Spare keys or Lost car keys
This one was Written in by Dillon of philadelphia. He says,
First off, for all you lost car keys fans in Philadelphia, let me make this perfectly clear: I am not a thug, gangster, or a slacker. I work every day, and have ten years on my current job, and the Lost keys at the Car Key shop group is new to me. I just had a run-in with the law, and the law won. Here is what happened. I sell cars as a part-time job, just for a little extra cash. I have had dozens of satisfied customers until just last week. I bought a car for $300, and sold it to a guy for $300. He didn’t have much money, and I hadn’t done any work on the car. So I told him it was an as-is sale, and that I couldn’t give any guarantee on the condition of the vehicle. He agreed, checked it out, and left pleased. And then, three weeks later, the engine died. He started calling me every day, hassling me, and even showed up at my job. Then, he called the police on me, saying I had a gun and that I had threatened him. Next thing I know, the police stop me in the street, and I spend three days in jail on a humbug! After my release, I get back all my personal belongings except my car keys. That’s all right, I thought. I’m not the only one to have lost car keys.
When I get out, the first thing I do is return to the scene of the crime to get my car towed home and arrange for new car keys. I ask the tow truck guy to suggest a locksmith to make me a new key. He says, “Look up the car key shop in Philadelphia on Google at http://www.carkeylocksmithphiladelphia.com.” When I phone him at (215)407-5942, I like the way the guy sounds on the phone, so I book the job. It’s raining cats and dogs when the guy shows up, but he gets it in anyway. After about an hour and a half, he calls me out to try the new car keys. “That was pretty quick,” I thought, “especially since my car is a Cadillac with a chip and all.” We talk for a few minutes, and he suggests that I get an extra car key made. No, buddy, too many bad memories, and besides, with the cops and a disgruntled customer knowing my car, this is going to be my next sale. As far as the Lost Car Keys guy, he was an ace. You do good work, buddy! Thanks a lot. — Dillon from Philly, and if anybody out there wants to buy a Caddy, I’ll even throw in an extra set of car keys!
Lost Car Keys Made in Philadelphia by The Car Key Shop