Hello, I’m Nathan, and I’ll be assisting you today. My livelihood depends on your positive feedback, so your satisfaction is my highest priority.
Sorry to hear you’re having trouble.
These safes were designed to be pick resistant against common tools. You would need special lock pick tools and corresponding training, it is not a simple 123 process.
A locksmith could open it for you.
Otherwise, what you'll need to do is fill out a form, have it notarized (to prove ownership) then send it in (along with a check) to Sentry. They'll mail you back the original keys.
You can get the form here: https://www.sentrysafe.com/Content/pdfs/NotaryForm.pdf
There are instructions on it for sending the info in by mail, or you can pay the fee online and fax/email the form after it is notarized.
I'm sorry there is not a quicker resolution possible, this process is in place to ensure security, so that not just anyone could get a code or key to your safe.
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