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IS CALIFORNIA STARTING TO CIRCLE THE DRAIN? I was the victim of a clever gang of organized car burg…

IS CALIFORNIA STARTING TO CIRCLE THE DRAIN? I was the victim of a clever gang of organized car burglars in the Bay Area who are using sophisticated scanners to copy and boost the key-fob signal for recent model keyless entry and ignition cars. Once you latch on to the signal, the car door unlocks at […]
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