- Report: #715146
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Complaint Review: Vancouver Mobile Locksmith Ltd.
Vancouver Mobile Locksmith Ltd.3007-108 W Cordova Street Vancouver, British Columbia United States of America
Vancouver Mobile Locksmith Ltd. Robson Locksmith Vancouver Mobile Locksmith Ltd Unlicensed Locksmith Company Vancouver, British Columbia
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Terry Whin-Yates and Ken Lapp HOW TO REPORT
Vancouver Mobile Locksmith Ltd. is an Unlicensed Locksmith and Locksmith Business in British Columbia, Canada.
Vancouver Mobile Locksmith Ltd. has no BC Locksmith Business License and Colin EVANS does not have a valid BC Locksmith License or even a BC Security Guard License
Robson Locksmith is also unlicensed http://www.robsonlocksmith.info/
Protect yourself, you can "Verify Locksmith Security Business licence" at the following BC Government site:
Also, you can file a complaint to the Registrar of Security Programs and Police Division. The complaint process can be used to report unlicensed companies and locksmiths.
Complaint Process How to file a complaint against a Security Licensee
Vancouver Mobile Locksmith Ltd. andRobson Locksmith has no BC Locksmith Business License and Colin EVANS does not have a valid BC Locksmith License or even a BC Security Guard License
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/07/2011 02:33 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Vancouver-Mobile-Locksmith-Ltd/Vancouver-British-Columbia-V6B-0G5/Vancouver-Mobile-Locksmith-Ltd-Robson-Locksmith-Vancouver-Mobile-Locksmith-Ltd-Unlicensed-715146. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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