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Monitoring center looks to help Spanish speakers

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04/22/2015

FREEPORT, N.Y.—Emergency Response USA, a personal alert system provider with a monitoring station here, has moved toward a mostly bilingual staff of operators.

Battered but unbowed

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Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Wayne Wahrsager’s New York Merchants Protective Co. Inc.—an alarm company in existence for more than 100 years—is no more as the result of a $20 million breach-of contract lawsuit filed against the company and Wahrsager last year by Bank of America.

Judge OK’s NYMP sale

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Thursday, October 20, 2011

It’s official: A federal judge issued an order yesterday giving the green light for the financially embattled New York Merchants Protective Co. to be sold to Professional Security Technologies LLC in order to pay off creditors.

Proposed NYMP sale pending

But former owner of century-old security company claims it’s a 'fire sale' for just pennies on the dollar
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09/30/2011

FREEPORT, N.Y.—The New York Merchants Protective Co. Inc., a financially embattled New York-based alarm company that has been in the same family for about 100 years, was put up for sale late this summer.

NYMP still up for sale and Pro 1 proactive

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Thursday, September 29, 2011

Here are a couple items of interest:

One is a short update on something I wrote about earlier this month: The proposed sale of the New York Merchants Protective Co. The sale is still awaiting a federal judge’s decision.

Termination of NMYP president upheld

Judge said receiver running financially troubled company had right to fire Wayne Wahrsager
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05/05/2011

FREEPORT, N.Y.—A federal judge this week upheld the firing of Wayne Wahrsager from his job as president of New York Merchants Protective Co., Inc. (NYMP).

NYMP court hearing set for April 27

NYMP president Wahrsager says company is being mismanaged by receiver
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04/21/2011

FREEPORT, N.Y.—Wayne Wahrsager, president of New York Merchants Protective Co., Inc. (NYMP)—a full-service alarm company here that’s been in his family for more than 100 years—contends the company’s court-appointed receiver is grossly mismanaging the business, causing “staggering waste and losses,” and also trying to fire the person vitally needed to ensure the business survives: Wayne Wahrsager.

Smith & Wesson cuts ties with NationWide

Members of the dealer security services program have a month to strip away Smith & Wesson name from all security products
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03/31/2011

FREEPORT, N.Y.—Major gun manufacturer Smith & Wesson has terminated its licensing agreement with NationWide Digital Monitoring Co. effective today, March 31.