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SCAM!A Silverline salesperson came to my door to inform me that my previous security company Pinnacle has sold my contract to them and that they were going to upgrade my system free of charge and sign an agreement with them and pay the remainder of the Pinnacle contract off. Sounded great because Pinnacle wasn't living up to there contract. I cancelled with Pinnacle and received a final bill and faxed it to Silverline. I get a phone call later that week from Silverline asking me if I kept the old equipment, because they were not going to pay Pinnacle off and I needed to go back with them. What are you serious?They charged me two months of service and Pinnacle wants me to pay them two months of service to get reinstated. What a mess!So after a couple calls I managed to get my money back from Silverline!Beware of these tactics, make sure you call you're existing security provider first before making any changes!Yes, I agree it is a SCAM.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

However, these doorbells are designed to be very reliable, easy to install, and simple to use. They allow you to see, hear, and speak to those people who come to your door. You can access the doorbell camera from your computer, tablet, or through an app on your mobile phone. Here is a look at some of the options. Video Doorbell – This is the first edition model. It is a well rounded and high quality product. It is battery powered. It is easy to install and can work on any home you place it on. Often priced at $99, it is also an affordable option overall. It takes five minutes to install and has a 720p HD video resolution. Video Doorbell 2 – This is the company’s next generation model.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

The ACLU goes on to say that while the collection of this private information by the government is in itself an unacceptable invasion of privacy, how they use the information is even more problematic to the point of abuse. Otherwise harmless data gets placed on a variety of watch lists, with harsh consequences. Innocent individuals are prevented from boarding planes, are unable to obtain certain types of jobs, have their bank accounts frozen and find themselves repeatedly questioned by authorities without knowing why. Once the government has such information, it can widely share it and retain it indefinitely American Civil Liberties Organization. The rules regarding who has access to this surveillance information and how it can be used have changed and changed again in secret without the public ever becoming aware. The government can also use it to justify changing rules or even breaking laws as it did after the 9/11 terrorist attacks.