Re: Brinks Home Security Rip Off Alerts

Sorry for the confusion. I meant to say that I was employed by Brinks for 13 years as a service Technician.

Angry Man In Gauteng

>I left brinks because of the all the lies they tell their customers all in > >the name of profit. Canada now has laws to better protect consumers against > >these bullies. The USA should take notes and force brinks to stop the reign > >of terror against the american public. > > > > Angry Man In Gauteng

Dear Angry Man:

If you are unable to read or understand the contracts you sign I suggest you take them to someone can read them and would be willing to explain the terms to you. I'm thinking you would probably come out ahead paying a lawyer to do this for you.

> > > > > Brinks Home Security Brinks rep lies and company cheats Irving Texas > > Sales Rep Lies and Company Cheats. > > I sold my house and moved in with someone who already had their own > > system. Brinks would not release me from my contract even though I didn't > > own a home!! In essence they made me pay for something I could not > > possibly use. > > Brinks is more interested in jailing you into their three year contract > > than keeping you a customer for life. By the way, my sales rep told me > > that if this situation were to occur, I would be released from the > > contract. The sales reps lie so make sure to read the fine print (and > > there is alot of it!). > > > > Laura > > hollywood, Florida > > U.S.A.

Dear Laura:

Some people lie. Sometimes salesmen lie, even after they promised you on their Salesman's Honor that they never lie. So you have to read the contract before you sign it to keep them honest. If you are unable to read or understand the contract then take it to someone who can before you sign it.

> Brinks Home Security ripoff Tulsa Oklahoma > > Wow, so if you have a contract with Brinks Home Security in Oklahoma, I > > strongly suggest reading up on the State of Oklahoma statutes. In > > particular, Brinks is a Home Security company, who is regulated by the > > State of Oklahoma Health Department. Yes, the health department! So, in > > reading the laws, you will see that the contract you have with Brinks is > > invalid, NULL / VOID! YES! They are in multiple violations of the state > > law. I am in the process and have sent Brinks certified mail stating all > > of their violations to get out of my contract. I will post again, when I > > get my settlement or my day in court! Wish me luck! > > > > D > > Jenks, Oklahoma > > U.S.A. > >

Dear Jenks:

If you weren't able to read or understand the long term contract you signed with Brinks then what is it that makes you think you can read and understand the statutes of Oklahoma?

So how much do you think your day in court will cost you regardless of whether you win, which the odds would seem to be against. I suggest you buy a lottery ticket in lieu having your day in court.

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Nomen Nescio
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Dear Angry Man:

If what you say is true then you did the right thing. If Brinks is doing something illegal then you shouldn't work for them and the government needs to step in. Why, I'm wondering would you work for a company such as this for 13 years?

There have to be plenty of reputable companies where you can work. If not, then think about how you could start a reputable company. It would seem the market would be demanding one.

People shouldn't sign bad contracts. In other words don't do business with Brinks if you don't like their contract. If Brinks isn't living up to the terms of their contract then see an attorney if the government oversight agency won't act. Maybe a letter from the attorney will get a resolution. Go to what ever the counterpart of the US Better Business Bureau is in Canada. Do whatever you can within reason.

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Wanton Willie C.


13 years as a service Technician.
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