Are your Kids Safe

by Ken Tallman Pastor/Marketing Consultant
Wireless mobile phone video surveillance solution is here adding a sense of personal security and safety it offers you real-time video monitoring.
Recommended Features
  • View live images from your cameras on cell phone using any kind of internet connection
  • Real-time video monitoring.
  • Watch your baby from anywhere
  • Easy to use
  • Easy to set up
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Review on Are your Kids Safe

Wireless mobile phone video surveillance solution offers real-time video monitoring.
Brings live image from cameras on cell phone using any kind of internet connection from any location in the world.
In case of invasion, a real picture helps prevent false alarm and cancel police dispatches to avoid the fines.
This technology utilizes the most powerful software applications for remotely monitoring from ANYWHERE in the world.
It offer a solution that will turn any regular cell phone into a high end surveillance device.

Brings peace of mind knowing I can keep a eye on the kids and know there safe

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About Ken Tallman Senior     Pastor/Marketing Consultant

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Created on Jun 11th 2011 11:53. Viewed 1,520 times.


Monika Angel Committed  housekeeping
useful article :)
Jun 12th 2011 00:16   
Author G D Grace Advanced   5 times - Self Published Author G D Grace
Keeping our young ones safe is never an outdated quest. I know that GPS is a remarkable advancement for humanity -- especially how it allows parents to keep track of their children. I know that there are dark-sides to this technology too but, unfortunately, anything can be exploited.
Jun 14th 2011 15:50   
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