Convenient Payments for
Convenient Locksmith Service.

No Insult to Injury!

Locking the keys inside your car is frustrating enough! Having to track down an ATM to pay a locksmith only adds to the headache! We accept a variety of payments for our locksmith services, that are not limited to just cash and checks, so settling up is a breeze! If you have not yet spoken to a representative, please do so before paying by calling 205-400-8233 and letting us know you wish to pay with one of the following options:

 

Returned checks will incur an additional $35.00 fee and reported as check fraud after 7 days of non payment.

 

Payment is due at the time of dispatch for all locksmith services. Unless your service requires parts, payment will not be collected until the technician arrives on-site with you. Orders that require parts may require a deposit to be made. Any calls not cancelled prior to a technician arriving on site may result in the caller being responsible for 50 % of the originally agreed to amount.

Business / Commercial account clients may sign up for invoicing on a case by case basis.

 

Theft Of Services Notice:

(a) A person commits the crime of theft of services if:(1) He intentionally obtains services known by him to be available only for compensation by deception, threat, false token or other means to avoid payment for the services;  or

(2) Having control over the disposition of services of others to which he is not entitled, he knowingly diverts those services to his own benefit or to the benefit of another not entitled thereto.

(b) “Services” includes but is not necessarily limited to labor, professional services, transportation, telephone or other public services, accommodation in motels, hotels, restaurants or elsewhere, admission to exhibitions, computer services and the supplying of equipment for use.

(c) Where compensation for services is ordinarily paid immediately upon the rendering of them, as in the case of motels, hotels, restaurants and the like, absconding without payment or bona fide offer to pay is prima facie evidence under subsection (a) that the services were obtained by deception.

(d) If services are obtained under subdivision (a) (1) from a hotel, motel, inn, restaurant or cafe, no prosecution can be commenced after 120 days from the time of the offense.