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Nest Cam detects movement, and when the activity is detected, the security system will send an alert or notification to your phone or email address, along with a still shot of the activity detected. This DIY home security camera is easy to install: you simply plug it in and download the Nest Cam app onto your smart phone or tablet. Not only that, but Nest Cam works with Amazon Alexa for easy voice activated control and convenience. Should a security breach be detected, an auto dialer function will call up to six pre programmed, designated phone numbers as alert protocol – this includes your own phone, which means that you will receive real time alerts and notifications about potential intruders. Fortress’ speaker can also be used to play a recorded message or another customized sound. A built in microphone also allows you to hear what’s going on in your home while you’re not there as you call the system from your phone.

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Many of these established businesses provide franchise opportunities that you can take advantage of. Research the top home security systems and decide which type of security system you are interested in working with as a dealer see Resources. Sign a contract with the company you want to promote. Make a business plan. Once you have decided upon the type of home security system you will deal in, you will then be able to determine how much capital you need to raise and whether you have enough funds to do it yourself. Consider whether you can fund your security system dealership yourself through personal funds or credit cards, or whether you should instead secure a small business loan. To obtain a small business loan, you will need to write a business plan to show how your business will succeed and what it will entail see Resources for links to help in writing a business plan and to obtain loans. Many surveillance cameras and audio bugs emit radio waves and can be identified by a standard RF radio frequency detection device. Conduct a “sweep” of your home with your bug detector. Surveillance devices are often hidden in walls or ceilings, so look for any spots that appear to be spackled or recently concealed. However, with the decreasing size of surveillance equipment, illegal surveillance can be concealed virtually anywhere.