timthetinman

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timthetinman wrote

There will be a barcode or identifying number that will show that the receipt is falsified due to the info on it not matching up to the items on the list. However, if you've edited and printed it out well, then simply get some water or juice and drop it on the code and or number so it's no longer readable. You might have to do it a few times so it looks realistic enough and so the codes definitely can't be read, but if it looks real and it's smudged, then I'd say half the time it'll work for you.

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timthetinman wrote

It's such a weird bunch of circle jerking wannabe pedos in that group. The amount of shit I've seen where one says something like "was gonna call the cops but she was a cute girl" where they could have just said "didn't wanna give the minor a record". Creeps with little to live for.

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timthetinman wrote

Most expensive single item was a gaming laptop which was really stupidly left out on the side after a demonstration. Best batch though was the day I managed to take out 6 high power drills and flip them all by the end of the day, must have made just over £3k, but I'd never risk moving that much at once again, it was just pure dumb luck.

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timthetinman wrote

My best method for this was to buy a shitty broken one from eBay or craigslist, then go to a camera fair and switch it with a good one from a desk/display. Worked three times now, at these fairs no one questions you picking up cameras and inspecting them, so when they glance over and you've walked off but a camera is still there, no worries.

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timthetinman wrote

You know it! It was raining in my city today, so went into a few shops to get things I needed. Went into JD Sports, lifted 4 sets of chunky laces (needed to replace mine and wanted some variety), 5 protein bars that I like, a decent baseball cap, and two sports bottles. Then in WH Smith I managed to lift headphones and iPhone cables!

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timthetinman wrote

UK lifter here. I always found shops like B&M, Sainsburys, Tesco, Poundland, B&Q, Homebase and some pet stores were really easy to lift from if you were after smaller things (no bigger than a hand size) which I could carry around pretending to look for something else, then easily slip it into a coat pocket. Once walked out of a Homebase with 4 superbright LED torches, a remote control switch kit, a decent knife and my favourite lift, a cactus in a pot. My method has always been to look busy or absent minded, wander around as if comparing prices and then after carrying a couple of things around, taking one back to the original spot in case someone clocked me carrying something.