I can get long winded sometimes so I'll try to keep this short. I was looking for a new safe. I start calling companies for info. I didn't get through to all of them because I was calling pretty late in the day. No problem. I'll talk to them tomorrow. An important thing to note is that I was making these calls from a phone that, at the time, was private. There was nobody in the room that I needed to worry about and I could have a conversation about guns without causing any drama in my life. The problem was that the moment I walked away from that phone, it was no longer secure. I'd rather not explain my exact situation but I'm sure you've all made calls from work or school or someplace that was fine at the time but you wouldn't want the person you called to call that number back and talk to whomever answered the phone about your personal business. Well that's exactly what some guy named “Steve” from Snapsafe did. He called the number on his caller ID and told whoever answered the phone what I can only imagine sounded something like “Yeah I'm calling about Snapshot's gun safe!! You know, for his guns!! What? You didn't know he had guns?!?! Oh yeah, he's got plenty of them!! At least enough that he needs a safe for'em!!” Needless to say I called back and said “Forget about it.” As if that wasn't enough: I generally like to give people at least an idea of what they did wrong when I decide not to use their service. So I told him that I really didn't appreciate him telling my business to others. He said “Ok thanks.” No apology. Nothing. He couldn't seem to care less.