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Honest locksmith GSW combats rip-offs with precaution



22.11.2019 14:26:48 - GSW's renowned security expert Thomas Ernst warns of the black sheep in his industry.

(live-PR.com) - Time and again, Viennese citizens are victims of rip-offs. The recent case cost the victim almost 3,000 euros.

Here are the details:

The Viennese citizen Jasvir S. locked himself out of his apartment and contacted a locksmith. This person netted 1,400 euros and cashed twice on one
Prank.

Jasvir S. (40) from Vienna-Brigittenau recently had double bad luck: At first, his apartment door slammed

 

shut. "A gust of wind has unfortunately made it
and gone was the key, "he says.

Then, at the very end of his nerves, he contacted a locksmith number he found on Google's search engine. Immediately craftsmen came and opened
the door. After that, they put a hefty bill. The men demanded once for unlocking the horrendous amount of 1,400 euros.
Jasvir was under pressure to pay with his debit card. The scammers used their mobile card device and then specify that the debit card
did not work.

Under enormous pressure, Jasvir pulled his second credit card. The amount of 1,400 euros was charged twice - a total of 2,800 euros.
Only after the debit of a bank account, the citizen found that he had been cheated.

But the alleged scammers are gone, desperate calls end in a call center.

GSW's renowned security expert Thomas Ernst warns of the black sheep in his industry. Unfortunately, poor Viennese citizens
are more and more victims of certain frauds who discredited our profession. That's why worried guarantors should always have one
note with the contact details of a reputable locksmith - such as GSW - carry with them, similar to the emergency numbers of police, doctors and firefighters,
to be prepared in case of emergency. Ernst knows, afterwards you are always smarter, but unfortunately it is too late:
"Here only clever provision helps thanks to our honest fixed price guarantee and a telephone number of our reputable key service GSW."

The website www.guenstiger-schluesseldienst-wien.at is visited by many concerned Viennese citizens on a daily basis to learn more about home protection and security in a troubled environment. Especially since the number of home invasions in Vienna has reached a peak level and is still growing. Older people in their villas made frightening expierences with kidnappers, burglars and thieves from Eastern Europe and even Asia, i.e. from Serbia, Romania, Albania, Afghanistan and Russia.

Security experts estimate that the number of home invasions will still increase in the next months. Therefore the need for perfect but affordable security systems is on a record level too. "Now you can get a perfect security key system for just a few Bucks", says keymaker Thomas Ernst, owner of the company GSW from Vienna, Austria,

Flashback: Since the German chancellor Angela Merkel granted illegal immigrants an uncontrolled access to the EU the criminal activities mainly in Germany and Austria have risen to a record level. Especially burglars and thieves were flooding the homes of normal Viennese citizens. Very often they could not afford to have a perfect but expensive security system.

."I have been working with security systems and keys for many years, and over the years I have felt the desire to offer these perfect security systems for a really affordable price and make them work for normal citizens", Thomas Ernst comments on his passion for security.


Therefore the potential victims must rely on a better equipment.


GSW has been the leading security and technology company in Central and Eastern Europe for 3 decades. Careful work, reasonable prices as well as reliability and fast help in case of emergency distinguish us. That's why we are Krone Hit Partnerhandwerker 2017!
The company has been run by entrepreneur Thomas Ernst for decades.


Internet:

www.guenstiger-schluesseldienst-wien.at


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GSW

Phone: +43664 132 95 56
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Web: http://www.guenstiger-schluesseldienst-wien.at



 

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