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Has shoplifting (from corporations) turned into a virtue?

Any lads here absolutely hate shoplifters but couldn't stand seeing n-words get away with it so much (and companies not care) so you decided to start doing it? At least with mega-corporations, not small businesses.

>Walmart

>Target

>Who else?

Also, will you get caught long-term if you keep using an alternate barcode (peeled off of a discounted item) for cheap items to ring up more expensive things at self checkout? Once you scan the candy bar 50% off sale barcode over the expensive fish's normal barcode, even if it detects the weight is incorrect, the message goes away in a few seconds in lots of stores. Does that trigger some kind of backend notice to management so they can review the footage? What if you do it hundreds of times with the same barcode?

  1. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Also, what are these things? They are newly- installed every couple of yards on both sides of an isle that does not have overhead cameras watching it. They have wires under/in the back of them. Little black screen-looking things in front. I'm pretty sure they are cameras, no? They are in nearly every isle though, in varying numbers, but in the isles with no overhead cameras, they are literally every 6 feet or so on both sides of the isles.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      counters that sense when some one walks in front of it. Gives the grocer more feedback on what products are gathering traffic

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        That's it? For real? Not cameras? So one can load up right in front of them and not be seen, provided no overhead cameras exist? Kino.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Most overhead "cameras" don't even have a cam in them, no fucking way they were putting one every 6 feet in every aisle.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >no overhead cameras
      I work in a grocery store. There are overhead cameras, trust me. The ones you can see are there to provide people with the sense they are being watched, not to provide full coverage. For every camera you can see, there is 1-2 more hidden ones.

      I don't work in a store with self-checkout, so I'm afraid I cannot answer your other questions.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        OH NO… CAMERAS!!!! Who cares? Cops won't spend any time investigating petty theft. Also you can unsuspiciously wear a mask with hat thanks to coronachan

  2. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    a man who masters the skills of a thief can accomplish anything

  3. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Don't steal petty shit.
    If you want to do damage steal and destroy Municipal property like storm drains and manhole covers, unbolt handrails.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      [deleted post]

      Another Anon on here said that Walmart makes companies that sell their products at Walmart pay Walmart back for anything that's stolen. So it's not Walmart taking the hit, it's the companies. Is this truk0ra4e?

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Is this truk0ra4e?
        *Is this true. Fucking browser/captcha shit.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Holy fuck what a loser. Imagine comic books having this kind of an impact on you but you still aren’t willing to work out. Lmao

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      I’ve got a plan cooking to steal steaks. $40 for a ribeye, huh fuckers?
      >just walk right
      >through the door
      >walk
      >right
      >through
      >the
      >door

      This anon is quite the devious prankster. Economic warfare is the only thing that really seems to hurt these demons.

  4. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I don't steal myself but if I see someone stealing from the LCBO or Beer Store (government owned stores) I support it

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      fuck ya bud. im not poor enough to steal but ill buy stolen booze from some junkbag every time lol. i used to know a junkie who took orders i could ask for a few different bottles and hed come back with them under a giant coat a few hours later. imagine being that clever and resourceful and using it all for a couple hits of dope lol

  5. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    If I steal/get bribed it has to be so much that I never have to steal again.

  6. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Stealing from other people is objectively n-wordtier. Stealing from international billionaires is based.

    t. guy who stole at least .5 mil worth of shit from Walmart over a decade

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Mein bro! Fuck these huge garden gnome companies ruining my country. Not ruining my life though!

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >.5 mil worth

      master, please teach me the way

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      based thief

  7. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Fucking low effort glowie

  8. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I may or may not steal about $10k worth of shit every year from self checkout lines. Obviously only globohomo companies, since they're the only ones with them. Also, this is just for satirical purposes. But make me bag my own shit or wait in 20 minute lines because you fired so many wagies...lol, no. Gibsmedats shit garden gnome

  9. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I work retail, I won't steal but I don't mind giving tips.

    Changing the barcodes for reduced barcodes can work, but it's easy to spot if the staff are attentive. It goes without saying, but if the shop is busy, it's a lot easier to get away with fucking around with the self checkout. Staff are likely to just approve the discrepancy while they undo the belligerent alco's security lock. The message about weight going away is usually okayed by a overworked staff member (different stores have different procedures, some like to have the wagie walk over in person/others just let them use the tanoy to okay the weight), an easy way to keep suspicion off is to use your own bag, ideally a havisack so staff think its just your bag setting off the weight alert and not your soon to be stolen goods.

