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Report: #1492295

Complaint Review: Pop A Lock San Antonio - Lafayette LA

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  • Reported By: William — San Antonio TX United States
  • Pop A Lock San Antonio 1018 Harding Street Lafayette, LA United States

Pop A Lock San Antonio Quote for $19 + up to $40. Billed for $182. Lafayette LA

*Consumer Comment: Are you sure it was Pop-A-Lock?

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Called Pop A Lock San Antonio phone number listed on their website. The dispatcher quoted a price of $19 trip charge plus up to $40 to unlock a Honda Accord.

Technician arrived and unlocked the car in a few minutes then submitted an invoice for $182 ($95 car unlock, $55 tools and labor, $19 trip, plus tax)

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#1 Consumer Comment

Are you sure it was Pop-A-Lock?

AUTHOR: FloridaNative - (United States)

POSTED: Thursday, February 27, 2020

I ask that because there are locksmith services that piggyback off names and addresses all over the country and they will send out an unmarked vehicle (no name on the truck or car) and they charge an outrageous amount well over the quoted price. Search for locksmith scam. It's everywhere and it works just like you described. 

 

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