Federation Partners with Bond to Offer New Security Service/App for Community
After last year’s successful 3-month pilot, we officially launched a partnership with Bond, the nation’s leading Personal Security Service, anchoring on 24/7 trained Personal Security Agents and cutting-edge technologies powering a rich array of security services for numerous situations, all accessible through an app. Bond’s services are provided to our community by the Jewish Federation free of charge and the mobile app is very user-friendly.
To access your prepaid Bond Premium subscription through February 28, 2021, first make sure that you’re reading this message on the device on which you want to install the Bond Personal Security App. Then, follow the simple instructions below to access Bond premium services.
Click the Install button below (or searching “Bond Security” in the Apple Store or Google Play) and follow the in-app instructions to register.
When you arrive on the billing screen in the app, select the “yearly” billing option from the subscription menu.
On the checkout screen, enter the code JFLVBOND in the promo code box. This will apply your pre-paid subscription through February 2021.
Those who registered last year will be seamlessly transitioned to our new Bond account.
Bond’s services and app in a nutshell: (see “Why Bond” videos in: www.ourbond.com)
Provide access to trained security agents and state-of-the-art technologies 24/7, all available via its mobile app.
Customize your group, track location, arrival and departure of those invited in your network.
Utilize Bond’s services in any situation in which you may be feel unsafe or unsure.
For instance, when walking alone at night, members may open the live video chat and have an agent available to monitor their whereabouts.
If the situation escalates, members may use the “Send Me a Car” option, which allows the security agent to send a car (likely via Uber or Lyft) to transport members to a safe location (your credit card is required)
.Bond security agents can easily coordinate with local authorities to dispatch emergency support (911, EMT) when needed.
Questions? Contact Aaron Gorodzinsky, director of campaign and security planning, at 610-821-5500 or firstname.lastname@example.org.