the Sneaky Sack
Sneaky Sack helps you to keep your personal items private and
secure when you are traveling.
Don't assume your hotel room is inviolate. Theft happens, at both run-down
no-tell motels and swanky resorts. Learn to lessen your chances that
you - or your expensive laptop - will be the next victim of hotel theft
in addition to using a discreet Sneaky Sack.
When You Leave the
Additional Hotel Security Tips
on your TV or radio. You want it to be just barely audible from
outside the room if you lean in close to the door. It does sound
like someone is there.
your lights on with the curtains pulled shut. This way a sliver
of light shines through. It appears that people are inside, but
you can't just look right in to tell otherwise.
your Do Not Disturb door tags. Leave them on throughout your stay.
If you must, grab extra towels and other things from the Front
Desk, but don't allow strangers access to your room and your things.
The tags also give the impression you are busy inside, working
or having a nice romantic vacation.
a Maid, Clean This Room tag is just advertising your absence.
And not that maids will steal from you, but if they prop open
your door while cleaning, and someone else strolls right on
in, they won't assume the person ISN'T the proper hotel guest.
How could they possibly know? Thieves count on stuff like this.
If you've been flashing your cash, Rolex or Dell Inspiron 9300
about, you could well be marked for such a con.
jury is out on safety of using hotel room safes. On the one hand
it only tells people: "Valuables Inside." But on the other hand,
where else are you going to put your traveler's checks, expensive
watches and jewelry? The Sneaky Sack is the perfect place!
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