Scamming Large Stores
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Instead of stealing merchandise, just walk around downtown until you find a cash register receipt someone's just dropped.
You take the receipt into the store it's from. You pretend to shop until you find an item on the receipt.
You take the item around the store for a while, then you use the receipt to return the item for cash.
Of course this works best in big stores. It works best with itemized receipts. Don't use receipts that are old or dirty. Don't use the same receipt twice. Try to vary the stores you scam.
Other good scams include shopping with a big cup of soda you can drop small items into. Antother way is to buy a cheap can of paint, then loosen the lid and drop something expensive inside. The metal of the can blocks the x-rays from the security system.