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Our top journalist can be seen daily on "America Now. " I intend to put as much publicity warning people about this company across the nation as I possibly can. I'm contacting the Attny. General in both states, the BBB which has NINE pages of complaints against SILVERLINE SECURITY. SILVERLINE SECURITY IS A RIP OFF. Sliverline Security Company is a total scam!My husband was solicited by one of the companies young sales person promissing high tech security to protect my home. Sensors were placed on all of the lower level windows, front and rear doors and second floor outside of my three bedrooms. Sounds great. Not!The key sensors malfunctions three times calling the police costing me a total of $105 in false alarm fees. About four weeks after the alarm system was installed my house was burglarized and the alarm never went off. My husband and I called numerous times to find out why the system failed.

Posted March, 2011 by Admin

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MORE: Best Indoor and Outdoor Home Security CamerasNest isn't exactly a stranger to smart home security, thanks to its Nest Cam and its 2014 purchase of Dropcam. But Nest sees this trio of products fitting right into its portfolio of smart home products while giving users better control over the security of their home. "One thing that really impresses me about Nest is that we take these simple home products and reimagine every part of it," Nest CEO Marwan Fawaz said at a San Francisco press event unveiling the Nest Secure, Nest Hello and Nest Cam IQ Outdoor. "Reimagining these products has allowed us to transform what they mean to people and disrupt entire industries. "Here's a closer look at what you can expect from all three of Nest's new home security products. Nest SecureEasily the most elaborate product introduced by Nest, Nest Secure actually uses three different components to secure your home. The Nest Guard circular base unit looks like a smart home speaker that's been cut by a third. It features a keypad for arming and disarming your home alarm. Nest GuardThere's also a panic button on the back of the Nest Guard, and let me tell you, having heard the alarm when someone pressed it in Nest's demo area, it is good and loud. Nest Guard connects wirelessly to Nest Detect, a compact sensor you attach to either a window or door. The 3.

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Posted February, 2011 by Admin

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