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Costco is a 10 piece for $180 when it's on sale
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Ring Alarm 8 Piece Kit [amazon.com]+ Echo Dot (3rd Gen), Works with Alexa
price : $169
This bundle includes Ring Alarm 8 Piece Kit and Echo Dot (3rd Gen)—whole-home security at your fingertips. Get motion-activated alerts on your smart phone.
Works with Alexa to arm, disarm, and check the status of your Ring Alarm security system with your voice.
Optional 24/7 professional monitoring is just $10/month. No long-term contracts or cancellation fees
Manage Ring Alarm and other Ring products—including Ring Doorbell—with the Ring app.
Customize Ring Alarm for your needs. Add components at any time for whole home protection.
Easily setup Ring Alarm in minutes—without tools or professional installation
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What is the security loop hole? This is a bit concerning.
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They haven't yet invented some software that is 100% secure. Everything has a loophole. If you think your house security is more valuable than NSA nuke code, dont buy it.
https://www.businessinsider.com/a...efYf9bE864
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For my house I realized I needed a ton of contact sensors for the bottom stairs. The best place was eBay for brand new ones. I could never find a deal on contact sensors unless you get the 10 percent off code from
Ring for ring protect, but eBay was still better.
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https://community.ring.com/t5/Rin...td-p/17693
Ring said they send customer data including real names and email addresses to several third parties to "improve features, optimize your customer experience". Facebook is one of the third parties. Probably you will only ADs you are interested in on FB. Therefore your customer experience is "optimized". And Facebook is probably receiving these for free because Ring said they don't sell data.
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https://community.ring.com/t5/Rin...td-p/17693
Ring said they send customer data including real names and email addresses to several third parties to "improve features, optimize your customer experience". Facebook is one of the third parties. Probably you will only ADs you are interested in on FB. Therefore your customer experience is "optimized". And Facebook is probably receiving these for free because Ring said they don't sell data.
But if you have no Facebook?
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Ring has a lot of privacy issues. The coding is sent to Eastern Europe and there is a big security loop hole. Install at your own risk!!
Seriously what are they gonna see? How many times my door opens per day? Come on. Every app on your phone including this one compromised some aspect of your security.
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For my house I realized I needed a ton of contact sensors for the bottom stairs. The best place was eBay for brand new ones. I could never find a deal on contact sensors unless you get the 10 percent off code from
Ring for ring protect, but eBay was still better.
what did you get for contact sensors?
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https://community.ring.com/t5/Rin...td-p/17693
Ring said they send customer data including real names and email addresses to several third parties to "improve features, optimize your customer experience". Facebook is one of the third parties. Probably you will only ADs you are interested in on FB. Therefore your customer experience is "optimized". And Facebook is probably receiving these for free because Ring said they don't sell data.
When BK in part of the loop, I'll stay away. I have tried to stay away from any service where FB is involved and have canceled my FB account since 2 yrs ago (and I'm doing fine!).
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