Secure Signals Talks Cable Theft

Launches free online resource center to help cable operators prevent or recoup service theft losses

March 11, 2009

1 Min Read

DENVER -- Tough economic times make cable theft all the more enticing to cash-strapped consumers. Having incurred more than $12 billion in stolen services over the last year, service theft is a problem that warrants aggressive action by America’s cable operators. To help combat the issue, Secure Signals Inc. has launched a valuable Service Theft Resource Center at

The site features facts about federal laws; proven strategies to identify, reduce and prevent cable and IP piracy; links to relevant news articles; and free resources including a consumer fact sheet and bill stuffer that cable operators can download and customize to educate consumers about cable theft’s negative impact on paying customers and their communities. The site also features a letter to pirates which Secure Signals developed to successfully jump start the process to convert pirates into paying customers.

“Secure Signals’ Service Theft Resource Center will save cable operators valuable time as they explore ways to reduce service theft and recover lost revenues needed to fund network upgrades and cover rising operating expenses,” stated Stan McGinnis, founder and CEO of Secure Signals.

When asked if he is worried that he’s giving away too much for free, McGinnis replied, “Not at all. I’m confident that when cable operators review the content in the resource center, they will realize the significant financial impact they can achieve by adopting a proactive service theft reduction strategy. Then we’ll show them how Secure Signals can provide the turnkey service of converting pirates into paying subscribers for free, and they are all ears. Secure Signals truly offers a risk-free, revenue-sharing approach that delivers phenomenal results.”

Secure Signals Inc.

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