Month: April 2017

Securus Technologies Promotes Crime Prevention for Client Satisfaction



Securus Technologies has been on the lead in making the world a safer place through providing revolutionary modern communication channels in correctional facilities. On October 21st, 2016, Securus Technologies published an article highlighting the comments of some clients who loved their services. Rick, the chief executive officer of Securus Technologies, announced that once in every month, the company develops an innovative product to aid in law enforcement by enhancing communication in correctional facilities. In the client comments, the management had redacted specific references and names of institutions, states, and countries for protection.


Customer Review


Here are some of the comments from clients who had utilized the facility’s services:


A customer was elated by the services Securus Technologies offered. Through the organization, the client was able to acquire a search warrant for a corrupt member of staff and recover the stolen property. He was arrested in the morning following investigations.


The second client appreciated Securus Technologies for providing a call monitor gadget. Through the gadget, the management made a follow up on a prisoner’s conversation. There was proof of suspicion leading to his arrest.


Another email from a client read that for decades, their correctional facility relied on the technology offered by Securus. According to the email, Securus Technologies is committed to revolutionizing the law enforcement facilities by providing a safe environment. The result is an improved system in the department of public safety.


About Securus Technologies


For decades, the legacy of Securus Technologies has been built on its services to prisons and public safety agencies. The American for-profit organization is headquartered in Dallas. It was established in 1986. The organization has regional offices in Atlanta, Georgia, Allen, and Carrollton. It serves over 2000 inmates across North America with an employee base of approximately 1000. Securus Technologies is committed to ensuring world safety by providing emergency response in all reported cases.




Why clients need to know about their social security benefits- Interview by David Giertz

David Giertz is a financial advisor with the Nationwide Investment Services Corporation. He has been working in this sector for the past 31 years and had a lot of experience in investment banking. One of the issues David feels affects the industry deepest is the fact that not many clients factor in the social security benefits when planning for retirement. In an interview on that he did for the Wall Street Journal, he outlined the challenges that pensioners face when it comes to claiming their benefits.

According to a study that was conducted by the Nationwide Investment Services, very few investment bankers were talking to their clients about the importance of their social security benefits at A shocking 86 percent of the sample of people interviewed did not even know the factors that affected the amount of money they were receiving as security benefits.

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David Giertz says that most of the people make mistakes such as starting to claim benefits as soon as they are 62. He explained that the earlier one started claiming these benefits, the fewer the monthly amounts would get. Giertz observed that over a period of 25 years, one could lose up to 300,000 dollars in benefits, which translated to $12,000 annually. Four out of five clients stated that they would drop an advisor if they realized he was avoiding the topic of social security benefits.

Among the top reasons behind avoidance of the subject is the fact that 2,700 rules govern social security benefits distribution and the advisers finding the topic long and tedious. David Giertz stated that financial advisors needed to get over the complexity of the item and give their clients more reliable information regarding the issue on

Other places that David has worked include his position as the vice president sales at FI/WH between 2009 and 2013. He currently operates from the One Nationwide Plaza in Columbus, Ohio.