Vehicle security Informative - Don't use vehicle security
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA -- I found the zerotheft online for an alarm system. The owner/installer came to my fiance's job to install the car alarm. My fiance asked him if my key contained a chip and Joel Hinson replied oh now it would be a gray color key. Of course it is not to his benefit to say it is because I wouldn't' need an alarm. It amazes us that supposedly business owners take advantage of new customers. If I had known my key had a chip (which the car will not start) I wouln't not had paid 200.00 for an alarm. Why would someone lie especially when he has no vested interest in the siuation. The problem is my fiance trusted his word and never again. Home depot verified the key contained a chip and Mr. Hinson informed me that it was not a security device. If that key has a chip it is a security device therefore, it serves the purpose. He saw an opportunity and took advantage of it.