We have been writing about the uses of hidden cameras for years now but have never seen or heard about hidden cameras being used by car dealerships in this manner.
One BMW car dealership in Baltimore, Maryland says that many customers file false claims about damage to their cars when they bring them in for service.
“People would say we damaged their car, and we’d say, ‘If you don’t mind, we have to check the camera for insurance purposes,'” said Sterry, service manager at BMW of Catonsville in Baltimore. “We’d find, about 90 percent of the time, the damage was already there when they brought the car in for service.”
They installed a hidden camera that monitors and records vehicle drop-off and delivery spots and other areas inside the dealership.
The dealership uses it as a defensive tool because so many people were reporting damage to their cars when they brought it in for service. It has helped save the store tens of thousands of dollars in false vehicle-damage reports. It also has helped nab bad employees and thwart potential vehicle thefts.
It was costing the dealership $3,000-$4,000 a month to repair the cars. Most of the claims were false.Our Alarm Clock Hidden Camera can’t do what the car dealership hidden cameras can do, and it will catch many people doing things they shouldn’t be doing. It uses an 8 GB SD card to record images on a motion activated basis. It is perfect for a nanny camera or many other uses.
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