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How To Avoid Scams in Jewelry Storage

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As we all know, scams are everywhere, yes, even when it comes to jewelry storage, so don’t be fooled! You may think you’re being clever, by stashing away those precious jewels in the freezer or in that dirty clothes hamper, but guess what? That same “trick” has been used for generations and burglars know it! Some storage mechanisms can even cause more harm to your jewelry than security, even if your jewelry is never actually stolen. So, let’s walk through some of the popular, but not so safe, means of jewelry storage, and then we’ll share some tips on how to safely and securely store your favorite jewelry pieces. Where NOT to Store Your Jewelry Gimmicky Household Item Safes –…

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Top Mistakes Safe Owners Make

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Deciding to purchase a safe to store your valuables is the first step to ensuring both the security of your assets and your peace of mind. You’ll probably spend a good deal of time considering your options and weighing the pros and cons of the various makes and models in the process of discovering which safe is right for you. In order to make sure that your time and efforts don’t go to waste, steer clear of these common mistakes after you’ve made your purchase. 1.    Choosing a bad location for your safe The right place for a safe is somewhere that’s accessible. The best safe in the world won’t provide security unless you use it, and if it’s not…

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Tips for Mechanical or Digital Locks

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A lock that relies on a code or combination is only as good as the person in charge of setting and remembering it. You don’t want to make the maintenance of your combination a hassle, but you also don’t want to defeat the purpose of using one. Here are a few things to keep in mind when choosing and using these types of locks: Digital vs. Mechanical There are several similarities between these two types of locks. First, both should be rated “high security” by Underwriter’s Laboratory. If the lock you are considering isn’t, it’s time to look elsewhere. Both rely on a set of numbers for the combination (more on this ahead) and they’re equally effective at providing protection…

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