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I'm contacting the Attny. General in both states, the BBB which has NINE pages of complaints against SILVERLINE SECURITY. SILVERLINE SECURITY IS A RIP OFF. Sliverline Security Company is a total scam!My husband was solicited by one of the companies young sales person promissing high tech security to protect my home. Sensors were placed on all of the lower level windows, front and rear doors and second floor outside of my three bedrooms. Sounds great. Not!The key sensors malfunctions three times calling the police costing me a total of $105 in false alarm fees. About four weeks after the alarm system was installed my house was burglarized and the alarm never went off. My husband and I called numerous times to find out why the system failed. After the fourth or fith time my husband was to the system was not working since July second and our home was burglarized on July 5th and no one from Silverline called to inform us of the system being down and my home was unsecured. What am I paying for.

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