    It can trigger a timestamp of when certain items were bought, but this is time consuming and then they have to take timestamp and search it in the footage. Nobody really wants to do that and they have to realise something fishy it up. It's pretty normal for a muscle bro to buy like 5+ protein bars. It's technically possible, but its unlikely.

    If you repeat it with the same barcode a lot it will flag the system. Stock wise it'll look weird when they have 12 chocolate bars on the shelf but they should have 0 because 12 were 'sold' earlier. Any decent stock controller should catch this, but it'll obviously be after the crime. So don't use the same trick multiple times in succession.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >It can trigger a timestamp of when certain items were bought, but this is time consuming and then they have to take timestamp and search it in the footage. Nobody really wants to do that and they have to realise something fishy it up. It's pretty normal for a muscle bro to buy like 5+ protein bars. It's technically possible, but its unlikely.
      >If you repeat it with the same barcode a lot it will flag the system. Stock wise it'll look weird when they have 12 chocolate bars on the shelf but they should have 0 because 12 were 'sold' earlier. Any decent stock controller should catch this, but it'll obviously be after the crime. So don't use the same trick multiple times in succession.

      Thanks m8. Yeah, this kind of stuff is what I'm curious about. Let's say you've been using the same 50% off discount candy bar code for a year to ring up tacos, beef, etc. at the same store for that year, every other day or so. But that candy bar has not been on sale for 6 months. There's no doubt that creates a flag, no?

      t. Scared.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Candy bars can be reduced for different reasons, such as it's not being sold anymore, it's sell by date is coming up as opposed to a sale. It's possible the barcode changes price too. So it returns to original price. Not 100% sure how it works for USA though.

        I'd say get the stickers off the reduced to clear stuff occasionally, rather than using one chocolate bar sticker for years.

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          Great idea, already thought of it before. It's not just a candy bar, you can use reduced cans, etc. too. Employees are looking at me differently though. LP follows me, etc. Feels like heat even though I don't really do anymore than that. I feel like some kind of flag gave way to them keeping track. Oh well.

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            Anyone who's worked any time in security learns to profile customers with a glance. Methheads you can spot just by their jaunting gait, drunks you can smell before you see and so on. Shopping is supposed to be a braindead activity were you buy more bugburgers, so anyone who's shifty and tense sticks out. Luckily you can wear a mask, hat and glasses to hide your emotions.

            If you're nervous about the candy bar barcode trick, start smaller and just pocket a few items. Idly placing a item in your pocket isn't too overt and is easy to do so outside of vision.

            Always buy something though, classic mistake I see a ton of times is idiots walking to the meat fridge and walking out. That gets the guard sprinting after them. If they'd gone to the meat fridge then bought some milk it's a lot less suspicious.

            • 9 months ago
              Anonymous

              No, no, I got all that covered. I'm not nervous, etc. I'm friends with everyone, buy things as well, all that. I've just used the same discount barcodes so many times for so long is all. Thanks for all the tips. Do companies really "add up" small thefts and wait until they are felonies to catch the offender? I'm sure things might be different in bongland, but let me know.

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                stock going missing is referred to as shrink. That includes theft, damaged, out of date and even not being delivered. Companies do expect to have a certain amount of stock lost from shrink, there is a certain limit on each item before it becomes unacceptable and gets flagged. I'd guess it's around 5-10% of total estimated stock missing on count. Like I said though, it's hard to pinpoint why exactly a certain item is missing.

                I seriously doubt they keep a database of thieves. In Bongland we don't even call the police anymore, they know all the thieves and basically just release them without any penalty. It's not worth the time. Security I've interacted with were always subcontracted and outside of the company. They didn't have a record of thieves at different stores, basically just a whatsapp group of local thieves and they'd ping each other when one of them was doing the rounds. More complex security firms have walkie talkies but it's not much different.

            • 9 months ago
              Anonymous

              Honestly it's a lot easier to just learn the closing times and go in 15 minutes before. You can get a day's worth of calories for £1, mostly in hot chickens and baked goods.

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Product A is £10
          >Product B is 10p
          >Both weigh the same
          >Scan Product B by accident, then attempt to scan Product A
          >Machine says "Thank you, that's scanned. Please place the item in the bagging area"
          >Place Product A in the bagging area
          >Scan Product B and place in the bagging area
          >Pay the 20p and leave

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            you can do that, but I'd wager your ability to accurately weigh products with just a glance was wasted in pinching from woolies

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        >that candy bar has not been on sale for 6 months. There's no doubt that creates a flag, no?

