Passive Radar Jammers
99% of the radar jammers advertised today, are passive jamming devices manufactured and sold by Rocky Mountain Radar.
These types of jammers are advertised as having the ability to reflect the radar and/or laser signal back to the police gun, with an added FM “chirp“.
The problem with this concept is that you would need a reflector the size of a house, to have any effect on police enforcement guns, while driving your car.
Radar Jammer Manufactures
Rocky Mountain Radar claims their jammers/scramblers disable X, K, Ka and laser bands, causing the police radar and laser guns to remain blank.
These products allegedly reflect a modified signal to confuse police radar gun computer, this according to promotional material in printed pieces and web sites!
When the passive device is within 18 inches of a police radar gun, the device will cause sporadic readings. However to have any effect on a police officer’s radar gun, you would have to be driving on the hood of his car (then you would have other problems).
Don’t be fooled!
Most consumers buy off on these outrageous lies and have no way to confirm the validity of their claims.
Radar Roy to the rescue!
Radar Roy, a retired police officer and a certified traffic radar instructor has taken Michael Churchman and his company Rocky Mountain Radar to task and has challenged them to back up their claims.
Radar Roy’s Bottom Line
A report in the January issue of The Insurance Institute Highway Safety magazine says it best:
“…in the medical world they are called a placebo, among speeders, the equivalent is a radar jammer…”
These jammers are as effective as having a block of wood on your dash. They just don’t work – Radar Roy’s tests reveal claims are false!
In a recent test of RMR’s new C495 by Radar Roy his findings were that this product had virtually no effect in jamming and/or scrambling any police radar and/or laser gun.
Radar Roy’s $50,000 Challenge
Because of this Radar Roy’s challenge of giving anyone $50,000 in cash to show him one of Rocky Mountain Radar’s passive devices that work as they advertise by scrambling police radar and/or laser guns still stands.
Are You a Victim of Rocky Mountain Radar?
Radar Roy gets a lot of questions from owners of Radar Jammers. The main thing they want to know: “How can I get my money back?”
30 Day Money Back Guarantee
If you purchased your Radar Jammer within the past 30 days, and if you purchased the unit from Rocky Mountain Radar, you can return to them under their 30 day money back guarantee. If you purchased your device from another online retailer, or from a store, check with them to see what their return policy is.
Credit Card Purchases
If you used your credit card, contact your bank or credit card provider and file for a refund.
Many banks will honor a charge back if the company fraudulently misrepresented their products and/or services. You are welcome to print out sections of this website to turn in with your request.
Contact The Federal Trade Commission
The Federal Trade Commission has the jurisdiction to investigate cases of consumer fraud throughout the USA. We would recommend that your first step to file a complaint using their online form.
Contact the Attorney General’s Office
Rocky Mountain Radar is based in El Paso, and you can contact the Texas Attorney General’s Office and file a complaint.
You could also contact the Attorney General’s Office in your state, and file a similar complaint.
Contact the Better Business Bureau
Rocky Mountain Radar is not a member of the El Paso Better Business Bureau, however RMR has responded to several filed complaints from this agency. We do suggest that you do file a complaint with the El Paso Better Business Bureau.
Customers who have used this option (or the threat of this option) have told Radar Roy that they have been very successful in getting their money back.