HomeSecurityCompanies.net – Informing Consumers the Right Way
HomeSecuritiesCompanies.net is a detailed website whose sole purpose is to inform potential consumers on the appropriate systems designed and installed in one’s home for the purpose of providing safety to its occupants. The website has a huge amount of data concerning different system packages and each detail and use, the advantages and disadvantages of the various ways in which one can protect one’s home and generally what one can do to improve their safety at home. We can all attest to the fact that security at home is an important factor when choosing where to reside.
However, the place of residence is not the only factor that will ensure that you and your family are safe. Sure, some places are more prone to incidences of burglary than others, but even the areas that have very few cases of theft still have these isolated incidences, but they still do happen so don’t bury your head in the sand and hope that you will not be a victim. This is where HomeSecurityCompanies.net comes to our rescue. Not only does the site help the end customer make a right choice on which systems to install but also educate the user on new and upgraded systems designed and what each can do plus the cost.
Let’s take a look at their recent: The Ultimate Guide to Home Security Alarms
The first way in which the website helps the user is by chronologically arranging the best security packages from different companies starting from the best. This has been done after extensive research on each system. When it comes to security, we all want to choose a system that is both value for money and also one which has a stellar performance. HomeSecurityCompanies.net has therefore made this possible by ranking the best five systems including; Protect America, Frontpoint, ADT, AT&T digital life home and Vivint. The main points used to rank each of the mentioned systems are:
Packaging and Pricing – where the installation cost of each has been calculated and also the running cost, if any, that is usually paid monthly or annually for some cases
Equipment and Technology – where the specific mechanics of the system being discussed and how each component functions both individually and as the whole set function to make it different from the rest for example motion detectors, surveillance cameras, mini pin pads and door sensors
Installation and monitoring – where the monitoring cost of each has been calculated and updated to best inform the consumer depending on their capital, for example, broadband, cellular, and landline monitoring
Pros & Cons – of each of the packages, for instance, the time it takes to install each package, the monitoring costs of each, the warranty or guarantee on each package and the original cost of the system among others.
HomeSecurityCompanies.net has also helped is by mentioning each component as an individual and what its main work is. The packages mentioned above are already one whole package, but they include components such as smoke detectors, sensors, surveillance cameras and the monitoring used in each with the support offered. Finally, the site also has a short question and answer section where frequently encountered problems are posted with their solutions to inform the potential best and current consumers on the product.
Steps for Filing a Complaint Regarding Consumer Related Problems
Once you have purchased goods or paid for services that are unsatisfactory, you may complain. This is one of your basic rights as a consumer. If a product is faulty or not what it says to be, you can complain. If you paid for services that were unsatisfactory or sub-standard, you may complain. The process for filing a complaint is very simple.
Follow these steps:
Gather documents to support your case. Sales receipts, work orders, warranties, and contracts should all be put together. If you had any telephone contact with the seller after the purchase, write down the date, time, who you spoke to and what was said. If you had email correspondence with the seller, print out the emails.
Make contact with the seller. Written contact is always better as you have proof in black and white of everything that is said. You can contact a salesperson or customer service representative. If they do not help you, go higher up to the managers. If you are still unable to get help with your complaint, contact the company headquarters.
Make contact with third parties. If the seller fails to heed your complaint and help you in any way, file your complaint with the local consumer protection offices. You can also file a complaint with the state regulatory or licensing board. The Better Business Bureau is also very good with handling consumer complaints.
Find a lawyer. If none of the previous steps have resolved your issue or helped in any way, get a lawyer. Consult with a lawyer to get legal advice on your situation and find out if you can take the case further.
If you have any reason to believe that a seller is operating outside of the law and violating consumer rights, file a complaint. The best way to stop sellers who run scams and are guilty of misleading or incomplete information and advertising, is by exposing them. It is your right to complain and demand good products and services.
The 8 Basic Consumer Rights in the United States of America
The Consumer Bill of Rights was set forth by John F. Kennedy in 1962. It started off with four basic consumer rights but was later extended to eight by the United Nations. This bill was passed to protect consumers from sellers and businesses that exploit them and treat them unfairly. It is your right and responsibility to know these rights.
1. Right to Safety
This right refers to protection against any harm or injury from a product bought if you used it correctly. This right excludes motor vehicles. This links to product testing and establishing performance standards for all products.
2. Right to Be Informed
This right ensures that businesses must provide consumers with as much information as possible. Nutritional information on labels and safety precautions are examples. All information provided must be truthful and complete. No information may be misleading and advertising must also be truthful and not misleading.
3. Right to Choose
This right says that consumers should have different options for the same products. Different companies must make the same products to allow consumers choices and also create a healthy market competition.
4. Right to be Heard
Consumers have the right to lay complaints and raise concerns regarding products in order to have action taken to solve these issues. No specific federal agency handles these claims, but there are policies and processes in place to facilitate claims and grievances.
5. Right to Satisfaction of Basic Needs
Consumers have the right to basic need satisfaction such as food, clothing, shelter, healthcare, education, water, and sanitation.
6. Right to Redress
This right states that consumers must receive a fair settlement for claims made against businesses regarding false advertising, incomplete or incorrect information, or poor goods and services.
7. Right to Consumer Education
This involves the right of consumers to have access to information to educate themselves regarding goods and services and their consumer rights.
8. Right to a Healthy Environment
This right has to do with people living and working in environments that are safe and non-threatening. People have the right to work and live in safety without fear of harm or disease.
These are the eight consumer rights that every consumer in America should know and insist on.