        "Sam, we are making money on products that we aren't even buying from the manufacturer."
        "Great work, Fred, let's give ourselves a raise!"

  10. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    no but i got the vaccine once i saw blacks were the only ones not getting it

  11. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I don't, but I've often asked myself why the right doesn't formulate a civil disobedience and sabotage strategy. Literally e v e r y t h i n g else has failed. You will only be respected and listened to if you cause inconvenience and damage to the ruling powers.

  12. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Yes. The mask mandates make it real easy. I have some meth heads that I sell to and then they resell for meth. I will never get caught.

  13. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    ITT: n-words behaving like n-words and trying to justify it by saying "um well the other n-words are doing it too so I'd like to get ahead of the competition"
    Literally the reason black societies fail and white societies don't, and now you're choosing to act like a n-word.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Imagine being a law abiding citizen in a tyrannical dystopia

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >white societies
      These don't exist anymore.

  14. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    It is an absolute fact that nothing can be stolen from a garden gnome, because anything a garden gnome has amassed was through thievery. Taking from gnomish companies is not stealing. If you see a garden gnome alone, beat him, rob him of everything he has. You will have done nothing wrong. Kill him if you please. No harm done to a garden gnome could ever be considered anything other than righteous and necessary by any rationale man. The opinions of women, garden gnomes, and n-words on this matter are irrelevant.
    I'd go as far too say that not taking from garden gnomes is simply allowing them to steal from you.

  15. 9 months ago
    SAGE

    >couldn't stand seeing n-words get away with it
    >starts doing it

  16. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    its legal in california

  17. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    In Dallas they decriminalized shoplifting under 500 bucks.

    As a white guy I saw the writing on the wall for what it would mean for nigs.

    I looked up all the city council members, found their spouses or kids had buisnesses. Then went and intentional stole stuff right up to that limit as a form of protest......

    I recommend you do the same.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      totally fucking based.

  18. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Hardest way to hit the stores is to hack it and make the cameras go off.
    or have an inside man there, he shuts things off or sets it up to avoid your area.
    Go in and pick one by one or go big and pick it clean.

    Another way is planned robbery.
    Get a friend and have him rob the store, done, you get all that shit without you being investigated.

  19. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Fun fact, in Britain, you can pick up whatever you want and walk straight out the door. The only thing that may stop you is a retarded n-word guard who forgot he isn't allowed to physically stop anyone.
    So long as you don't cause any physical violence, the police will not be called to the scene. There is no limit on the value you can take, it used to be around 200£ but now they've scrapped it to be unlimited.
    This country is a fucking joke and I wish to see our government get Guy Fawkes'd

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      t. worked in a store where they promoted pic related

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      t. worked in a store where they promoted pic related

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        lmao I recognise these slides, what'd we expect when we literally worked for Cohen?

  20. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's allowed if you're a n-word.

  21. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Yes, I steal anything and everything. Have gotten thousands upon thousands over the years. Also stole out of rooms when I was hotel maintenance. Pic related a nice 18k gold chain stolen from a drug dealing thugs room when he went out for lunch. Was screaming, crying, and howling in the lobby for about 30 minutes. Police came, took a report while rolling their eyes, then we never heard anything again. Easy

  22. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I've been heavily shop lifting despite having a high paying government job, for the last 1.5 years due to how the major supermarkets here treat people regarding covid. We are treated like absolute dog shit, arrows on the floor, forced to check in with their shitty QR codes, wipe our own trolleys down, all the staff standing like 2 metres away from you when they talk to you, and they use covid as an excuse to mark their prices up because "it helps cover the risk to our employees!".

    Fuck them. Ontop of all that, they want me to bag my own shit? Then I'm subsidizing your products.Treat me like a n-word, and I'll act like one.

  23. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Since im not a hypocritical n-word

    No

  24. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    anyone member in like 09 when the fake coupons were all over /b/? what happened to that crazy?

  25. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    My friend started stealing from walmart.
    I refuse to thieve, but I will task him with stealing me a bag of chips and a soda if hes going to do it anyway that way my hands stay clean.

  26. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I support trunk meat

  27. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I used to care. The way things are going? Let n-words nig and ruin their locales. At some point companies will refuse to send anymore to that location. It's a self-correcting problem.

  28. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    and its only the chimp pet caste of the ((goblin)) thats allowed to do it bc corporate is scared of some viral video of a monkey getting beat up by security goons starting a chimpout

  29. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Its not shoplifting if its owed to you. I dont work for less than $20/hr. Stores got rid of cashiers and helpers so now I make sure I get paid for my work.

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