Many apartment residents take their safety and security very seriously. Of course, apartment management companies spend a considerable amount of money to keep residents safe at home.
Some residents feel they need to take their safety into their own hands because some significant risks remain. That’s why people buy California renters insurance, for example. But there even further steps that you are a renter an take to protect yourself and your family with apartment security.
Many renters implement their own security, from alarm systems to nanny-cams. There are an incredible number of electronic gadgets that can help to protect you and our family, but they all have something in common. They cost money. Lots of money. At least they used to.
You’ll be shocked and inspired when you understand this one weird trick to get expensive, high end security equipment for FREE!
One Weird Trick Saves Renters Thousands Of Dollars
You’ve worked hard for your money. You probably want to keep as much of it as possibly in your own pockets. We feel the same way. So when we read about this trick, we were surprised, and initially even a bit confused over the story. But if the man who demonstrated this secret method can get free apartment security equipment, anyone might be able to pull off this one weird trick. But should you?
We’re about to break wide open a story about how you can get free apartment security equipment that security installers don’t want you to know about! We made a concerted effort to interview a number of apartment security experts for this story, but every last one of them either outright hung up on us or laughed at what someone did to demonstrate it and told us it couldn’t possibly be true!
To set the stage, place yourself in a luxury apartment complex in Southern California. You take security seriously, and you’ve taken steps to protect your family, above and beyond the measures taken by the property management. You’ve placed something in the track of your exterior sliding glass door, so it can’t be opened from outside or lifted off the track. You’ve bought renters insurance in Bakersfield. You’ve made sure all your smoke detectors have fresh batteries.
You’ve even gone so far as to take the thousand dollars of emergency petty cash that you keep in the house and wrap it inside a bag of broccoli in your freezer. As an aside, don’t hide your money in the freezer. Or the toilet tank. Or an empty soup can or macaroni and cheese box in the cupboard. Burglars know those hiding places too, and most will check every one of them every single house they hit.
But now, you’d like to install some quality surveillance cameras for apartment security. You’d like one watching each door, and you’d like one in the living room to keep an eye on your babysitter. Let’s say you’ve gotten approval from the management to install those cameras, insofar as you have to mount them to walls.
Now you go online, searching reviews and prices for apartment security cameras, residential security cameras, and cheap home monitoring equipment. You try every possible search term you can think of, but to no avail. You find plenty of options, but they’re all so expensive! We found one system that only includes four cameras, a DVR, and just one monitor, and it’s “on sale” for the low, low price of nine hundred dollars. You could afford it, but that seems like throwing away money. So you think about how you can save money on home surveillance, or better yet, get free home monitoring equipment. What do you do?
That’s where this one weird trick comes in! A man in Bakersfield, CA who has declined to be identified thus far claims to have come up with it, though we’re unable to reach him personally to corroborate that unlikely tale. How did he get free apartment security equipment?
The same way one gets anything for free. In the middle of February, in the dead of the cool southern California night, this man snuck into an apartment complex in Bakersfield just before 4 A.M., and in a shocking display of pluck and unmitigated gall, stole the security cameras from the outside of the apartment complex.
That’s right, the one weird trick to get free apartment security cameras is to steal them! They’re outside, just sitting there for the taking! But there was a small hitch in his plans…
He neither cut the wires of the camera, nor jammed the wireless signal, nor made any effort to cover or obscure his face before he took the camera. So before the cameras said good night and good luck, signing off one final time, the last thing that each ne recorded was a relatively clear image of the thief’s face.
We suspect that the community will recover their cameras in the near future. The image above, of course, is the image released by the Bakersfield Californian recorded from the stolen security cameras. It’s all over the internet, we’re fairly certain that someone must know this man, and almost as certain that someone who knows him either has internet access or reads the printed version of the newspaper.
If you’d like a better trick to save money on apartment security and protect your family affordably, Bakersfield renters insurance is a much better option. With broad coverage and generally costing only about fifteen dollars a month, it’s a much more effective trick to get the security you deserve.
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