With constant bag losses and theft at airports, it becomes a frustrating part of traveling. What do you do to keep track of them? How can you find out where they are and what REALLY happened to them?
Well there is a way!
The Luggage Tracking Card by Trace Me is a credit card sized tag that has a unique serial number and bar code that you have to attach to your luggage. To activate the code, you have to go online and put in all your details for the particular bag you want to register.
Once you activate your code and place the tag on your suitcase it is now recognizable by EVERY single airline and airport in the world! All your details are now part of a huge data base used by airlines, law enforcement agencies, lost luggage and baggage handling offices across the globe.
As of right now, I haven’t lost any luggage but feel totally safe that it’s registered with the Luggage Tracking Card. This is one investment that you need to make!
But those aren’t the only benefits and reasons:
As well as registering your luggage on Trace Me Luggage Tracker. Trace Me works outside airlines too. They are part of Immobilise THE WORLDS BIGGEST PROPERTY OWNERSHIP Register. The public can Register any item of property free of charge on Immobilize which gives you the ability to access the information you may need in the future to complete accurate crime and insurance reports, as well as allowing you to create certificates of keepership for each item with all the relevant details recorded.
Unique members of Immobilize can place any stolen or lost item directly on the global Police stolen property database and the global second hand trade stolen goods register. These systems called NMPR and CheckMEND are checked over a million times a month by law enforcement, the second-hand trade and the public in Europe America and Asia.
This makes it harder for a thief to dispose of stolen goods and greatly increases the chances of them being identified. It also leads to a huge number of items being identified as stolen and being returned to their owner.
Thanks John Crosland for sending me this amazing tag!
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