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Home Security Monitoring

Homeowners are often reluctant to get security monitoring for their home because they feel their front door lock is sufficient to keep intruders out. Unfortunately even the most complex locks can be picked and overrode by clever intruders. Promote home security with your clients by making them aware of the vulnerabilities of an unprotected home.

 

Criminals with intent will find a way to breach any home they recognize as being unsecured. Nothing will stop them from breaking a window to create a point of entry. Once in, the entire contents of the home will be at the disposal of the intruder. Anything they can carry out and use or sell for money will be at risk but this risk is not limited to just personal possessions. Bills and legal documents containing personal information are often found around the home. Identifying documents such as passports and memberships can be used as an identity theft tool and these documents are often kept in locations that facilitate ease of access for your client. Unfortunately, this means ease of access for the intruder as well. The compromise of this information leaves your client very vulnerable and creates a web of hassle they need to deal with immediately in order to mitigate marring of their credit and identity.

 

Homeowners who forego the protection of security monitoring for their home put themselves at risk for great losses, monetarily and emotionally. National Monitoring Center (NMC) monitoring can curtail all risks associated with home invasions. Sell to your clients the reliable monitoring that NMC ensures for you and reward them with the protection of their assets and identity.

 

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National Monitoring Center (NMC) monitoring can curtail all risks associated with home invasions. Sell to your clients the reliable monitoring that NMC ensures for you and reward them with the protection of their assets and identity.