David Saks: Tips For Personal Safety : #2 Protecting Your Valuables

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Tips For Personal Safety : #2 Protecting Your Valuables

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All that glitters isn't gold !

It could be quartz, silver, LLadro, lapel pins and platinum.

Don't ever take large sums of money with you when you go to the house showing.

The rattling jewelry on your wrists or dangling expensive diamonds or pearls around your neck might be just the ticket for some scumbag lurking behind the kitchen door or in the garage waiting for you to close up the house before you leave.

Try not to wear these expensive items or carry unusually large sums of money with you during your showings.

Even if you manage to make it through a few showings without controversy, some nasty piece of garbage might send a signal to his or her partner in crime that they know a real estate agent that flaunts the glitter.

These retarded slimeballs can, and will, set you up for a robbery if they think they can get away with it !

Be vigilant, always !

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Comment balloon 4 commentsDavid Saks • September 01 2008 04:38AM


The same can be said for home inspectors, and possibly double so since dangling jewelry can be very dangerous when working around electricity. I remember in college when I had so much jewelry I think I weighed an extra five pounds. Of course, I never pierced my cheek, tongue, ears, eyelids, and certain other body parts! LOL

Posted by Not a real person about 12 years ago

Haha, Russel. Sounds like you we're a walking Zales once upon a time. Many thanks for your good thoughts and hopes for a great week ahead for you, Russ.

Posted by David Saks ((retired)) about 12 years ago


This is a very good point and one that should also be given to our sellers.  Put your valuables out of sight.

Posted by Don Rogers, Realtor, Broker, CDPE, GRI, OnullFallon MO & St Charles County MO homes (Keller Williams Realty Chesterfield) about 12 years ago

Thanks, Don. Out of sight, and in a safe place.

Posted by David Saks ((retired)) about 12 years ago

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