‘My home was broken into. What am I supposed to do now

US An estimated 2.5 million burglaries take place in the U.S. each year. If this has ever happened to you, you know the fear and anxiety you feel after a break-in.

What should you do when you find out that your home is broken into or that someone is coming? It’s hard to know the steps to take in a moment of fear, so it’s important to have a solid plan in place before something happens. If that never happens, that’s good news. If it does, you’re a little more prepared.

Let’s find out what you can do with our sponsor SimplySafe.

here are the steps to take
If you arrive home and you think someone has broken into your property, leave immediately. You cannot be sure that the house is empty, and you should not take the risk.

Be sure not to touch anything and call 911 immediately. Go to a safe place, such as a neighbor’s house or lock yourself in your car. Look around for anything suspicious, like a car you don’t recognize or someone walking by. Make a note so that you can give this information to the police.

Once the police arrive, it is time to assess what was taken and what was damaged. Check for missing electronics, jewelry, medicines, collectibles and other valuables. If you have break-in footage from home security cameras, great. The police may be able to use it to find suspects, and you can use it to see what was taken.

After that, it’s time to contact your insurance company and bank. You need to start the process of reporting the theft. Your bank can help you close your accounts if cards, checks or bills containing your account information are taken. You can also freeze your credit.

What if you are at home during the break-in? SimplySafe says the first 30 seconds are critical. make no sound; Get up and close the door to the room you’re in. Listen carefully, and call 911 immediately. From there, you can try or stop by looking out the window or trying to escape from the fire. If you leave the room, find your car keys and press the panic button. This can intimidate the intruder to leave.

For more steps to take, visit SimplySafe’s blog.

Protect yourself from future break-ins
When you sign up for SimplySafe, you get protection against all the curveballs life will throw at you. You will get protection from any danger from natural calamities to thieves or violent criminals. SimplySafe also has a panic button to trigger a medical alert.

Even if you’re in a safe neighborhood, you’ll need to prepare for a break-in. Tap or click here to find out what crimes have happened in your neighborhood – you might be surprised.

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Smart Locks: Most break-ins happen through unlocked entry. SimplySafe Smart Lock makes sure your door is always locked – even if you forget. Automatically locks your door when you turn on your system or on a timer and unlocks it when you deactivate your system – all without a phone or key.

HD Camera: Watch live HD video and audio from your smartphone, tablet or computer for free, including intruder and motion alerts, 24/7 from your smartphone, tablet or computer with SimplySafe’s security camera.

just don’t take it from me

Let me introduce you to Police Chief Joseph Balog who works in Genoa City, Wisconsin. “My force used SimplySafe to stop a serial burglary ring,” he said. “It also helps us catch other criminals in the act today.”

If you want to prevent a potential criminal from breaking into your home, SimplySafe is the way to go. Tap or click here to hear from a mother who uses SimplySafe to protect her sons. Bottom Line: You’re getting lightning-fast response rates with affordable equipment, easy installation, and no lock-in contracts.

Visit SimliSafeKim.com and get a FREE HD home security camera when you buy a SimliSafe system. You’ll also receive a 60-day risk-free trial, so there’s nothing to lose!

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