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LOCK PICKING, Part 1: The Bump Key - Scam School. How to escape from a straitjacket! - Scam School. Zip Tie Escape - Scam School. How to open most padlocks WITHOUT the combination or keys! - Scam School. How to Vanish with a New Identity. Dark Side or not, it's always good to say, "Hey, folks.

How to Vanish with a New Identity

Don't forget, this is illegal. Do it at your own risk. LH is not responsible for any trouble you may cause/get yourself into! " First of all, Dark Side articles have a completely different vibe than almost every other article. In other words, they rarely "fit" with the feeling you get from Lifehacker, especially if you've been here since before Dark Side articles began popping up regularly. Adam Dachis, however, is spinning it to advocate identity theft. Let me make this final point clear: I am not against these types of articles in general. Presenting both ways to protect yourself from identity theft and then ways to steal another person's identity (with a joking tone or not)? They should probably create a separate site dedicated to Dark Side posts. Amen. Vintage Vinyl:Steal This Book. Library of Congress number 72-157115 (stolen from Library of Congress) copyright ©1971 PIRATE EDITIONS Restaurants Food Programs Supermarkets Wholesale Markets Food Conspiracies Cheap Chow Free Clothing Sandals Free Furniture Hitch-Hiking Freighting Cars Buses Airlines In City Travel Communes Urban Living Rural Living List of Communes List of Free Universities Birth Control Clinics Abortions Diseases Treated Free Press Conference Wall Painting Use of the Flag Radio Free Telephones Pay Phones Movies and Concerts Records and Books.

Vintage Vinyl:Steal This Book

A Lottery Loophole (Sorry, Now Closed) in Massachusetts. Confidence trick. §Terminology[edit] A confidence trick is also known as a con game, a con, a scam, a grift, a hustle, a bunko (or bunco), a swindle, a flimflam, a gaffle or a bamboozle.

Confidence trick

The intended victims are known as "marks", "suckers", or "gulls" (ie, gullible). When accomplices are employed, they are known as shills. §Short and long cons[edit] A short con or small con is a fast swindle which takes just minutes. A long con or big con (also, chiefly British English: long game[3]) is a scam that unfolds over several days or weeks and involves a team of swindlers, as well as props, sets, extras, costumes, and scripted lines. §Stages of the con[edit] In Confessions of a Confidence Man, Edward H. Foundation Work The preparations which are made before the scheme is put in motion, including the elaboration of the plan, the employment of assistants and so forth. Approach The manner of getting in touch with the victim—often most elaborately and carefully prepared. Build-up Pay-off or Convincer The Hurrah The In-and-In. List of Ponzi schemes. Security & Network.