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Discussion in 'Security Alarms' started by Blythe Noe, Jul 30, 2004.

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  1. Blythe Noe

    Blythe Noe Guest

    A commercial bank is acquiring two existing banks. They want to
    install security on the main vault & night deposit chest only. Both
    banks are in very, very, small communities, without local police,
    having only the county sheriff department available to them. Without
    security in the rest of the building, the phone lines, and other
    aspects of the system are totally vulnerable to attact. The bank
    won't budge in their position of vault only protection. How would you
    handle this?
     
  2. Jim Rojas

    Jim Rojas Guest

    Ask the bank to provide a letter from their insurance carrier on what the
    carrier deems as an acceptable level of protection for EACH facility. Then
    include a rider in your proposal outlining the carrier's requests. After
    all, it is the carrier that will pay if anything should happen. You might
    want to have an attorney or legal aide take a look at your liability clause
    in your present contract.

    Cover your ass... :)

    Jim Rojas
     
  3. RH.Campbell

    RH.Campbell Guest

    Or better yet, walk away from this situation. Why take on something that you
    probably don't need, probably shouldn't take a chance on, and likely could
    cause you significant grief....all for what ?

    Pick your customers !!

    RHC
     
  4. G. Morgan

    G. Morgan Guest


    I agree. Make sure you email Bass with the bank's name and address,
    sounds like a good DIY'er project.
     
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