If you need to contact us for assistance in preventing a smart meter installation or getting a smart meter removed from your home, please FIRST read the Frequently Asked Questions. The vast majority of questions can be answered by reading over the FAQ carefully. If you have questions specific to your local area please check our Group Directory and contact your local group.
If you STILL have questions after reading the FAQ thoroughly, you can contact our toll-free hotline at 888-965-6435. Please confirm that you have reviewed our FAQ if you would like a call back.
If you are in an urgent situation, are seeking assistance in organizing your local community against smart meters, have questions about items in our online store or you would like to place a store order, please feel free to call us.
In addition to insisting on analog gas, water and electric utility meters, we also highly recommend hard-wiring your internet connection, using a corded landline, and switching off or getting rid of all wireless devices, and living away from cell towers and/or shielding your home. An RF meter from our online store can help identify unwanted RF radiation from appliances, devices, or nearby cell sites that are polluting your home environment. All EMF meter purchases come with a free consultation to help you remediate unwanted microwave radiation in your home.
If you are suicidal, contact the national suicide hotline at 800-273-8255. Don’t give up. There are thankfully some places left that are very low in EMF pollution and away from smart meters and cell towers. There is hope, and it IS possible to recover from an acute exposure or RF injury.
If you need help refusing or removing a smart meter, these resources will be helpful to you:
1. Frequently Asked Questions: this is a large collection of information – please *read through this first* before contacting us!
2. List of utility smart meter “opt outs”: this is a guide to North American utility (so-called) “opt out” policies. Remember- you have a LEGAL RIGHT to refuse a smart meter on your property if the utility easement for your property does not include the right of utilities to install a telecommunications device. Whether or not your local utility has an “opt out” policy, you still have a right to refuse a hazardous smart meter, and they must obtain your consent.
3. Hart vs. PSREC legal case: this includes coverage and documentation of our court case several years ago where we forced the utility to drop their illegal extortionate opt out fees and switch back on our power. This shows what can be done is you stand your ground and refuse to give in to utility bullying.
4. If you are looking for other resources please use the search box in the upper right hand corner of our website or browse the links along the upper and right hand side of our website.
We wish you all a healthy and happy summer of awareness and resistance.