Interview with Jon of Spygadgets.com
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How can a small business or corporation
benefit from doing business with spygadgets.com?
SpyGadgets.com has been in the business of helping people discover the truth
since 1998. With our vast experience
and knowledge of surveillance equipment we're more than an order taking service. We can listen to a customer's
situation and recommend the best solution.
People often think they need to spend a lot of money in order to get more. We don't necessarily believe high
price means you get a better solution.
Businesses are at a huge disadvantage versus the ordinary citizen. While homes and cars are burglarized
by complete strangers businesses have to contend with internal theft. Someone they trust with their
information, money, and lifelong dream for most business owners is stealing
right under their noses. These
thieves are most often the most trusted member of the staff with the most
seniority. I cannot tell you how
many times business owners have called me after a sale to express their surprise
when they find out who the culprit is.
They are usually floored and my prediction of 8 hours from install to
discovery and arrest or termination is accurate most of the time.
We offer the business owner the ability to take back control of what they have
worked so hard to achieve.
What is your main product at
spygadgets.com? Where do you see this product 10-15 years down the road?
We have no one main product but our specialty is covert surveillance whether
that be hidden cameras, GPS trackers, or telephone recorders. We have a very niche market that is
often perceived as being sleazy or under the table. We don't condone any illegal use of
the equipment we sell and we certainly don't promote it.
If you would have told me 12 years ago that we would have the type of products
we have today I would have told you to go check yourself into a mental hospital. I have no idea what's to come in the
next year much less the next 10. I
do see in the near future truly wireless surveillance cameras. Right now wireless cameras require a
wire for power. Wireless simply
refers to the video transmission method.
We've already developed a way to record full motion video to micro SD
cards secretly embedded into everyday products.
Now we have to figure out how to get electricity to the device using
WyTricity, a company has taken the principles first introduced by Tesla, has
discovered a way to send electricity through the air. Think of it as WiFi for electricity. They just demonstrated their product
at CES 2010 in Las Vegas and I see us being able to use that same technology
with surveillance cameras in the very near future.
What's your hottest selling product this
year? Does spygadgets.com have any new exciting products for 2010?
By far the hottest selling product is our SD-V03 Color Spy Camera. It's a desk clock that records full
color motion activated video to a SD card.
The camera is so small it fits in the palm of your hand and costs under
$200.00, a price breakthrough in a device with this list of features.
We do have some exciting products coming up in 2010 but if we told you we would
have to kill you. Seriously, GPS
trackers are getting smaller and cheaper.
Look for a thumb drive sized GPS tracker that will outlast any other
tracker on the market. We are
working with our overseas suppliers to bring these devices to the U.S. within a
few weeks. Look for these tiny
trackers to replace the SuperTrackStick and the TrackStick Mini, both
revolutionary GPS trackers.
As with any GPS tracking product training
is very important. Can you please tell me about how you train your customers to
install GPS devices. Is it a difficult process or is it fairly straightforward?
Training customers is almost unheard of these days. Our customers are smarter than the
average electronics consumer. We
provide detailed instructions and video demos and back that up with telephone
and e-mail support. Our GPS trackers
are so easy to install that we rarely hear from customers anymore. If you can hook up a DVD player then
you most certainly operate a GPS tracker.
If a new or used car dealer approached
you and is thinking about purchasing your product to install in there vehicles
and you had one sales pitch line to use, what would you tell that new/used car
The cost of deploying a fleet of GPS trackers can be recovered with a single
use. GPS Trackers are cheap
insurance for your investment. Most
customers have every intention in the world to repay you but when it comes down
to your family or theirs you are going to lose.
Recover your vehicle within minimal hassle.
Where do you see the GPS vehicle tracking
business 10 years from now?
GPS tracking is on the edge of a huge shift. Think of it as all the car
companies of the 1900's. Only a
handful survived. GPS trackers have
saturated the market and everybody claims to have the biggest and best. Cell phone providers have already
embedded GPS tracking into phones, car manufacturers such as GM have OnStar. With the shift to palm sized
all-in-one devices like the iPhone people are already carrying GPS trackers. It's just to what extent the data is
accessible. I think in 10 years we'll all be tracked by GPS from multiple
sources but there will always be a need for covert tracking that the target
cannot turn off or defeat.