DO NOT USE THEM! CHARGED 150.00 for a two minute job of unlocking my vehicle door! The guy kept telling me my insurance would reimburse me and that not many people were aware that insurances reimburse upto 2 lockouts a year!! LIES unless its in your policy!! STAY AWAY!
STAY AWAY! I had two comercial locks replaced, On the first one Ran used sheetrock screws in a metal door when the original screws fell out. The second lock fell appart within a month. Unable to get him to replace the lock even thou it has a 'Lifetime' Manufactures Warrenty.
Locksmiths are doing good job, securing people and unlock them when they need.
By th e way, tremendous blog!
Run the other way....
Stumbled across this place from a web search. I learned a very valuable (not to mention costly) lesson. DO YOUR RESEARCH!
I called them for an estimate on getting a lock re-keyed, was told something very reasonable-sounding over the phone, but when they came to my home, they said they needed a key or it would cost $170 to pick the lock. I just moved in and didn't have one and they never mentioned it before. Then they said it was a premium lock (that retails "upwards of $400" which is a blatant lie) and would cost $65-$75 to re-key, the story kept changing. I felt like I was getting ripped off so I looked elsewhere and miraculously found a reputable shop that charged a mere $15 for my so-called "premium" lock. And a key was NOT needed.
And, oh by the way, I owed these guys both a service fee AND cancelation fee. For absolutely nothing. The biggest red flag was when they told us they don't accept checks. What a bunch of sheisters.
denver locksmith. Great blog i really like this thanks for shearing.
Needed an ignition lock replaced on my car. Quoted $150 on the phone. Total cost was $300 because the lock needed drilling and replacement. Guy was nice but didn't speak English very well, which made it hard to understand the charges and what exactly he was doing.
While drilling out the lock he damaged the key transponder receiver. The guy apparently went to the junk yard and got a replacement. After finishing there was a dremel head and large amounts of shavings and metal chunks on the floor.
Car starts now, and the cost sounds a little higher than average for this.
Best of the Best. Best of the Best I called to unlock my car and he came right away and picked the lock in a sec! i even got 10% off for my coupon, gotta know who to go:)
Good Experience. had a good experience with this company!! This company did an excellent job for me when they changed my locks for me. I would use them again.,.. and again....
Expensive and Rude. I wish I could give them 0 stars because 1 star is giving them too much credit. I locked my keys in my car. When they came I was informed that it would be $150. That's about $100 more that most locksmiths charge but I was in a hurry and since he was already there I was stuck..... Anyway, I got home and was feeling like I got completely ripped off. When I told people how much I paid they couldn't believe it so I called the shop to express my frustration. The phone was answered by someone who barely spoke English. After several attempts to understand what he was saying I asked if there was someone there who spoke better English, to which he replied (in English...the only words I could understand) "No, we all speak Spanish here." It would have been cheaper for me to break the window of my car and get that fixed rather than call these guys.
thanks guy. I was in Denver for a visit and got locked out my rental car,got 303 locksmith to get me back into my car.Thanks for fast response!
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