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My wife made a call to Vivint to request assistance in terminating our home security due to my permanent change of station PCS. She was told that we have to fax a “NOTICE OF CANCELLATION” form that was provided and a copy of my official AF PCS orders w/ a date Report no later than date indicating when I will physically be on my new duty assignment. I wanted me and my family to get a started w/ our move to our new location. I scheduled to have my final outprocessing done on late AUG from my previous duty station. I didn’t want to get charged for the month of SEP since we were no longer going to live in our home so my wife called Vivint again to see what we can do to avoid getting billed for the month of SEP. A few days passed and we called Vivint to follow through w/ our request. When we called, they stated that they did not receive anything. Vivint suggested that I email them all documents to their email address: . I did what they suggested but when we called again, they did not receive it. By this time we were staying in a motel that we are still currently staying in, slowly transitioning to base housing. Upset and frustrated, we called and spoke w/ Vivint Rep Justin who worked in Account Resolutions.

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With the concierge level customer service, you might expect to pay an arm and a leg, but Frontpoint is one of the most affordable home security systems on the market. Equipment packages start at $100 and can be customized to include almost any security product. After you purchase your equipment, you’ll pay a one time activation fee of no more than $199 and then choose the monitoring package that is right for the home system you’ve created. Monitoring packages cost between $35 and $50 per month with a one year or three year contract. Frontpoint security systems and the equipment in those systems are completely wireless, making it easy to expand your system to include even more devices. The wireless feature also makes this system an easy one to pack up and set up again if you plan to move.

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