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Hi folks! I work in the real estate company and my employee uses Track What Matters tracking to monitor my location and I guess it violates my privacy. Can I change this situation?

asked Apr 26 '12 at 10:01

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BobIronside
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edited Apr 26 '12 at 10:03


Hello Bob!

Track What Matters is a company located in Texas. They manufacture GPS trackers and supply them to various companies in many countries across the globe including USA, Mexico, Canada, and countries of Africa, Middle East and even part of the Asia. So your employee has placed their GPS tracker under your car and uses it to monitor your location.

Along with GPS location tracking feature Track What Matters lets your employer to set up different alerts, be it estimated time of your trip from one point to another, time of idling there, particular locations you must visit or even maximum driving speed. If anything goes wrong, your employee will know about it. Sometimes it is good, but in some cases... Well, you know.

Fleet tracking is gaining popularity these days. In fact, it is already very popular. So to be absolutely free from this kind of tracking you can block Track What Matters GPS tracker and secure your privacy for sure.

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answered Apr 26 '12 at 10:48

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