SendMeHome.com launches the world's first free lost and found recovery service.
Through the SendMeHome.com website, users are able to register their valuables which are each given a unique ID code. The user can then write this code on the item, print free labels, or order professional labels.
Should the item ever be lost, the SendMeHome.com website allows the owner to communicate anonymously with anyone who may find it in order to arrange its return.
SendMeHome.com will save users millions of dollars by facilitating the safe return of the masses of lost property that accumulates each year in public areas such as airports and shopping malls.
Last year alone, Transport for London collected 148,000 lost items ranging from 14,000 mobile phones, to a single lawnmower.
In 2006, roughly 12,000 items, including 1,800 bicycles, were left on city buses in Los Angeles.
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