Local cable station had an undercover consumer report exposing crooked
What a riot!
Toyota Camry 4 door with the key in the ignition owner "locked out".
Roadside assistance (they didn't say who) sends a Locksmith, NOT a dragon
wagon, but a Locksmith. They hid the company name on his van, but it did
He quoted her $140 to open the door.
He arrives on site, looking like he just rolled out of a flophouse.
The lady (really a reporter) has to keep asking him to repeat himself
because he doesn't seem to be speaking English. Phrases/words like
"yooose" "we is" "I is" and so forth seem to be a staple of his vocabulary.
I got the feeling he knew his sister very well.
I also notice she (the reporter) keeps her distance, more than likely
because the stench of the smith is unbearable.
So anyway he starts to work on the
door which is really funny because
the idiot never bothered to check
to see if any of the other doors
In fact the passenger rear door WAS
unlocked and the reporter brought
this to his attention after he
unlocked the car (50 minutes BTW
with a Pro-Lok kit) this boy must
have been very dense.
When confronted with the evidence the smith
says "you should have told me the door was
couldn't believe that one.....
An owner locked out of her apartment on the
ground floor of a garden apartment complex.
Smith arrives and totally ignores the fact that
the window to his left is completely open, no
screen, nothing. Oh he glances at it and
smiles, but never offers to climb into it or even point it out.
Charges her $210 to drill out the locks and
then gives her his card so he can sell her
This guy just left when confronted with the
fact that he was caught.
There you have it.
Locksmiths in action.
And I used to think insurance salesmen and used
car dealers were crooks......
Personally, I wonder if these guys were really
I think they were just brain dead, like most
We should never lame the retarded because they
can't help themselves.