Top 10 Tips to Help Victims Get Over a Break In

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You come home to find the door pushed in, the lock is busted. Your heart begins to race. It doesn’t take long for you to realize that you’ve been robbed. This unfortunate set of circumstances is the reality for many in the US. According to the FBI, there was an estimated 2,103,787 burglaries in 2012,…

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FrontPoint Picks: Highlights of the Winter Olympics in Sochi

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It feels like the Winter Olympics just started, nevertheless, tomorrow will be the official end of the games. Two weeks of competition have flown by, and there were plenty of incredible moments that will stick with us for a very long time. Athletes pulled off incredible feats that I can only dream of doing, and…

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6 Ways a Door Window Sensor Makes Life Easier

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The Door Window Sensor is a staple of home security systems, far and away the most commonly used of all security sensors. It’s easy to see why, stick the two pieces on a door or window and you’re done. It embodies what a good security system should be: simple and effective. However, there’s much more…

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Customer Questions Answered: Cellular Edition

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We are asked a lot of questions about FrontPoint Security. Everything from information about our company and our security system, to home automation and integration with existing equipment. Some questions are from long-time security system users, while others are from prospective buyers who are learning about home security for the first time. What’s interesting is…

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FrontPoint Picks: Celebrating YouTube’s 9th Birthday

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Yesterday was a big day, and not just because millions were celebrating Valentine’s Day, but also because it was YouTube’s birthday! It’s hard to believe that the video-sharing website has already been around for nine long years, and in that time it’s become one of the most frequented websites in the world. Users log into…

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