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thief moderator wrote

Go in with a backpack and act normally, you'll look like a normal student. Check between the pages for RFID and if they have a cover check under there too, but don't act suspicious or look suspicious. If they don't have scanners completely ignore part 2. Otherwise you can stuff so many damn books in your bag and you won't have to pay 2 grand for some books.

Reply to Boosting by /u/0siris

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thief moderator wrote

You'd be better off just making a booster bag because you would need to wrap the item in SEVERAL layers and it's going to look super sketchy just wrapping some item in foil unless you have a plan. Not to mention it's prolly just gonna sounds like CRKCKRKCKRCKKCKR in your pocket or clothing or bag.

Walking in with a backpack is less sketchy than walking in with a roll of tin foil and wrapping a box with it

Reply to comment by /u/Cufflux in Anyone lift from Zara? by /u/WavyJessa

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thief wrote

Good thing they're outlawed in my state, if they become legal ima just, put a thin layer of electrical tape over those pinhole cameras they have in those pinhole coathanger cameras, fuckin voyeurs it's ridiculous how that's legal

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thief moderator wrote

Amazon is starting to crack down on this sort of thing, but it still works, you just claim your item never arrived and most of the time they will give a refund, but you may need to elaborate more.

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thief moderator wrote

I've never lifted clothes, so I'll leave that for someone else to answer, but leaving them in the dressing room sounds kinda sketch to me. If I were you I would take a lot of items and bury the ones you want in the middle of the stack, conceal the ones you want (after detagging) and put the tags inside the clothing you are returning to shelves. Specifically pants with pockets so, like,, they don't fall out of the right sleeve of a t-shirt, you know?

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thief moderator wrote

There shouldn't be cameras in the dressing rooms, that's borderline voyeurism.

Number 2: If you're concerned about hidden tags on the tags, then just remove the price tag and use whatever method. However if you happen to set off the alarms you literally just keep walking. The towers are borderline useless. They can't stop you just for the tower unless they see you conceal or rip a security tag off.

However, this doesn't mean play it smart then beep on your way out. In fact, remove every tag from the item even knowing how unuseful the towers are because if you beep on the way out you're drawing an extreme amount of attention to yourself and you're going to be watched closer the next time you come in.

I wish you luck on this lift.

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thief wrote

No. But if you're going to do a convenience store be very careful because it's a small store and they may have cameras in every corner. Ever seen Gas Station Encounters?

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thief wrote

Beats come in a decently medium sized box. A jacket would EASILY be able to bypass the bulky shape of the box. Bagwise, Beats probably would be able to fit in any sized bag to be honest with the exception of some tiny handbags but a backpack or purse is well enough to conceal it in

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thief moderator wrote

Use the duffel bag you stated and conceal in a blind spot away from employees and customers. Home Depot is a very large store so often times they can't cover the entire store at once but this doesn't mean play it dumb. In fact play it as smart as possible, use the blind spot to your greatest advantage.

Is there an exit that's not attended that you know of?

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thief moderator wrote

  1. Search up "S3 Key for sale UK" and click on the first link, tagdetacher.com I think. And for the magnet search for a golf detacher.

  2. Best things to flip are stuff like makeup, power tools, some high-end electronics (but be careful with this one).

  3. Yes you clip lanyard tags, and no, they won't go off, they're basically a magnetic piece of plastic. No electronics, no problem.

I wish you luck on your next lift!

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thief moderator wrote

The only way I see you getting caught is:

-The first store had cameras and they check it. Unlikely they would check em considering it's a shopping street;

-They ping an alert to nearby stores. Then comes the very unlikely risk of thee second store checking their cameras, if they have any at all.

-Then comes the extremely unlikely risk of them somehow saving your credit card information and reporting it to the police if they even decide to investigate this long.

Yes, quite the silly thing to worry about, but there's too many factors here that make it unlikely you'll be caught. Best of luck and happy lifting!

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thief wrote

What kind of bag is it? Either way you buy Faraday fabric or just use a shit ton of foil along the sides of the bag. Just,, line it and make sure there's no gaps and make sure your bag is closed whenever you walk out. Yes, conversion is probably the cheaper option but Faraday bags are made to block the signals without fail, it's your decision however.

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thief wrote

No, but Imgur has removed several images of shoplifted stuff from their site. People can report posts and it can be taken down, coinsh.red is made by people affiliated with Raddle therefore there's no report button and the admins don't give a shit if you post hauls on there so you can enjoy your image staying up for everyone to see without consequence

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thief moderator wrote

I personally do it because, while you may not be able to apprehend us just for the alarm, it is extremely sketchy and I will only be watched closer the next time I come in. If I walk in and don't beep then walk out and don't beep I look like a regular customer, where as if I walk in and don't beep and walk out and beep that is very strange. The towers aren't useless, but still have a use.

There's also the risk of, if I walk in and don't beep but walk out and beep, they're likely to check the footage because, let's be real, that's strange.