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Door-to-Door Alarm Salesman Arrested for Intruding Into La. Home

A Fluent Home salesperson faces criminal charges after he allegedly forced his way into a Louisiana home in an effort to sell a home security system.


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A Fluent Home salesperson faces criminal charges after he allegedly forced his way into a Louisiana home in an effort to sell a home security system. SSI Staff · May 20, 2015

The summer sales model company was previously branded as Titan Alarm in Canada and Stryke Alarm in the U.S. SSI Staff · February 04, 2015

CPI Security Systems has sent notices to more than 80,000 customers in Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina, warning that deceptive sales reps from another security provider may try to sell them an upgraded alarm system. Ashley Willis · June 19, 2012

Platinum Protection, a summer-model sales company in American Fork, Utah, laid off most of its employees last week, The Salt Lake Tribune reports. February 02, 2012

The June issue of SSI features Provo, Utah-based Vivint (formerly APX Alarm) profiled for winning this year’s SAMMY (Sales & Marketing) Award for Best Community Outreach Program. As part of the process, I spoke at length with Kristi Knight, Vivint vice president of corporate communications, not only about the rapidly rising company’s marketing but also about its success, recent name change and controversial tactics. Scott Goldfine · June 09, 2011

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

Let me offer a word regarding the "summer programs" that have entered the alarm industry. First, any effort that adds 150,000 new subscribers who now own and operate alarm systems is worthwhile! By Ron Davis · November 30, 2009

As summertime draws to a close, so does the high season for door-to-door alarm system sales in the United States. Not soon to fade, however, is ... By Rodney Bosch · August 31, 2009



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