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Just like Justin, Paul did the same thing. Paul stated to me that he was going to personally “hand carry” our paperwork to approving authority and that he was going to contact us once that happens. No calls, no emails, nothing. I called again the following night and spoke w/ Jared Morris. He was giving me the same story and I wasn’t having it. I demanded to talk to someone above his position but after 10 min of talking to him he miraculously found out on his computer that our request to cancel before SEP 2011 was denied.

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If so, you want the alternative which I call easy DIY home CCTV where you buy a pre packaged kit that has all the equipment you need along with installation instructions. Going the DIY route means you gain flexibility – you can choose the features you need to start off, then upgrade as you learn more about your needs. You also save money by not paying a monthly fee. If anything, the problem is choice. There are different types of technologies to choose from and then there are dozens of brands across the price spectrum. That’s why I thought of writing this article to help you choose a ready to use Easy DIY home CCTV kit.

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While close to two thirds of the home security industry is still controlled by local and regional players, the growth potential has attracted some large companies and brought consolidation. Most notably, Amazon this year acquired home security brands Blink and Ring—startups that offer web connected doorbells and cameras—and announced a home security offering with monthly monitoring as low as $10. The move “is high up on the radars of people in this industry,” said Jillian Bateman, chief development officer of the Electronic Security Association, a national trade group. “Amazon is absolutely a disrupter, so we’re very closely monitoring what they’re doing,” Bateman said. “It will be interesting to see if people trust Amazon with their home security. ”Some think traditional security companies should be concerned.

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