Vivint alarms showed up at our home after 8pm. While my husband made his way back in our house while I stayed on the porch to get rid of the guy since we were getting ready to our kids to be, the salesman walked right into our home without even asking if he may.
While I was somewhat curious in the security option, it wasn't a time to discuss these things. He asked if I would give him my name and number to follow up with me, which I stupidly did in effort to get him out of our hair. Next thing I knew, he was on his phone giving my name and phone number and home address to someone, quickly telling me he was just confirming that we were home owners. I was too confused to even stop him, and by the time I was ready to say something, he announced my credit score.
With just my name and address they were able to access this information? And without permission? I know what number he announced is right around my score since I'd received a copy of it recently. I would have never allowed access to my credit for such a thing in the first place, but to lie and say you were just confirming that we owned the house?
He was told to leave, but we saw him hitting up other houses after he left ours.
As late as 9pm, maybe later. Is this appropriate at all?
Product or Service Mentioned: Vivint Security System.
Location: Huntington, West Virginia
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