. Best place is to find a really hidden spot, like a ledge in the fitting room high up where nobody will notice until it's too late. Or, you can get really creative with tape and tape it underneath a bench or something. You can also bring in an opaque disposable coffee cup, stuff it with napkins, and put your tags in and throw it away in the store. Your goal is to actually leave no trace at all that you were lifting. No paper tags, hangers, security tags, or RFID left behind. If they find evidence of shoplifting, they will up security to deal with it. Guaranteed.

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