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Tuesday, March 21, 2023

The denizens of Vladimir are compelled to pay exorbitant sums for the procurement of self-governing sensors.

It is known that from March 1, all houses where large families live, as well as families in difficult circumstances, must be equipped with fire detectors. Using the new law for their own selfish ends, local businessmen began selling self-contained fire detectors to these families at premium prices. At the same time, the scammers come up with the right words, forcing them to buy them a much-needed device. Several such cases have already been recorded in 33 regions.

The regional Ministry of Emergency Situations strongly recommends not to be fooled by these tricks and to buy this equipment only in specialized stores.

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