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A door-to-door salesman came to our house today offering free surveillance system installation in exchange for placing a sign in our yard. I told him I’d consider it, but I’m pretty sure I’ll decline. Has anybody dealt with Vault Security before? I can’t seem to find many reviews online. EDIT: When I told them not to come by any longer, they just said okay and didn’t try to force it, which makes me suspicious. Normally, salespeople would not let anyone go too quickly. I’m hoping this is all going to pay off now. Thank you all for your helpful suggestions! 77 percent upvoted from 17 commentssharesavehidereport This discussion has been ended. There are no new comments or votes that can be made. Sort by the strongest.
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My wife and I bought this protection device because we knew I’d be living in another country for a year. Since I’m in the military, this happens on occasion. The protection system had been malfunctioning long before I left. When the doors opened or closed, the sensors on the doors failed to chime. The panel would say “system armed, bypass back door, garage door, etc…” when we set the alarm system at night or when we were gone.
We’ve told Vault about it on many occasions, and they’ve dispatched technicians. For a few hours, the issue would be fixed, but then it would resurface. My wife eventually asked if there was a delay to get out of our contract due to the system not functioning after months of endless talks with customer service. That was never a possibility, according to the members.
A protection system should be dependable. It’s expected to work flawlessly every time. What’s the point if that’s not the case? During my deployment, I was not given any peace of mind. Even though Vault was getting my money on time every month, I had no idea if my family would be safe.
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There are several reasons to install an alarm system in your home. Some people would try to trick you into buying an alarm system from them by using fear tactics. We’d like to use logic and justification to help you see how installing an alarm system in your home is a huge advantage and blessing for you and your family. 12 November 2019
To entice you to give them your company, some alarm companies make a lot of boasts and promises. You do not know the gravity of the situation until you’ve already signed a contract. Before you sign your contract, make sure you do some research on the alarm company’s reliability. 3 November 2019
When planning a home remodeling project, there are a few things to keep in mind about your alarm system. It’s an exciting time to be planning a home remodeling project. The possibilities seem infinite, and prospects abound. 29th of October, 2019
I recently came across this article and felt compelled to reply to the author. Len Penzo wrote an article titled “14 Reasons Why Controlled Home Protection Systems Are For Suckers.” Even though he admits to having a controlled warning system, he approaches the issue from a very negative viewpoint. 20th of October, 2019
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If you live in Los Angeles, you are aware that crime will sometimes spread to even the better sections of the city and its suburbs. Many people in LA County invest in home protection systems, and even a basic security system will deter suspected intruders from accessing your home while also assisting law enforcement in tracking them down and bringing them to justice. We’ll go through some of the advantages of getting a home surveillance system, as well as how to get a home security camera system installed for a low price.
The advantages of installing a home surveillance camera system can be deceiving. A camera system can not only catch someone committing a criminal act on your house, such as vandalism or breaking and entering, but it will also act as a deterrent to those who are considering doing so. In reality, homes with security systems have lower rates of all forms of crime because possible intruders see the security system or alerts that a security system is installed and decide to go somewhere else.