In recent years, video cameras have gotten so small that they're nearly impossible to find. With tiny pinhole lenses, they're hidden in clock radios, smoke detectors, paintings, plants, and other places that you would not imagine. It's becoming commonplace for perverted individuals to place hidden spy cameras in tanning booths, public restrooms, locker rooms, hotel rooms, and clothing store dressing rooms. Your personal security and privacy is at risk.
In performing "bug sweeps" for our clients we always look for hidden video cameras. If a camera is transmitting to a remote receiver, we have sophisticated equipment that can pick up the signal. However, if a hidden camera is hardwired, or not turned on at the moment we're looking for it, there is no broadcast signal to detect. In the past, this has been problematic.
Our Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM) service is much in demand. We provide a thorough physical and electronic search of offices, homes, and vehicles, for hidden mikes, recorders, cameras, and transmitters. Until now, finding hidden spy cameras has been problmatic due to their size.
Then two engineers invented the SpyFinder hidden camera locator. Originally designed for a government agency, there is now the SpyFinder Personnal. You may have seen this advertised on the Internet for prices ranging up to $199.
I'm very dubious about gadgets and devices I see advertised on the Internet, especially if they're related to personal security. Bug detectors, for example, even if they're good, need practical experience or training to operate effectively.
At Sherlock Investigations we have our own assortment of pinhole and spy cameras. Some are hardwired, and some transmit a video signal. One is cleverly hidden in a clock radio, and is virtually undectable to the eye.
So, after reading about the technology on how the SpyFinder works, I ordered one. The technology is simple, yet ingenious. After the SpyFinder arrived, I tested it out in a variety of situations. It worked perfectly! And, it was simple to use. I now use it with confidence on all our TSCM jobs. I believe that anyone, following the instructions that come with the SpyFinder, can find hidden spy cams.
I was so excited about this that I wanted to make a special offer to our clients and readers of this blog. Through a special arrangement with the manufacturer, we are offering the SpyFinder Personal for $149.95, plus $5 for shipping and handling. (NY residents should add $12.93, or a total of $167.08, which includes S&H). Batteries are included.
"But," as they say on TV, "wait, there's more!" I believe so much in the SpyFinder's ability to find hidden cameras, that I want to make a very special offer. Order a SpyFinder hidden camera detector from Sherlock Investigations for $149.95, and have the chance to get your money back and keep the SpyFinder!
If you use the SpyFinder while visiting public restrooms, tanning booths, dressing rooms, locker rooms, hotel rooms, or anywhere else that hidden cameras are often found, and you detect a hidden camera, you're eligible for a complete refund from Sherlock Investigations.
What do you do if you find a hidden spy camera in a public place? Don't go to the manager, go to the local newspaper, TV station, or even the police. Expose the pervert who placed the camera! If you go to the manager, he might assure you that he'll take care of it. But he may have placed it there!
If you send us a police report, newspaper article or other news story telling about the hidden spy camera you located, we'll refund 100% of your money, including postage. That's all you need to do. Of course, keep the SpyFinder, because you'll want to continue to assure your personal privacy.
Contact us at: email@example.com, or call us at 888-354-2174, or in New York City, 212-579-4302. You may pay for your SpyFinder by credit card, check, or money order.
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