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Security & Spy Direct - Espymall.com

Rental a Spy Cam

Why should you rent a nanny camera?

A nanny camera is ideal for a long list of situations, including the following:

  • Getting evidence of a cheating spouse
  • Monitoring a nursing home
  • Home surveillance (home alone children and babysitters)
  • Watching over dependants and their caregivers
  • Witnessing theft
  • And countless other uses!

With our hidden camera rental program here at eSpymall, you can rent our products with a discounted flat rate. If you’d like to rent one of the products from our website, please call us at (626) 820-8811 or send an email to cs@espymall.com.

To start renting, a deposit equal to the product price must be paid. When the product is returned in mint condition with all its packing materials, a refund of the deposit will be issued, minus the shipping and rental cost. The rental cost is calculated at a flat rate for the first week, and then at a lower rate for subsequent days.

The first rental week begins from the day after you signed for and received the rental product. We use UPS ground shipping to request your signature. If the camera is shipped back by UPS on the 8th day after the rental week starts, then the deposit will be refunded minus the first week rental cost ($72.99) as soon as we receive the returned product. If the camera is shipped back after the 8th day, then an additional $6.99 will be charged for each subsequent day. We count the final rental day as the day the product is postmarked—or the day its package is scanned—for the return delivery. 

The rental product is shipped with everything you need to operate it. If you choose to keep the memory card, the price of the card will also be deducted from your deposit.

Since the first week rental cost is $72.99 and the subsequent day cost is $6.99, the combined cost will equal or exceed the cost of the deposit. When this happens, you may keep the product, as it will then count as an official purchase.

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