Protect Your Home Against Theft

A home or business burglary can be devastating. Not only may you loose some of your most important belongs, but you can feel vulnerable. An easy way to find peace of mind and prevent theft is to keep a wall safe in your home or office.

Take a few minutes and make a photocopy of everything in your wallet including the front and back of your credit cards and membership cards. Place the copied pages in a manila envelope and mark the envelope “Contents of Wallet” and date it. Place the envelope in your Safe deposit box for sale. Mark your calendar for 3 to 6 months from now to update your “Contents of Wallet” envelope. Now, if your wallet is lost or stolen you will now know exactly what you lost and whom you need to contact.

I bet most of you are thinking, “The best place is the safety deposit box!” It does have its pros and cons. Safe deposit boxes are just that: a box in a safe in which you deposit important items. Of course, most small town banks don’t run a big risk of expert bank robbers looting the vault. In that sense, these boxes are secure.

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Go virtual: For shopping online, there are “virtual” card numbers. These are randomly generated credit card numbers that are disposable and that on-line shoppers use once and throw away. It’s linked directly to your real credit card account so purchases show up on your monthly bill. The service is easy to use – and it’s FREE! All you need to do is register with companies offering the virtual card, and they are MBNA, Discover, and Citigroup.

To sum up, having this type of safe at home is considered getting an extra layer of protection for your valuables as it helps to prevent fire, flood, thefts and burglaries. You just need to invest on one safe and you can safeguard all your important items from the unfortunate events. You don’t need to incur additional cost to get other home security system. Isn’t it cost effective?


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