Roseville Lock and Safe Locksmith st paul Minnesota Review

We locked ourselves out of our car today and had to call a locksmith. We found one that was in the same city as us thinking that would save us some money. We were totally ripped off. The “locksmith”” that showed up bearly spoke enough english for us to understand him. So when we starting asking why it was going to cost us 185.00 for 5 minutes of his time we were unsure of his answer as it was in broken engligh. He unlocked the car in less than 5 minutes and then charged our credit card 185.00. We thought the guy was ripping us off so we called the company back. We spoke with Amanda and gave her a scenario and asked for a quote. She said it would be about 50.00. We then asked her why we were charged 185.00 and she said we would have to speak to the manager that was convienently not in the office to speak with us. Amanda said he would call us back but he didnt’. We called about two hours later and were transferred to David the manager/owner. He asked for our last name and said he would call us back. He never did of course and when we called back to talk to him he would’t even get on the phone to talk to us. What kind of a company is this guy running?? I hope no one ever has to deal with these guys. We are going to stop payment on our credit card as this is just ridiculous.”

1897 Glenpaul Ave Roseville, Minnesota USA



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