Our FREE app lets your potential clients know they are being recorded & to leave the hanky-panky at the door.
Agent.Watch works because of a two pronged approach to personal safety. We pair recording your surroundings with the ability to send this online recording to any of your contacts in the event of an emergency. Just the fact of knowing you're being recorded is usually enough to dissuade bad behavior.
We automatically stream video from your Android/iPhone to the cloud(Dropbox) so that in an emergency a recording of the event is retrievable.
When you push the panic button we will automatically send your location & the video of your surroundings to any of the contacts that you designate. It also can also dial an emergency number.
If you are worried about the person your meeting with, you can request the system check in with you every few minutes to make sure you're ok. If you don't respond the system will go into panic mode.
All of these features are great, but just like a home alarm system, the little sign on your lawn is 80% of the battle for deterring unwanted behavior. We sell door hangers, pins, buttons, sticker, shirts and more to let your clients know that you use Agent.Watch to keep you both safe.
Beverly Carter, an agent with Crye-Leike Realtors in Little Rock, Arkansas, was wrapping up her workday late Thursday afternoon when she went missing.
She set out to meet an unknown prospective buyer at a vacant bank-owned property on the banks of the Arkansas River in Scott, Arkansas, sometime around 5:30 p.m. Central time, according to her husband in a Pulaski County Sheriff’s report.
Carter, 49, was set to show two other properties that day, but never made her next appointments, Steve Brown, executive vice president at Crye-Leike, told Inman News.
Instead, after not being able to get in touch with Carter, her husband drove over to the home and found her locked 2014 Cadillac SRX in the driveway with her purse inside, the front door to the home open and no one there.
Carter’s body was found three days later in a rural area at Argos Concrete Company about 25 miles northeast of Little Rock, Carl Minden, a spokesman for the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office, told AP.
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