No Licensed Locksmith will work for $15, $20, or $25

Unlicensed "locksmiths" and others who claim to be able to unlock cars, replace locks, perform security audits, etc. might be running a scam. It's important to be safe and protect your family. When you need locksmith services, ALWAYS ask to see their license. After all, it's the law!

We built this website to give credit to legitimate locksmiths after hearing complaints from our neighbors and friends.

The list is small now, but we're growing every day! If you'd like to be added to the list, please contact with your name, locksmith license number, and contact information.

Need a locksmith? Take a look at our network of honest, legitimate locksmiths below:

Need upfront, honest prices, with integrity and advice on your security, auto, home, or commercial locksmith needs? Need a state licensed company with an actual local address and a locally owned and operated business? Take a look at the services below:

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Read Our Top 7 Ways To Hire a Real Local Oklahoma City Locksmith:

Many shady out of town companies operate in OKC posing as "locksmith services". Avoid being scammed and get informed. Locksmiths on this website are fully Oklahoma state compliant, licensed, bonded and insured local companies you can really trust in any locksmith emergency. No company paid endorsements here, so you can trust what you are reading. No locksmith companies on this website have ever paid to be included on this website-Inclusion is by invitation only, and at the sole discretion of the website owner.

Need to find a locksmith who is truly local, licensed and affordable? Want to avoid the pitfalls of "locksmith" ripoffs in OKC?

Our Top 7 Tips to choose a Oklahoma City licensed locksmith:

1. Locate a locksmith Before you need one, and keep their number in your phone. Remember-All Oklahoma locksmiths Must have both a company license and a personal locksmith license-ask for it!

2. Read as many reviews as possible on BBB's website, Angie's List, YP.com, Yelp and more before deciding to hire. Many fake companies write their own reviews, so go back as far as possible to see real customer reviews. We've seen over 3,000 reviews for fake companies-most local companies only have three to nine reviews by actual customers.

3. Verify the companies name, location if possible (some locksmiths are mobile only, and will say so if asked), the company's Oklahoma locksmith license, insurance and business license. Locksmith shops often charge more than "mobile only" locksmiths, so expect to pay $10.00-$20.00 more per service call or lockout.

4. Ask for a total price before you hire-estimates should be very close to what you will actually pay, and nearly exact on lockout services of any kind.

5. Look for company signage, business cards, invoices and a uniformed employee to show up for the job. Most locksmiths have a van for obvious reasons, not a car. Ask for their full name and if you suspect, you're being scammed, get a license plate number, description of the car and the tech's full name. Be sure to get an invoice-it's the only proof you paid for services at all.

6. If you feel unsafe, you need to call the police-do not give into pressure to pay more than was quoted by the dispatcher or locksmith prior to their arrival, especially for lock outs.

7. Legitimate companies accept most checks, credit cards and cash-not cash only, or checks made out to the individual person.



Who is Oklahoma Licensed Locksmiths.com?



A list of locally operated and owned Oklahoma state licensed, locksmiths listed by company in the Oklahoma City area.

Each company listed on this website has been verified as Oklahoma state licensed, bonded, insured, locally owned and operated with fair and sound business practices, and zero BBB complaints for at least one year.

Companies are not paying to be on this list, and it is by invitation and positive verification that they are included.

This site was created as a service to OKC consumers to inform them as to who is actually Oklahoma licensed by the state to do locksmith work in Oklahoma City, and more.

All combined, many different fictitious companies posing as 'locksmith services' rip off both consumers and locksmiths in Oklahoma City, for millions in made up costs and lost business each year-We locksmiths are seeking to keep the integrity and sound business practices known in our trade. To that end, Oklahoma Licensed Locksmiths.com was created.

Our Mission is to educate consumers on the challenges of finding a legitimate, truly local, and Oklahoma state licensed locksmith company, and to help avoid the traps of 'out of town', illegal and immoral locksmiths who prey on consumers who lock themselves out or have a locksmith emergency.