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- Transcript Hi How are you today my name is Jessica with Home Security promotions The reason I'm calling you today is we are giving away up to 20 cellular home security systems in your area absolutely free and we're also updating all of the old outdated landline systems to wireless video systems again absolutely free because I don't know if you know but thieves have learned that by cutting the phone lines outside of your home it will disable your outdated alarm system and studies show that one in 17 homes are being broken into every single day so does this sound like something you're interested in Oh my apologies love I didn't hear that last part does this sound like something you're interested in does this sound like something you're interested in thank you for your time and have a nice day.
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