slickwillie79

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slickwillie79 wrote

I liked ebay when I used to move merch. Idk why you say it's so so? Maybe your expectations are too high? I found I sold most items within 3 to 5 days of posting it on ebay which is pretty good imo.

I prefer lifting to save money now which is safer, less stressful, and fun! I don't see lifting as a job anymore and it's just a great time for me now lol

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slickwillie79 wrote (edited )

The main tip is don't get greedy. I personally hit the same stores over and over and over until I literally can't find anything I'd wear there anymore.

For example, I usually don't steal more than 3 shirts at a time and If I'm stealing pants I usually just lift two pairs under what I'm wearing.

Don't try to conceal so many that your clothes look puffy. I know that LP can stop you if they see you walk into changing rooms with loose fitting clothes and then you come back out looking all puffed up lol

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slickwillie79 wrote

I wouldn't worry too much about what to wear, it's more about timing than anything. You have to pay attention to everyone around you without looking sketchy and when no eyes are on you walk the fuck out.

I'll personally take my time trying on multiple pairs of shoes if there's a lot of people in the store to familiarize myself with my environment. Get comfortable for 20 min or so then bounce. Sometimes it feels right to be in and out too though, especially if there's no one around and you're parked in a great spot.

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slickwillie79 wrote

Look man, there are stores you can do this type of brazen walk out at. But I personally would not feel comfortable doing it at a walmart. I'm even comfortable walking out with the sensors going off at some places but not walmart. They don't have the best LP but they do monitor quite a lot and they might call the cops as soon as they figure out whats going on.

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slickwillie79 wrote

I've been worrying about stores adopting these for awhile now. They just might eventually be the norm one day. But on the other hand, companies might think it's not worth the money. All companies have to do is mark up the prices so people who pay make up for our theft lol :-P Companies will always opt for the least amount of effort for the most money... so even if they do become the norm, it wont be for awhile

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slickwillie79 wrote

I've lately given up on selling stuff I lift and find the savings are more worth it for me. You can afford to be less greedy and lift with less risk when it's just for you. Tonight I just came from the mall with 2 gym shorts, 3 sweat pants, and a tshirt for $36. I always buy something when lifting in malls especially mine which is upscale with heavy security. I steal almost everything I need, even fucking toothpaste lol! Seriously, saving money with this skill is where I think it's at as opposed to moving stolen shit online.

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slickwillie79 wrote (edited )

I don't understand the benefits of this method. What are they?

I can't see why it's any better than grabbing your items and concealing them in a blind spot and leaving. It's taking two long steps to do something that can take a few minutes imo.

I'm referring to stashing your items in a blind spot then coming back the next day btw

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slickwillie79 wrote

Hell no its not fucking free and it costs me stress, time, planning, gas, and money. Its a downright business, and a business that's no different than the businesses the greedy crooks have that run this country (America) and the big corporations we steal from!

Do you think these big corporations get big making marginal profits? nah, they be robbin people yo

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slickwillie79 wrote

I personally try not to stash the tags in other clothing because once they find it they'll then be on alert for shoplifting. I find places inside the dressing room to put them so it takes them even longer to find. I've even begun taping them in places where they can't be seen. The less evidence the better. My motto is: If you after you lifted something from a place you don't feel comfortable going back the next day, then you weren't slick enough.

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slickwillie79 wrote (edited )

I never use bags period. I personally minimize all possible signs that can alert anybody as to what I'm doing. If you want to do this effectively, you need to alter your clothing. I literally sow pockets and additional compartments into my clothing while making myself look minimal as fuck. I won't get into too much detail as I don't want to give away my secrets freely online so that LP/LE can catch me/us easier, but that's the gist of it ;-)