“Follow the money,” Rocky Mountain Radar (RMR) at Best Buy Retailer
Updated 25 JUL 09, 2250
Radar Roy called me first thing this morning to inform me about Best Buy’s recent decision to sell Rocky Mountain Radar (RMR) products (self-proclaimed effective passive radar countermeasures), at what’s sure to be very high profit margins.
It is unfortunate that the management of Best Buy has made the same unscrupulous and/or incompetent choice to put their corporate seal of approval on a company’s products that have been so thoroughly discredited by so many independent sources over many years as Rocky Mountain Radar (RMR).
Radio Shack once made the same unfortunate choice a number of years ago and also chose to subject their loyal customers to sham products, if even for a relatively short period of time.
Unfortunately, the actions of Best Buy doesn’t only hurt their customers—who rely on the name Best Buy as a reliable shopping/retail brand in its own right—it also hurts the other legitimate manufacturers like Veil (a proven effective passive laser countermeasure) as well as the other established companies in this ever so small industry like: Beltronics, Blinder, Cheetah, Cobra, Escort, Ontrack, Valentine, and Whistler.
I can only hope with the awareness by postings like this, Best Buy will rethink their choice of carrying such disreputable brands like RMR or KAT.
For our part, we are pleased to report that Veil does not and will not have a direct selling relationship with any retailer that engages in duping their customers with bogus products.
To us, some things are more important than the love-of-money or profit, like truth, integrity, and honor, things that should infinitely more valuable to us as individual citizens and to good corporate citizens.
Please don’t support those retailers, with your hard-earned dollars, who sell such products and pressure the related manufacturers of other related products to not allow those retailers to carry their products until such time those sham products are no longer offered for sale by them.
If you are interested to learn more factual information about Rocky Mountain Radar and radar jamming in general, please refer to the following article: Rocky Mountain Radar Radar Jammers Factual Informational Guide.
If you want to read the real-deal about the real-world performance of Rocky Mountain Radar (RMR) and their related KAT (Kick A#% Technologies) products, you will plainly see these products actually get their-own A$$ess Kicked (AKT) when they are subjected to real-independent tests like those conducted by, Speed Measurement Labs (SML) and Radar Test.
To learn more about Roy’s crusade and to learn how to actively make your own voice heard please refer to the following post.
My personal suggestion is to contact the other related manufacturers and “pressure” them to pull RMR’s/KAT’s product(s) from Best Buy or any other major retailer who engages in selling such products (some major manufacturers contact numbers).
Best Buy Corporate Office: 612-291-1000