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Are you afraid to stay in a hotel with key-card doors due to easy entry by thieves these days?


Thieves are now able to gain entry into key-card hotel room doors around the world using a small device available on the net. Holiday Inn is working on the problem, but what about the other hotels?

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Lizam1 says

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    Lisa Brown (lisasuniquevoice) 4 years ago

    Lizam1,

    I guess we all just have to be careful in all that we do.

    Lisa

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    Lisa Brown (lisasuniquevoice) 4 years ago

    Goody5,

    I guess I had a concern about what was going on in my room when I wasn't in it, and if the thief would still be in there when I got back. Thanks for your comment. Lisa

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Sheila (Conservative Lady) says

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    Lisa Brown (lisasuniquevoice) 4 years ago

    Conservative Lady,

    You're right the deadbolt and the chain will certainly help, and using the safe is a good idea. It would only be a problem if you purchased large items that won't fit in a safe, and you didn't have locks on your luggage. Lisa

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freecampingaussie says

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    Lisa Brown (lisasuniquevoice) 4 years ago

    I should try staying in a cabin. It would be lots of fun. Also I do love camping.

    Thanks freecampingaussie.

    Lisa

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    Lisa Brown (lisasuniquevoice) 4 years ago

    nightwork4,

    Thanks. I guess it's all part of traveling.

    Lisa


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