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This true story is about a woman stranded in a Wal-mart parking lot, who first phoned a rip off locksmith (who had a really thick foreign accent) and was told that the “labor” to get her back into her truck “started at $35 ” and they could be there in 15 minutes.
The woman gave them her location information, and then waited 20 minutes. After 20 minutes a different man (again, a thick foreign accent) was rude and told her she was not waiting long and he would be there in about 30 minutes.
Wow. What a way to treat a customer stranded in a parking lot!
This woman started to get a bad feeling and then phoned The Lock Lady Locksmith who gave her a flat rate for service and a 15 minute arrival time; showed up on time and opened her truck for the price she quoted.
The woman had cancelled the previous company, and immediately, different men from different phones began further harassing this woman! These men (all with thick accents) telling her she was going to “get f**ked!” “I’m showing up b***h and you will pay me!” Understandably, the woman was really frazzled. This company is so awful and corrupt that one cannot understand even what company they are calling into because the phone numbers are all different. They charge outrageous prices when they finally arrive to you too.
Currently, there are no Arizona laws that protect the public from these types of corrupt locksmiths.
For a lock out situation, a professional locksmith should be able, after a few questions, give you a firm, flat rate to come get you into your car. The flat rate, the way The Lock Lady does business, is based on the type of vehicle, home, or building she has to open, where you are stranded, and the circumstances of your situation.
This story is a true story and you can see the post from the customer on www.facebook.com/locklady. The Lock Lady Locksmith offers a consultative approach for all her customers professionally based on their unique situations. For the past eight years, she has thrived on referrals from her long term client base. And if you are anywhere in our metro area and need a locksmith in Phoenix, just call The Lock Lady at ASAP Lock & Security for fair, prompt and professional service.
Mesa Locksmith Laura Cordovano of ASAP Lock and Security, was hired to secure a triplex in the Phoenix valley, got a big…well, little surprise. After gaining access to one of the units, she saw a young Chihuahua in the dark. This pup had food and water, so someone knew of it, last tenant maybe, or whomever had keys, but unbeknownst to the landlord, this apartment was being used as housing for a displaced puppy. This is why ALL property owners need to rekey ASAP! This locksmith in Phoenix valley known as “The Lock Lady” has a big heart, and took the dog home and to the vet. The pup has been adopted by Locksmith Laura. A happy ending for this story, but it could have been much more than a displaced pup found in an empty rental unit. Rekey your property as soon as tenants turn over. Contact ASAP for all your commercial or rental building rekeys or repairs.
FOX NEWS Last Night. Gilbert, Arizona new property owners moved into their new home..WITHOUT RE-KEYING THEIR PROPERTY. They were robbed so badly, the criminals even took their furniture AND their 2 year old’s clothes. PLEASE, call ASAP to re-key your Gilbert home as soon as you take possession. Our ASAP Gilbert locksmith service is available seven days a week.
ASAP Lock & Security customers arrive via phone call to discuss how recently a family member or a friend was ripped off by a locksmith. It’s very sad to continue to see articles in the New York Times still commenting about locksmith fraud. Here in the Phoenix valley professional locksmith az is unfortunately, hard to find. One of the reasons is due to lack of state licensing for Arizona locksmiths. Please let’s not get into criticizing the great state of Arizona. There are only 13 states in the US that license locksmiths. California is one of them. I know a very professional locksmith in California that informs me all the time that locksmiths pose as licensed, when they are not. Simple fact is that you can pass licensing in a state, but what good is it if it is not enforced? For your protection, as a consumer, bottom line is this, for professional locksmith service, call now and interview who you would want to do business with if the time ever came for you to call on an Arizona locksmith. Hey, ask for me! My name is Laura, I own ASAP Lock & Security, and I can attest and I have many client testimonials too who can say without a doubt, I am a talented, honest and professional Arizona locksmith and reputable business owner. Let me help you and I certainly appreciate my loyal customers.
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