150 W Northwest Hwy, Grapevine, TX | Directions 7605132.941060 -97.078835
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How to notice a scammer locksmith:
1. If they answer the phone call with, "Service, how can I help you," they are a scammer. A true locksmith will give you the company name and personal name like a company employee should.
2. If they show up in an unmarked vehicle with no company logos on the vehicle or their clothing. Plus they must have a license # on the side of the vehicle, i.e. #B9873947.
3. If they quote you something like, $20 to unlock your car, then tack on service fees, labor, time, etc. etc. etc. then they might be a scammer. A real locksmith would discuss the total cost over the phone before they come to you.
4. If you ask to see their locksmith license and they can't show it to you, then they are scammers.
I stepped outside to take the trash out and I locked the door behind me out of instinct. Luckily I had my phone in my pocket or else I would have had to ask my neighbors to use their phone! I looked up locksmiths in this area and I found this place as the best in town. I gave them a call and they showed up in 20 minutes! No time at all! Thanks!
Made my day better! – My crazy ex girlfriend stole my keys and locked me out of my apartment. So there I was stuck in the rain without a way back into my place, I called these guys and they showed up in about 20 minutes!!
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