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vettipayal said:   Follow up on this. I transferred all my points to another card and cancelled the card on 10.

The funny thing is today some one knocked my door an hour ago. Surprise!!! A guy from security services was standing outside. He needed me to sign bunch of papers for insurance purpose. Seems they misplaced the originals that I signed. I took it to see what is in there. Guess what!!! It was a pre-dated 5 year contract and mentioning that the equipment is leased. He assured me it is the same as the one I signed an year before. I think it is because of my BBB complaint and they are trying to get me sign something.

I simply told him that I cannot sign anything. He is the same guy who gave me crooks@.... email address. It appears the email address is correct. Finally, he sent an email to his billing department to cancel the service and reimburse the last two month fee. I will wait and see what is going to happen.


They know your address and that you have no security now and they would send someone to break in....hehehe....

vettipayal said:   I called the monitoring services. They paged multiple times and then finally a guy from the company called me. He first said I need to return the Wireless equipment. I remember well that I purchased it from him and did not lease or rent it. I told him that I purchased it. He responded saying that I signed a 3 year contract and so I need return the equipment. I told him I have not signed any agreement and if so he can submit it and I will honor the contract. He checked and could not find any such contract. I know well that I did not sign any contract. He said he will cancel the service and asked me email and provided an email address(crooks@...).

vettipayal said:   The funny thing is today some one knocked my door an hour ago. Surprise!!! A guy from security services was standing outside. He needed me to sign bunch of papers for insurance purpose. Seems they misplaced the originals that I signed. I took it to see what is in there. Guess what!!! It was a pre-dated 5 year contract and mentioning that the equipment is leased. He assured me it is the same as the one I signed an year before. I think it is because of my BBB complaint and they are trying to get me sign something.
Wow, some set of balls on the security company guy. First he claimed you signed a 3yr contract, then when he couldn't locate one, he tried to get you to sign a pre-dated (back-dated?) 5 year contract!

For future reference, get yourself a Citi, Bank of America, or some other CC which supports Virtual Credit Card (VCC) numbers.

With either program above, you can close out a Virtual CC # at any time. You can also set a maximum credit limit and expiration date (2-12 months from the time the VCC gets generated) on VCC's to further limit potential charges/damage.

Along with all options Suggested by others I like this post, TheDiggler said:   vettipayal said:   I called the monitoring services. They paged multiple times and then finally a guy from the company called me. He first said I need to return the Wireless equipment. I remember well that I purchased it from him and did not lease or rent it. I told him that I purchased it. He responded saying that I signed a 3 year contract and so I need return the equipment. I told him I have not signed any agreement and if so he can submit it and I will honor the contract. He checked and could not find any such contract. I know well that I did not sign any contract. He said he will cancel the service and asked me email and provided an email address(crooks@...).

vettipayal said:   The funny thing is today some one knocked my door an hour ago. Surprise!!! A guy from security services was standing outside. He needed me to sign bunch of papers for insurance purpose. Seems they misplaced the originals that I signed. I took it to see what is in there. Guess what!!! It was a pre-dated 5 year contract and mentioning that the equipment is leased. He assured me it is the same as the one I signed an year before. I think it is because of my BBB complaint and they are trying to get me sign something.
Wow, some set of balls on the security company guy. First he claimed you signed a 3yr contract, then when he couldn't locate one, he tried to get you to sign a pre-dated (back-dated?) 5 year contract!

For future reference, get yourself a Citi, Bank of America, or some other CC which supports Virtual Credit Card (VCC) numbers.

With either program above, you can close out a Virtual CC # at any time. You can also set a maximum credit limit and expiration date (2-12 months from the time the VCC gets generated) on VCC's to further limit potential charges/damage.

Here are the primary security precautions for safety and security that should followed by all card holders for avoiding future trouble...



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