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Report: #1502759

Complaint Review: Yuval Green - San Diego California

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  • Yuval Green 6302 Rancho Mission Rd San Diego, California United States

Yuval Green Dr. Lock Mr.Keys San Diego drlocksd.com 6193920847 7606137267 Clock.sd@gmail.com 247sandiegolocksmith.com Changed all of my home's locks San Diego California

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Yuval Greennothing more than a thief. I hired him to change all of my deadbolts and locks at my home (9 total). After his work was completed I noticed that the locks he used were not brand new like he charged me. I paid $1475 for a bunch of used locks. When I tried contacting him he kept assuring me they were new and he would provide me with receipts matching the serial numbers on the locks themselves as proof. This was all a big lie. After the third time he had to reschedule I gave up. He also only provided me with one set of keys instead of the 2 sets each new lock comes with.

The fact that he purposely kept a set of my keys has caused me anxiety behind belief. He has now blocked my number. Coincidently I noticed multiple valuables that have gone missing the past 2 weeks from my guest house. The guesthouse is inside my gated home and no signs of forced entry are visible. I will be filing a police report and will dedicate all of my energy to warn people to stay away from this criminal.

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AUTHOR: Robert - (United States)

POSTED: Friday, December 11, 2020

Your obvious complaint is about the cost and type of lock, which may or may not be a valid complaint. However, when you add in all of your "extra" complaints to try and make this person look as bad as possible it actually destroys your credibility.

If the intention of this LOCKSMITH was to break into your house, why would they need to keep the extra set of keys?  As a LOCKSMITH couldn't he have just made a duplicate of the keys and give you two sets making you oblivious to the fact he has another set?

You seem to take these "missing valuables" quite nonchalantly.  For most people if they noticed things missing the first thing they would do is contact law enforcement. Yet instead of that, you seem to figure you would go on the Internet first and when you have time perhaps you will file a Police Report. By the way how many years of experience do you have in law enforcement and criminal investigations that you were able to determine there was no forced entry and determine this person is the guilty party?

Just from the brief comments about your house, we can figure this isn't some 1 bedroom fixer-upper. Where there is a very high likelihood that you have some sort of security or alarm system. So what did the security cameras pick up? 

 

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