A referral from a past customer is always a positive sign of legitimacy, but it is certainly not fool-proof. The crook may have just met this past customer recently and sees it as an invitation to get in the door.
The safest customer is obviously a repeat who has been in and out for years with no problems. Occasionally a story surfaces about a well-dressed customer who makes several purchases over the course of weeks or months, gaining the confidence… Continue reading
The most dangerous types of thieves are armed robbers. Your cooperation will probably keep you alive since most of the time, they wear ski masks or disguises of some type and have no interest in pulling the trigger. Many times… Continue reading
Photo by I. BrokenSphere Before choosing an alarm/security system, talk to the insurance company to determine the type of system you will need and what type of premium discounts will accompany upgraded choices in hardware. The basics should include a… Continue reading
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Photo by Mark Somma Safes are rated as to threat resistance, and typically, the insurable amount of the goods contained in the safe will go higher as the rating increases. The insurance company will require a U.L. rated safe, as… Continue reading