Scammers either call or come to your door to tell you, your security company has gone out of business and they are taking over. The scammer wants you to think your old security system has been bought out by their company and they are there to update your system.
Or they try to convince you that you are living in a high crime area and are at risk of being a victim of crime. The scammer wants you to believe you are in danger if you don’t buy their security product.
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The scammer will try to make you believe that you are ___________ if you do not buy their product.
It is safe to let strangers in my house if they look like they’re representing a company.
A legitimate home security company would __________ send a workman to your door without contacting you first
If someone comes by my house claiming that they have to “update the home security system”, I should:
A fake “home security walk-though” can be a good way for a burglar to scope out your house before robbing you.