Bogus alarm company?
I've just had a call from a company who I believe to be bogus, asking if I'd be interested in receiving a free alarm system, which they're trialing in the area. There was a long speech about police not responding to alarms anymore (and asking if I had an alarm) and explaining that this new system is wireless and will enable immediate response units to be activated.
'Luckily' they had one available appointment left today at 1.30pm (presumably trying to find out if I'd be in) and then when I asked for a bit more information, she said there was a website - gave me an address that didn't work - and when I asked for a contact number, she hung up.
The called sounded like a young well spoken professional, but I'm guessing it's a scam, so beware!