There have been many reports on the news around the country about this scam that bad guys are using to get into your house-a home invasion scam. What happens is two guys posing as repair men, utility workers or even as policemen are attempting to get into your house. Just two days ago, two people posing as Comcast repairman tried to get into a lady’s house here.\nShe got a little suspicious because she didn’t see a Comcast truck out in the street. That’s two guys had Comcast had badges on their Shirts. This lady was pretty smart. She asked for identification and when they couldn’t produce any she got very suspicious and told the guys that she was going to call first before she let the men. Well of course that spooked him and they took off.\nTrust me when I tell you don’t want home invasion because the bad guys are after more than what’s in your house, they mean to cause you harm. There is almost always violence in a home invasion.\nA Home Security Camera will act as a major deterrent to home invasion.\nHere are some tips to avoid this kind of scam.\nAsk for identification.\nSee if there’s a vehicle associated with the company they claim to be working for.\nJust because they’re carrying a toolbox doesn’t mean they’re authentic.\nA company patch on uniforms doesn’t mean much.\nSomeone who shows up unannounced should arouse suspicion.\nAlways have a self defense product like a stun gun or pepper spray around the house in case home invaders get in.\nFeedback on these posts is welcomed. Have you ever been a victim of a scam? Please share your experience. We want to hear your thoughts.\nThe Home Security Superstore is one of the oldest and largest independent distributors of high quality home security, surveillance, spy, self-defense, survival and safety products. We carry a wide range of self-defense products including tasers, stun guns, pepper sprays and other nonlethal weapons that can save your life in the event of an attack.