Meet Charles Henderson. A few years ago, Charles decided it was time to get a new car. That’s when he discovered a glaring security risk in the used car market. Read today’s alert to find out how to protect yourself and your loved ones on the road.
As spring turns into summer and the weather gets warmer, you will start to see more door-to-door salespeople. Here are three common door-to-door scams to watch out for. These people may not be who they say they are…
Several of the inquiries I received this week have to do with cybersecurity and security of digital communications. I’m glad so many readers are taking this stuff seriously — and taking the necessary steps to protect their information.
In these pages I’ve discussed many ways to fortify your home. Today, I’m going to focus on a key area of home protection that is often overlooked — even though it’s right in front of your face.
I’ve got an incredible offer for you in today’s alert. It’s an item we’ve never showcased before, but one that is absolutely crucial to have in case of an emergency.
I’ve got several in my house right now. I recommend them to all my friends and family members. I’ve even written about them before.
What is this mysterious product? Read on to find out.
Burglars typically select homes that look like easy targets. For some added security, check out these three unusual devices that will make your home seem less inviting to criminals.
This week’s dose of must-read articles discusses Trump’s rocky relationship with the Intelligence Community… a wet warning on the importance of emergency prep… how to ensure your TV isn’t keeping tabs on you… and more.
This edition of the Weekly Drop focuses on firearms. Guns are certainly a hot-button issue, but I truly believe there’s no better way to defend house and home.
We’ve got quite a full mailbag this week — covering questions from how to choose a home security system to the advantages and disadvantages of Kevlar cord versus paracord.
Historic flooding is displacing thousands of people in parts of the U.S., forcing them to hastily flee their homes. Weather events are unpredictable – as is civil unrest – so in any event, you’ll want a plan in place to evacuate from your home in ten minutes or less. Because in an emergency situation, every minute counts.