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Thursday, December 12, 2019

$25 Visa Gift Card (TigerLight) Giveaway

One of the better gift cards to try to win is one from Visa as you aren't really restricted on where you can shop. Yes, there are some places that do not accept credit cards at all, but here's a chance to win one from Visa. Open to US residents only, you have through 12/20 to enter. Good luck.
TigerLight MOM Wearable


The TigerLight D.A.D.® has technology and amazing features that would be great for everyone to use, AND in a new device, could be even more helpful in date rape situations! That's where M.O.M.™ comes in! About the size of an Apple Watch with many fastening or carry options!... M.O.M.™ is for your baby carrier, toddler, young children, teenagers, single women, EVERYONE!
The M.O.M.™ is a secret, hidden, wearable Bluetooth/GPS safety alert device. Users wear the M.O.M.™ device in a discreet location and can activate it by tapping in an emergency situation. The M.O.M.™ is capable of alerting designated individuals/groups via app, text and email, AND all Crowd Alert™ app users. The alert is accompanied by a loud, distinct siren sound to deter attacker and alert others nearby.

Parents will love the Bluetooth/GPS functionality that will alert if their child gets separated from them. This is known as geo-fencing and with the M.O.M.™ it's the easiest backup to help keep kids safe!

Are you a new parent with an infant or toddler? I'm sure you have read the horror stories of a parent accidentally leaving their child in the car. Another way you can use the M.O.M.™ is by using the Bluetooth/GPS functionality on your child's infant carrier. The Crowd Alert™ app will alert YOU if that unimaginable mistake is made.
TigerLight M.O.M. Prelaunch
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Why M.O.M.™ if I have a Cellphone?

"My kids and I have a phone as a backup in an emergency!" Absolutely, but your phone is the first thing an attacker is looking to separate you from or keep you from using. Stop what you are doing right now and try something for me. Look at the time. Now, go get your phone and try to open the 911 calling option. How long did it take you? Would you have been able to do that in an emergency where you were blindfolded, removed from where you are, held down, or under attack?
Not likely.

Instead, you, or your child even, can send an alert with M.O.M.™ in a specific tap (easy to do, but very unlikely to be done accidentally); without an attacker/abductor having a clue what you are doing!

New M.O.M.™ Program

Pay $1 now. Reserve the option to buy any quantity of M.O.M.'s during the first 48 hours of its product launch on Kickstarter or Indiegogo, ONLY $27.99 each. You will be notified, via the email you provide, of the day and time of the launch. You will have 48 hours to make your purchase at the exclusive price.---->Reserve your M.O.M.™ now!

Anyone who purchases a D.A.D. at $129.99 now until M.O.M.’s launch date, will receive a free M.O.M.™
ENTER TO WIN!
$25 Visa Gift Card
The giveaway is open US Only, 18+
The giveaway ends 12/20 at 1159 pm est
Be sure to come back daily for more chances to win.
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26 comments:

  1. Yes, I was attacked on the street as a teen.

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  2. I've been in situations where I wish I had a better way to defend someone else.

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  3. When I moved away from home right after college. I worked all different hours.

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  4. Yes when I was younger and my older sister would beat on me

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  5. I've been in some scary situations a number of times, but I'm still here.

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  6. Yes. I hate parking garages and once when I was at our downtown main library I noticed a man every aisle I went down and felt very uncomforable so I left. Of course I had to go to the parking garage and sure enough he was there. Luckily I got in my car and got away before he got close but was very scared and unsure really how to defend myself.

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  7. i'm usually very cautious so i haven't yet been in a situation where i feel like i'm in danger, but i'd always like something just in case. i'm very aware of things that could happen, but thankfully haven't experienced anything too terrible yet.

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  8. No but my wife would love to have this

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  9. no I have never been there

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  10. No, I'm pretty cautious since I have a disability/.

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  16. yes when i was 16 and pregnant i was working the late shift and some one followed me home i call police he wa kid napper

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  18. Fortunately, I've never been in a situation where I wished I could defend myself better. I know many people are put in that position though.

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  19. i haven't yet been in a situation where i feel like I'm in danger.

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  20. When I was a kid more than once. Kids can be so mean.

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  21. This would be good. I'm to afraid to use pepper spray, that it could be grabbed out of my hand. I've gotten so I only walk a few places in absolute necessity, but would still like to defend myself.

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  22. yes many times in my life.live in a bad neighborhood.

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