Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Review and giveaway: Master Lock celebrates National Safety Month!

Disclosure: I received a product to review for myself, as well as the opportunity to give one away. I was not compensated in any other way and all opinions posted here are mine and mine alone. 

Did you know that June is National Safety Month?  Master Lock wants to help keep your family and belongings safe with its great products!  I've reviewed many Master Lock padlocks and key locks in the past and have always been impressed by the quality and usefulness of the products.  This time I received a product designed to help keep my documents safe- the 7148 File Lock Box!


Product Features:

  • Locking file box
  • 6" (15.2cm) x 13-1/2" (34.3cm) x 10-1/2" (26.7cm)
  • Durable steel construction stands up to daily use
  • Key lock to protect and secure your personal documents
  • Includes 2 keys
  • Duplicate keys not available
I'm really happy with this box- it's as sturdy as advertised, and I love that it locks to keep my documents safe.  It's a great way to keep my papers organized and secure at the same time!

And I have good news- I'm giving away a Master Lock locking file box to one lucky reader!  Open to US mailing addresses, enter at the Rafflecopter widget below.


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43 comments:

latanya t said...

change your passwords often to avoid hackers

janetfaye said...

Store valuables, like jewelry in a safety deposit box at the bank.

janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

Ruth Hill said...

Be careful what you post on social media. Don't tell people when you are going on vacation or away for the evening. That is just inviting someone to come and rob you.

rachel said...

make sure your wifi is password protected!

Heather! said...

As a Girl Scout volunteer, I know that the best safety tip, in general, is to always be prepared! Have first aid supplies available, take any possible precautions in all situations, and always be aware of your surroundings and potential dangers.

moushka said...

Always be aware of your surroundings!

jakiesmom said...

Walk through parking lots with your keys in your hands so your not searching your purse with no one around

kellyr78 said...

My safety tip is to have a good security program installed on your computer to check for viruses.

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Kelly Falcone said...

Always be aware!

finallystayathomemomma.com said...

Always know your surroundings.
Check your children's social accounts often; always have their passwords.

Cheryl said...

Keep a record of all of your bank accounts and insurance policies in a safety deposit box.

1froglegs said...

Never share your passwords and never use online banking from any computer other than your secured home computer.

K & K Reviews & Giveaways! said...

I know it's hard to remember, but always have different passwords for every site, because as soon as you slip with one, anyone can get any information!

Kortney

Claudia N said...

Don't listen to an iPod whilst walking around.

laura20v said...

never go for a run alone in the dark. laura20v@hotmail.com

Julie @ Knitting and Sundries said...

My best safety tip is to have a fire escape ladder at the ready in any upstairs rooms.

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Erinn Sluka said...

Always keep a computer back up

Burning Moon said...

If you are ever followed home don't go to your house go somewhere public or the closest police station.

Melissa B. said...

We always leave lights and the tv on when we leave the house. It makes it look like someone is still home.

Becky said...

Always leave your doors and windows locked, day and night. Also lock your car doors when you're driving... especially if you will be stopping at stop lights or stop signs!

babydjs_mom@yahoo.com

ariannasma216 said...

change your pw's regularly

BethElderton said...

Invest in a timer for a couple of lights, maube a radio, if you will be out of town for several days.
bethelderton59 at gmail dot com

Darlene Ysaguirre said...

be wary of where you put your info and with whom you share it with.

Nancy said...

Keep valuables and essential papers in a safe deposit box. Make a list that you update as to contents in the box.

Nancy
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

Diana said...

Try not to share personal information online
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Dawn Monroe said...

Always have a charged cell phone with you and be alert to whats going on around you.

Chelesa sims said...

Change passwords frequently so that hackers cant get emails.

Julie said...

change passwords all the time and get your car keys out before you leave the store..

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Amanda Rauch said...

Always lock things up and make sure someone- friend family etc-knows where things are-keys important docs etc

Kristin said...
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Kristin said...

We always lock up important paper and jewelry! And always change passwords frequently!
Lexijo213 at yahoo dot com

Busy Tennessee Mom said...

Keep changing passwords to ensure they are not guessed by others.

courtney erickson said...

I am constantly telling my son to always be aware of his surroundings.Also change your passwords often!

Tami Valentine said...

Best safety tip for us: don't leave the house when your dryer is running.

Pam Halligan said...

Be careful who you give out your information (especially your SSN) to. I am always getting emails from banks, yahoo!, Paypal, etc. that prove to be fraudulent. Banks will never ask for your personal information by email, nor do these companies usually make unsolicited contact unless absolutely necessary.

Darlene said...

We always keep everything locked up when we're home and away.

eclairre said...

change your pw's regularly

Heather R said...

Don't use the same password for everything

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Lesli said...

Don't make predictable passwords!

farmgirl said...

Keep all important papers in one place.

Sue Hull said...

I learned the hard way.My tip is change your passwords every 6 months.When going on vacation leave lights on in your house and have your paper stopped.Thanks :)
sue-hull64(at)comcast(dot)net

Brigette Streeper said...

Always know where your kids are and what they are doing it. Always have it be a known expectation that you will check where they go online and who they are with.

Suzie Williams said...

When you get an email that looks like it's from a bank, facebook, etc... it's best to type the address into your browser to go to the site and log in. You never know if the link you click will direct you to a phishing site.