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I tagged my husband four times, for example, and my son six times. In the Nest app's Familiar Faces gallery, you can tap Select, choose all the instances of the same person, and tap Merge to combine them. After that, it worked pretty smoothly, but it did misidentify my husband one night as my son's best friend, a 6 year old African American boy who wears glasses. My husband is much taller, a lot older and Caucasian, and does not wear glasses. I also wish the Nest Hello used facial recognition a little better. There's no way to exclude certain individuals from triggering a notification when they're recognized, for example, and I don't need the app to tell me that it's me who just arrived home.

burgler alarm system

01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

That is when they tell me that they won't turn it off, they won't come get their system out of my house because I signed a contract for 60 months. The only way they will remove the system is if I pay them about 3000 dollars or if I'd talk some other poor sad soul to take the contract off my hands. I'd never burden another person with this company. I was NEVER TOLD I WAS SIGNING A CONTRACT NOR DO I THINK I WAS EVER SHOWN ONE. I was handed a little electronic book to sign and he told me that was only giving him permission to come in my home and install. To me 3000$ is a lot of money. I WOULD NEVER HAVE AGREED TO HAVE THE SYSTEM PUT IN IF ID NOT BEEN LIED TO. I had to change my entire bank account to stop them taking out payments. IF YOU PUT IT ON STOP PAYMENT THEY WILL GO INTO YOUR ACCOUNT UNDER A DIFFERENT NAME AND STILL TAKE YOUR MONEY. If you ask for a copy of the contract you supposedly were show and signed they will send you the contract with you electronic signature printed on it. They could print my signature at the bottom or a piece of paper saying anything and that would actually mean I'd ever seen what that piece of paper said.

Smoke Detector

01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

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