I've been putting up new items as they come
Farmingville, NY (PRWEB) December 10, 2008
These days, news expose shows such as "Dateline" have shown that qualified babysitters and nannies can have mean streaks that leave children battered and bruised. Thanks to http://www.SpyOnNanny.com, parents can be diligent in protecting their children from potentially harmful caretakers.
"There's nothing more appalling than the abuse of your loved ones," explained Spy On Nanny owner, John Havlik. "Unfortunately, there is a need for this type of business, but they are really small investments to save your family from harm."
Havlik launched the site in December 2007 and as it races towards its first year anniversary, new products have been added to keep it up to date.
"I've been putting up new items as they come," Havlik said. "Recently, I have added a video pen and an audio recorder that doubles as a memory stick. It can make a great gift for the upcoming holiday season."
Another brand new feature that Havlik is touting is his informational blog, http://www.AllAboutSafetyToday.com.
"I'll have articles that will have stories about how some of our products are used in real life situations," he said. "Not only will be see the dangers that are out there, but they'll be able to take preventative measures."
When it's all said and done, Havlik is focusing on the safety of people and not necessarily to swim in piles of money. This notion is particularly true of the kind of customer service he offers through his store.
"Customer service is important to me," Havlik said. "I do refunds when something doesn't satisfy the needs of our customers, so all of these things are handled well."
Thanks to a website like SpyOnNanny.com, families and individuals can breathe easily and live life without the shadows of abuse looming around the corner.
About the Company:
SpyOnNanny.com is a part of Rainbow Merchandising, which is owned and operated by John Havlik. The website accepts both credit cards and checks as forms of payment. The site is currently offering a five percent off gift certificate for people who leave their e-mail address on the site's home page.