Rocklin Locksmith Service Endorses Important Tips by National Locksmith Association
Rocklin locksmith service provider CRS Locksmith endorses and shares key tips given by the Associated Locksmiths of America.
Rocklin locksmith service provider CRS Locksmith Service endorses tips by the ALOA.
CRS Locksmith service is registered with the Associated Locksmiths of America
CRS Locksmith Services: Home and Auto Locksmiths
The locksmith company in Rocklin explains that they understand that people calling for emergency locksmith service are often at their most vulnerable point. Therefore, their service they provide is valuable. However, several mobile locksmiths take wrongful advantage of these calling clients and use predatory approaches, like changing the quote after the fact or intimidation.
CRS Locksmith (http://www.RocklinLocksmith.com) also warns that not all locksmiths are professional. Unqualified locksmiths might use techniques that create unnecessary damage to a client’s vehicle or home. Since most people calling do not have the background, they cannot identify whether the locksmith they hired is using professional lock picking techniques or simply just faking their way through the job at the client’s expense.
The ALOA recently gave some tips, which this Rocklin service provider endorses:
1. Check Their License. In the state of California, locksmiths are required to be licensed. Therefore, CRS Locksmiths suggests that clients ask to see a locksmith’s license.
2. Find a Locksmith Company in Advance. The Rocklin locksmith agrees that most people do not realize they need a locksmith until they know they need one. However, the company suggests that people search out professional, reputable locksmiths in advance when they have clear minds versus when situations require calling for emergency locksmith service.
3. Know the Price before Work Begins. This licensed locksmith service provider suggests that clients confirm the price in writing before having the home or car locksmith do any service work. Otherwise, a client loses whatever negotiation power he or she might have.
4. Read the Fine Print on the Receipt. CRS Locksmiths emphatically supports the ALOA’s suggestion of getting a receipt in advance of the work being done and reading the fine print on that receipt. They suggest that clients make sure that signed locksmith work agreements includes information about terms, service guarantees, and what will happen in the event of property damage resulting from the work.
5. Use Credit Cards—Not Cash. This Rocklin locksmith service acknowledges that they like cash as much as any other business; however, they endorse the ALOA’s position on the safety issues surrounding cash. They warn that a reputable locksmith company will be able to accept credit cards. A locksmith service provider that only accepts cash is likely not a legitimate operation.
The ALOA is a non-profit organization that attempts to provide standards for businesses within the locksmith service industry. They help legitimate businesses separate themselves from the frauds or those run by unqualified providers. They realize that this ultimately helps the consumer, who does not always have the experience to defend himself.
About CRS Locksmiths: CRS Locksmiths services Rocklin, Sacramento, and the northeastern suburban Sacramento Area. They are licensed by the Associated Locksmiths of America (ALOA), verifiable by the State of California Department of Consumer Affairs Bureau of Security of Investigative Services. CRS Locksmiths provides locksmith service for cars, trucks, vans, motorcycles, houses, apartments, office buildings, warehouses, boats, and more. For more information, call (916) 930-6500 or visit http://www.RocklinLocksmith.com.
Tel: (916) 930-6500
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