Cost For My Service
I work on a reward basis, that means you pay what its worth to you and what you can afford to have me find your lost ring. I have a call out fee of $25 for some areas if the ring is not found, this covers my fuel expenses. We can discuss this when you call. If there is scuba diving involved (typically this is not necessary), there will be a nominal fee to cover the expense of tank fills, and logistics.
Beaches, Parks, Lakes, Yards. I am fully equipped for underwater scuba.
Stuart, Hutchinson Island, Port St. Lucie, Jupiter, Jensen Beach, Juno Beach, Palm Beach, Lake Worth, Lantana, Highland Beach, Briny Breezes, Gulf Stream, Delray Beach, Boynton Beach, Boca Raton, Ft. Lauderdale, Lauderdale By The Sea, Deerfield Beach, Wellington, Royal Palm Beach, Greenacres, Hillsborough Beach
Brian Feeny's Bio
I am a digging/hunting maniac. I have a lot of experience and the stamina to walk, dig, battle the surf, swim, whatever it takes for long periods at a time. I am extremely tenacious……..if the ring is there, I will find it! I love helping others find there lost items.
Brian Feeny - Recent Blog Posts
RingFinder Relay! (2016)
New Years Day, 1/1/16, I got a call from John Volek, a Ring Finder out of Houston, TX. He was contacted by a couple out of Pompano Beach who lost a Rolex in the intracoastal! He asked if I was setup to dive, and I replied I was. I went out to the site and […]
Ring Recovery for Snowbird (2016)
Got a call on 2/13/16. Michael had been walking not he beach, and his ring came off. He knew the exact area it had come off, and established a perimeter of cones. This was at Juno Beach, one of my favorite beaches in Palm Beach County. I was in Loxahatchee at the time, so the […]
I got a frantic call yesterday. A man described how his wife had lost her $12,000 Tiffany engagement ring on the beach! The couple had just been married hours earlier He was so distraught he said he can’t even go look for it he is sick to his stomach. I told him I would be […]
Crystal Recovery (2015)
I saw an ad on Craigslist that Jesse had lost his crystal necklace (quartz). It was a rather large piece of quartz, about two inches in length. I started several communications with Jesse because I needed to know details: Which beach entrance did you go in? Where were you sitting? Did you go in the […]
As a Ring Finder, I get some unusual requests for lost items. Last week I got a request from a young lady who’s mother had lost her dentures. She was at the back bar, on the beach, at a very nice resort in Palm Beach. She had fainted and when she came to, she was […]