How to tell if a locksmith is not a scam - By Adam Johnson Total Security VT
We hear of a lot of scenarios where people are trying to break into cars. They may claim that they are a locksmith but there are ways for you to determine if they are telling you the truth or not. Total Security Inc. is a locksmith company that are honest locksmith professionals that will be at your service call promptly. These locksmiths are aware that there are people in this world who are scammers that claim to be locksmiths.
Here are a few tips that will help guide you to find the real locksmiths to come and help you unlock your personal items.
Most people will end up on Google searching locksmith companies in their area. Once you find the locksmith company that is closest to their location you should refer to their phone number that is provided. When you call the locksmiths that will be your first clue as to whether or not they are a fake company. It is important to pay close attention to the way that they answer the phone. The greetings of a typical locksmith scam would be a basic greeting. That means that they would not state their name, the name of the company, and then a message along the lines of How may I help you today? If they fail to state their businesses name even after you confirm it with them to make sure that you have reached scam company.
The charges that you will be responsible for are one of the most important things that you need to verify with the locksmith. Be sure to ask about any hidden fees so that you are not surprised with the bill when you get it. Some locksmith companies have a charge for an emergency unlock. There are also locksmiths that may have certain fees for the amount of miles that they will travel to come to your location. It is important to make sure that you ask all of these questions so that you do not get caught up in a scam when it comes time to pay for your locksmith services. An honest locksmith company will inform you right up front what you will be charged and what each charge is for.
Proper locksmith identification should be asked for upon arrival at your location. Locksmiths are required to carry identification that indicates to the customers who sent them to your location and their names. There are certain states that require their locksmiths to have a license to work as a locksmith within that state. If a locksmith refuses to show you any of these forms of identification then you should remove yourself from that situation as soon as possible.
If you have verified that the locksmith company has passed all of these standards than you are in good hands of a legitimate locksmith. It is always important to have a little background knowledge about something when you are going to be paying someone else for a service. Total Security Inc. will be at your service when you are in need of help.
Adam B. Johnson
Total Security Inc
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