That's ridiculous. LaserShield is governed by an independent board of directors. Most of the capital raised for the business was raised by an established 25 years old brokerage firm with offices in Chicago and New York. The Company has provided audited financials to 390 stockholders and is in good standing. The Company has been providing security services and proprietary products since 2003 and since 2006, to customers nationwide in all 50 states. Investors did not put $5MM in. Large stockholders, including those that govern the board of directors have collectively invested over $35MM. LaserShield has sold nationwide through QVC, CompUSA and Circuit City. It sells products through MicroCenter, Fry's Electronics, Sam'sClub.com, Walmart.com Home Depot online and in stores, hundreds of dealers and other affiliates. LaserShield products and Anthony Dohrmann, CEO, have been featured on Rush Limbaugh, Dr. Laura, Steve Harvey, Art Bell, The View, Flip That House, Good Morning America, NY Times, LA Times, Chicago Tribune and hundreds of others. LaserShield has generated enough revenue and enough subscribers nationwide to qualify as one of the top 100 largest alarm companies out of 12, 000 in America. It has also sold products across Canada and into Mexico, has won awards for innovation and best in show at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show, and has been one of the largest 3 advertisers in the history of the security industry.
This is a repost of a 7 year old comment put on [redacted] by a disgruntled branding subcontractor out of New York who was angry she didn't get a $300, 000 contract with the Company. The only posts ever made about the company were from 2 or 3 employees or subcontractors that were terminated by LaserShield. LaserShield was founded in 1999, but records of licenses for the CEO and his activity in the industry span back to 1983.
Google LaserShield and if you're concerned about being burglarized, buy one. It's one of the most reputable and well known brands in the United States. Check the facts.