Well, I am waiting...............


This is a deadbolt lock on a door.The lock is shiny brass and kinda small. I think it is a mortise lock. I had the key the other day, but I lost it. Before that happened, I did try to have an extra made, but the guys at Wal-Mart and Home Depot just nodded their heads and told me "Sorry Sir-You should probably call a Locksmith".

It was kind of a funny-looking key-oval-shaped head-no numbers on it. The key has teeth on one side, and it is smooth on the other side. But "GL4839" is stamped on the lock. I probably could drill it, but I might tear up the whole door.

My brother-in-law is on vacation right now and he owes me some money. I need your help!!!

I need to get in quickly!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Yes I should have, but that would cost money, which I just don't have because my bro-in-law did'nt pay me yet-Actually I was not in the right place at the right time. I think my bro-in-law had a locksmith put in this lock for him, But this one guy posted that he is giving out free bitting info.

This poster acted like a nice guy.He mentioned us that are not financially able to buy our own code software.I believe he even called me a "rational person". But maybe his trial version is up.Or maybe he is just blowing bubbles.

Hmmm, maybe I should just call my bro-in-law.And then he could call the locksmith. And I am sure that locksmith could cut a key from that code. Sounds better that depending on Mr. FreeBit BlowHard!!!!!


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goma865 trolled:

Codes aren't used on those type of locks. Even your retard industry isn't that stupid.

Now troll troll troll your boat down another stream.................

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