London Stadium 2019 - 2020 Season



The 2019–20 Premier League will be the 28th season of the Premier League, the top English professional league for association football clubs, since its establishment in 1992. Manchester City are the defending champions for the second successive year

It will be the first Premier League season to have a mid-season break in February where five of a normal round of ten games will be played on a weekend and the remaining five the following weekend. It will also be the first season to use VAR.



The Premier League season marks the start of a new 3 year TV deal including 20 games to be broadcast by Amazon Prime in the UK for the first time.


The fixtures are set to be released on Thursday 13 June 2019.


In Partnership with the London Stadium Business Club, Fast Key Services Ltd will be advertising at the London Stadium for the duration of the 2019 - 2020 season. Keep an eye out for our advertisements on the big screen on the side of the stadium, the mid-tier LED boards on pitch side and on the TV screens throughout the ground! Also keep an eye on our social media accounts for more Pictures and Videos https://www.facebook.com/fastkeyservices/

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Proud partners of the London Stadium Business Club




Fast Key Services Ltd are proud to be an official partner of The London Stadiums Business Club.


Last week we were lucky enough to take in the West Ham vs Everton game and see our new advertisements in the flesh. Although we didn't get the result we wanted with West Ham losing 2-0 we thoroughly enjoyed the game. The London Stadium is an impressive sight as you come off the train from Stratford and see the large 200ft LED screen at the front of the stadium lit up with our logo and company colours was a real proud moment.


The next game at The London Stadium is West Ham vs Leicester City so keep an eye out for our advertisements on the big screen on the side of the stadium, the mid-tier LED boards on pitch side and on the TV screens throughout the ground! Also keep an eye on our social media accounts for more Pictures and Videos
https://www.facebook.com/fastkeyservices/


Come on you Irons!

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Christmas Opening Times





We will close for the Christmas festivities on Friday 21st of December 2018 at 1pm and re-open at 9am on Wednesday 2nd January 2019.

On behalf of everyone at Fast Key Services we would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year.



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Royal Parks Half Marathon On Behalf of MNDA




Our MD completed the Royal Parks Half Marathon on behalf of the MNDA and as well as other money raised Fast Key Services have donated £1000 to this worthy cause.

More information about the MNDA and the work they do can be found HERE.






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Car Keys - Avoiding Keyless Theft

Technology within the automotive industry has come a long way, it wasn’t so long ago that seatbelts in the rear seats were a luxury! But it seems that nowadays every make and model of vehicle benefits from an array of useful gadgets to make our daily commutes and even the dreaded school run almost pleasurable. For example, heated seats, quick clear windscreens, Bluetooth connectivity, cup holders galore and even keyless entry and keyless start.

We have all been there, holding the baby or a bag of shopping whilst struggling to get the keys out your pocket to unlock the car. Keyless entry means that by simply approaching the vehicle the doors will unlock, in some cases the engine can even be started remotely. Whilst this clearly has its benefits in our day to day lives, this convenience can come at a cost; the signal from a keyless fob can easily be intercepted by savvy criminals with the right equipment.


Each key fob is specifically programmed to the vehicle in order to open the car. Without getting too technical, a car key remote uses a chip that creates a unique code, your car has the same sort of chip that also generates a code, when the codes match then the car opens.


The recent advancements in “always on” key fobs facilitating keyless entry, opens up a whole new vulnerability in vehicle security. The way keyless entry works is that as long as your car keys are within range, anyone can walk up to your car and open the door, that’s why newer vehicles won’t communicate with the fob until you are about a foot away. Criminals are now able to get hold of a signal amplifier that can pick up signals generated by car keys from up to 300 feet away and then transmit them to your car. Basically, this means that even if your keys are safe or securely locked in your house, these criminals can still walk straight up to your car, open it, and simply drive away.


A quick search on you tube and you can see how common this type of theft is.




This type of signal amplifying isn’t unique to car keys, anything with an RFID chip can be manipulated in the same way, bank cards, oyster cards etc.


One quick and relatively cost-effective solution is to invest in an RFID blocking pouch or wallet.





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Simply place your key fob into the convenient pouch and the signal is blocked, you can test this by pressing the buttons through the pouch and the car will not unlock. An example of these pouches can be found on our website. This a very simple and cost-effective solution to a problem which is fast becoming more and more common place.


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