Vivint has agreed to pay $55,000 in a settlement with the Kansas Attorney General’s office for using deceptive sales practices that violate the state’s consumer protection laws.
March 17, 2013
Find out how one Texas alarm salesperson saved a teen with Down syndrome from a blazing fire.
March 11, 2013
To settle a civil lawsuit with the Contra Costa County (Calif.) District Attorney’s office for unethical sales practices, Pinnacle Security must pay $525,000.
February 04, 2013
Vivint has set the residential security world ablaze with exceptionally fast growth and a $2 billion sale price. In an exclusive interview, the company’s maverick CEO Todd Pedersen explains how innovation trumps competition, the value of growing a business one customer at a time and why everyone should have a security system. He also discusses expanding into commercial security, solar energy, wireless Internet and more.
By Scott Goldfine · January 31, 2013
Police are seeking two men accused of targeting minority-owned small businesses here with a fraudulent video surveillance camera company.
November 15, 2012
Police here have urged homeowners to beware of fraudulent sales representatives from Orem, Utah-based Vision Security, who are allegedly lying to customers and forging contracts.
October 31, 2012
Having launched only eight years ago, security provider Power Home Technologies (PHT) recently reached a company milestone by signing up its 50,000th customer.
August 20, 2012
Pinnacle Security has agreed to pay $76,000 in a settlement with the Missouri Attorney General’s Office over unethical door-to-door sales practices, reports LegalNewsline.com.
April 22, 2012
Pinnacle Security has settled a claim with the Florida Attorney General's Office after consumers complained that the door-to-door sales company misled them, according to The Palm Beach Post.
March 12, 2012
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster filed a lawsuit against Pinnacle Security this week, claiming the company engaged in unethical door-to-door sales practices ...
May 04, 2011