- Report: #998891
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Complaint Review: Your Local Locksmith
Your Local LocksmithAtlanta, Georgia United States of America
Your Local Locksmith Atlanta Locksmith Online / (770) 380-2375 Charged for Breaking and Entering Atlanta, Georgia
A phone call was placed to Your Local Locksmith on Sunday, June 24th, where the above situation was fully described. It was explained that a supervisor would be returning the call on Monday, June 25th. On Monday, July 9th, another call was made to Your Local Locksmith, re-explaining the situation. Neither phone call was returned. A third call was made later on July 9th, where it was explained that an email needed to be submitted for a supervisor to respond to this request. To date, no response has been made by (either) Your Local Locksmith (or Atlanta Locksmith Online) to any of my attempts for resolution or to the Better Business Bureau. This site was recommended today, which is why I am filing this report.
The consistently unanswered issues that have been repeatedly explained regarding Your Local Locksmith is that proper information was not provided PRIOR to services rendered. If it had been explained that there were different costs associated with different methods for opening the door, then an informed decision could have been made about whether or not to allow the technician to proceed.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/17/2013 09:05 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Your-Local-Locksmith/Atlanta-Georgia-/Your-Local-Locksmith-Atlanta-Locksmith-Online-770-380-2375-Charged-for-Breaking-and-En-998891. 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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