AUSTIN, TX, November 24, 2016 /24-7PressRelease/
-- During the busiest travel season of the year, LostAndFound.com provides consumers with the only dedicated lost and found travel service for the recovery of personal property and pets. Using the the travel section on the lost reporting page, LostAndFound.com provides the only network to publish lost reports at every step of the trip. Whether departure, layover, arrival, or airline, anything reported lost can be seen locally to enable recovery. In addition, users can elect to use the matching service to monitor new found listings in any locality traveled.
James Robson, Marketing Associate, states, "Because anything reported found is reported where it is found, travelers often lose out from recovering their property. The LostAndFound.com proprietary technology helps solve this dilemma by publishing lost information at every step of the trip. For example, a lost phone listing can be seen at the New York, Dallas, and San Francisco Airport venue pages respectively, thereby allowing any local recovery person to see the relevant listing."
In addition to the travel section, LostAndFound.com provides indivdual airports, airlines, transit systems, bus and rail stations with individual venue pages to help facilitate the recovery process. We encourage all of these users to claim their venue page, and begin receiving our lost and found notifications.
Finally, we encourage users to download the LostAndFound.com App at www.lostandfound.com/app
LostAndFound.com (The Internet Lost and Found (ILF)) offers visitors a convenient, one-stop source for the exchange of lost and found information including the most comprehensive online database of lost and found pet and property listings, photos, resources, advice, and support tools, on the internet. LostAndFound.com offers this information on a local, national and international basis. It features a variety of categories and services that aim to provide users with the necessary tools (some of which are uniquely suited to the Internet) for the effective communication of lost and found information.