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Reasons why you should store your precious valuables with Securit Private Vaults....

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Securit Private Vaults, Inc.


An eye opening article about how banks can declare your bank vault abandoned and seize the contents at anytime.

Raises the question... Are Bank Vaults Safe???


Channel 7 News story about a crook who ransacked a house while it was being tented.
He stole jewelry, guns and many valuables.
Even the owners naturalization papers.

The should have kept their important papers in a safe location outside the house. Like a Securit Private Vaults location.


Channel 7 News story about a man, who's house got broken into and robbed. The homeowner installed video cameras and a new home safe only to get robbed again. The robbers carried the 200lb safe right out the front door. All caught on his new home video surveillance cameras.

Is Your Home Safe Really Protecting Your Valuables?


Channel 7 News story about an armed gunman entering a bank, robbing it at gun point, endangering the lives of all customers and employees, then forcing everyone into the bank vault, before his get away.

Could have had a tradgic ending for the people at the bank!

Video report about a Miami man and how his house was robbed while he was away on vacation.

His valuables could have been safe if he had put them into a Vault with Securit Privates Vaults, Inc. before he left.

By GEOFF MULVIHILL, Associated Press Geoff Mulvihill, Associated Press – Tue Jan 18, 2:01 pm ET

Some firefighters turned in their helmets and police officers their badges Tuesday as part of deep municipal layoffs destined to further erode the quality of life in Camden, already one of the nation's most impoverished and crime-ridden cities.

About 335 workers, representing one-sixth of the local government work force, lost their jobs, according to Mayor Dana Redd. It was worst in the public safety departments, where nearly half the police force and close to one-third of the city's firefighters were laid off.

Laid-off firefighters walked eight blocks together from the police union hall to Fire Department headquarters, snaking past City Hall, then lined up their helmets in front of the building, picked them back up and started to turn them in along with their other gear.

"It's one of the worst days in the history of Camden," said Ken Chambers, president of the firefighters union.

Redd blamed the public safety employee cuts on their unions, saying they have not been willing to make job-saving concessions or accept the reality that the state government will no longer bail out the city as it has for the past two generations.

[Rewind: College girl named police chief in drug cartel capital]

"Instead of protecting and serving the city, the residents of Camden, they're choosing to protect their high salaries," she said.

The mayor said she was willing to continue negotiating with unions to try to reach cost savings that would allow the city to bring back some of the laid-off workers.

Redd said a proposal to the rank-and-file police union, the Fraternal Order of Police, was to be voted on Wednesday. She would not say exactly what the proposal entailed or how many jobs it could save. But she said that if the unions agree to concessions, about 100 police officers and most of the firefighters could be brought back.

Chambers said residents should not expect to be safe as the number of fire companies is reduced. He said the union will continue to meet with city officials to try to reach a deal under which some firefighters could be brought back.

Police officers had begun turning in their badges Monday as it became clear that no last-minute deal was going to save many jobs.

Located directly across the Delaware River from Philadelphia, Camden is rampant with open drug-dealing, prostitution and related crimes. More than half of Camden's 80,000 residents, mostly black and Hispanic, live in poverty.

A local pastor says "the fear quotient has been raised," and a police union took out a full-page newspaper advertisement last week warning that Camden would become a "living hell" if layoffs were not averted.

The city was the nation's second-most dangerous based on 2009 data, according to CQ Press, which compiles such rankings. Camden ranked first the previous two years. In 2009, the city had 2,380 violent crimes per 100,000 residents — more than five times the national average, the FBI said.

The anti-crime volunteer group Guardian Angels says it will patrol Camden, as it has Newark, where there were major police layoffs in November.

The Fire Department has already been relying on help from volunteer departments in neighboring towns. Interim Fire Chief David Yates, who retired Jan. 1, has warned that that layoffs will increase response times.

Posted: 09/22/2010
By: WPTV Web Team


1. Fifth Third Bank
199 N. University Drive
Pembroke Pines, FL

2. City County Credit Union
801 NW 99 Ave
Pembroke Pines, FL

3. City County Credit Union
14469 Miramar Parkway
Miramar, FL

4. People’s Credit Union
1800 West 49 Street
Hialeah, FL

5. Coconut Grove Bank
6400 South Dixie Highway
South Miami, FL

6. Wachovia Bank
7009 Beracasa Way
Boca Raton, FL

News Report By: WPTV Web Team - 09/22/2010

The FBI is offering a $40,000 reward to help catch two suspected bank robbers they've dubbed the 'Sundown Bandits.'

They are suspected in at least 6 bank robberies in
Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade counties

The suspects are armed and act like a team. One typically jumps the teller counter while the other keeps watch over the lobby.

The FBI says they will take money from teller drawers and then demand to get inside the bank's vault.

The robbers are described as black males, about 25-30 years of age. Their heads are usually covered by baseball caps. Sometimes they wear long sleeve shirts and ties.

The most recent robbery was almost two weeks ago at the Wachovia Bank on Beracasa Way in Boca Raton. The FBI says the suspects should be considered armed and dangerous.

The Untold Story of Gun Confiscation After Hurricane Katrina

Watch the following video and see what could happen to your Constitutional rights as a United States citizen.

Get back some of your Constitutional rights, store your personal valuables with Securit Private Vaults, Inc.

Report about a High Rise shooting in Miami.

Cause is believed to be about a robbery.
You need to protect yourself and your belongings.
Live home invasion robbery, in Los Angeles caught on the home's surveillance camera's, July 17 2008 at 11:22am.

This video shows robbers breaking into a home, rummaging through the contents, then ripping the home safe out of the closet and walking out the door with it and other valuable possessions.

I guess the cameras really do work...they let you see the robbers steal your belongings.
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