Businessman who sits on condo boards also copies fobs for $35, no questions asked

For $35, nearly anyone can copy an electronic key fob and get access to dozens of Toronto condo towers, a CBC Toronto investigation has revealed.  CBC Toronto used hidden cameras to show how easy it is to do.  Toronto businessman George Laczko is the director of FobCopy, a walk-in and mail-in business near Bloor and Sherbourne streets that copies different types of fobs — small electronic key tags that give people access to condo towers and their common areas like lobbies, gyms, pools and even change rooms.    Read the article……………


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