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As an attempt to defer the costs of false alarms on the local level, many cities, towns and counties across the nation are requiring additional permitting for the customer to fill out, for us to dispatch police or firemen to their alarms. Simply put, lately GeoArm is seeing a clear trend in the popularity of enacting or increasing requirements for permitting alarm systems in some jurisdiction(s) that you may own/lease/rent a home or operate as a business in.

All customers should look into whether they are required to pay any additional monies for permitting their alarm systems where they live. You may pay your local jurisdiction directly in some cases, and of course us indirectly in others for GeoArm to forward to your local jurisdiction on your behalf. As GeoArm collects more known areas across North America, that require additional permitting we will post the updates and fully comply.

GeoArm is willing and able to satisfy all permitting requirements for any state or province, and likewise at all local levels (counties, parishes, cities, towns or villages). If AlarmClub dba GeoArm is not yet registered in your local jurisdiction, please inform us so we can submit our paperwork to comply. Also ask your local jurisdiction if their are any additional "false alarm fines" they charge, so together we try and eliminate their likelihood. In the event you experience false alarms, we recommend to update your call list so we can call a few more numbers prior to dispatching the local authorities.

If applicable, we apologize for any inconvenience due to the cumbersome permitting process(s) or false alarm fines that are inconvenient to you and us. Please understand that these fees are paid so state or local taxes are not raised. GeoArm and you too, should value every police and fire department and their duty for society. We do value our local police and firemen who respond to alarm and as a business doing business throughout North America, will act accordingly to satisfy any clerical work needed for our permitted alarm monitoring services to be fully available in your hometown.

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