I’m in the market for a budget camera.
If anybody uses Wyze Cams for the fun of it and not for budget-related reasons, and furthermore has the desire/money to expend hiring an attorney for information on a $22 camera, please let me know!
Otherwise, I’ll save a lot more buying a brand without the subrogation disclaimer compared to enlisting professional legal help. And honestly, I love a good debate. People end up quoting statutes eventually, which I Google and read on the .gov site, and sometimes go through the sources found on the relevant Wiki page (since statutes on their own won’t paint the whole picture of how laws are applied).
But do you know what I expected? Wyze’s social media team to get an alert about a webpage that includes both the name “Wyze” and the word “fire,” and send somebody to downplay the seriousness of subrogation, perhaps pointing out 0/X fires over Y years caused by Wyze products. And! you know who has the money to chat with attorneys–Wyze, they hired one to work the liability angle as they wrote the T&C! I’ll send them an email and report back.
Cheers for the valid point.