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Keys locked in car? Need a locksmith? Beware of the online 24 hour locksmith bait-and-switch scammers operating near Charlotte, North Carolina and the surrounding areas.
They are usually Locksmith Directories and/or out of state 24-Hour Locksmith Dispatch call centers operating in the Carolina’s.
How It Works? “Bait and Switch”
If you are locked out of your car or home, read this before calling anyone. Watch out for the Cheap Locksmith or 24 Hour Locksmith Scam. Hundreds of Charlotte residents are being victimized daily.
Finding an honest and reputable locksmith online, it’s like finding a needle in a haystack. Don’t get us wrong, most of the locksmiths are honest out there, but this scam is growing as you read this warning.
How To Avoid Being Scammed
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This is a classic scam on Google and Yelp! “Bait and Switch” scheme. When you call for a cheap locksmith service.
If the cheap locksmith you found online answers your call for service with a generic expression such as “locksmith services,” be very wary. If they can’t give you a specific business name, look for a different one.
The locksmith scam works like this: You need a locksmith and find an ad for a technician advertising services for only “$15, $19, $25, etc”. You hire them, but at the end of their service you’re charged bunch of hidden charges and/or fees.
When you try to claim they say the $? is just the callout charge and doesn’t include the labor. However, this labor suddenly becomes much more “complicated” than should be. They act like they’re breaking into Fort Knox.
If you refuse to pay, they will threaten to call the Police and even have the guts to ask you to go to an ATM to get cash out. There are cases when crooks even charge over $500.