Scan Security-is a home & business security systems in Long Island, NY

5 2195 Montauk HwyBridgehampton, NY 11932 537-7600 I’m confused by the negative reviews I see here. My experience with them has been great so far! The sales rep who met with me was knowledgable and professional and the installation and system evaluation was very good. Ever since Scan Security was taken over by MyAlarm — service sucks. To get any service, you’ll have to call, then be connected, then transferred, then wait and wait and wait. Scan Security had great service — quick and easy, and fast appointments — MyAlarm’s “big corporation” is so bureaucratic that it takes a long time to get an appointment. Scan Security I honestly cannot believe there are no reviews about Scan. I am completely confused as to how this company supposedly protects homes all over the hamptons . They use an outside monitoring company now called Rapid Response- they were bad before but now it’s really bad. They operate as 2 completely separate companies, not knowing what the either one is doing. My alarm was ringing and I never got a call so I called and after 18 minutes spoke to somebody. I asked what would have happened if it had been an emergency and she said “You wouldn’t call us you would call 911” Isn’t the point that they are monitoring those situations?! Do not call this company sales people and technician are bs con scam artist charge 125 to evaluate your home to repair exciting system don’t call this company should have stayed with Peconic my mistake The hardware is fine but the customer service is lousy. They take a long time to get back to you when you need them but they are quick to call you to try to sell you a more expensive upgrade.

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