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    Automatically renewable BURGLAR ALARM contract

    Can a burglar alarm contract automatically renew without the alarm company giving me advance notification prior to each renewal date? How can I be expected to schedule a cancellation date 2-years in advance? Especiallly with the added constraints of having to give a 60-day written notice.
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    Re: Automatically renewable BURGLAR ALARM contract

    Originally posted by JERRYPRIMACK
    Can a burglar alarm contract automatically renew without the alarm company giving me advance notification prior to each renewal date? How can I be expected to schedule a cancellation date 2-years in advance? Especiallly with the added constraints of having to give a 60-day written notice.
    **A: what does your contract state?
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    Re: Automatically renewable BURGLAR ALARM contract

    Originally posted by JERRYPRIMACK
    Can a burglar alarm contract automatically renew without the alarm company giving me advance notification prior to each renewal date? How can I be expected to schedule a cancellation date 2-years in advance? Especiallly with the added constraints of having to give a 60-day written notice.

    My response:

    That's why they invented calendars and computers. Ever hear of those?

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    My further response:

    . . . and, God forbid, don't ever lease a car!

    How could the dealership ever EXPECT you to turn the car in on time?

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    Or you can do like I do. The day after you sign one of those long term contracts.... give them written notice of your intent to cancel on the last day.

    Simply:
    "This is notice of my intent to cancel the alarm system contract as of November 1, 2006."
    Then send it be certified RRR mail.

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