- Land/Shallow Water Search
Cost For My Service
I work on a "Reward Basis" that means you pay what it is worth to you and what you can afford to have me find your lost item...24/7 service available most of the time...20% of my reward goes to local Children's Hospital.
I have a call out fee of $20 for some areas if the item is not found, this covers my fuel and vehicle expenses.
We can discuss this when you call.
Anything having a metal content lost on Beaches, Parks, Private Property, Shallow water, for private property permission to enter and search will need to be obtained by you before I can proceed.
Greater Inland Empire, and surrounding counties S.B, OC, LA, SD.
Max Langeveld's Bio
I am retired from public service, which allows me to search at all hours if needed.
Have excellent equipment to get the JOB done, and LOVE what I'm doing to reconnect you with "that" which you thought was lost forever.
Max Langeveld - Recent Blog Post
October Find (2017)
Received a call for assistance from Riverside Treasure Hunting Club, Riverside CA, who was contacted by a local citizen in distress. Thomas was cleaning the backyard and putting leaves and cuttings into the garbage cans, Thomas while putting the items in the cans thought he heard something metallic hit the concrete in front of him, […]
Another Wedding Ring FOUND! (2017)
Received a call today from a distressed young man in Bloomington CA, he stated that during a quarrel he threw his spouse wedding ring approximately 10 ft, and the ring then bounced of the car door into 3-4 ” inch high grass. A search was undertaken by the couple after the incident and the grass […]
Riverside County member of “The Ring Finders” recovers your lost items,ranging from Jewelry,Rings,Keys,Phones,Anything containing metal. (2017)
I’m available most of the time, since I retired from public service. Searching for lost items, in and around Riverside County, and or neighbor Counties (LA, SB, SD) is a hobby of mine and I have been successful in doing so. Feel free to contact me if you have lost something, willing to go the […]
Received a call today from a young man out of Covina, wanting to know if I was available for service. Turns out that the young man lost his wedding ring after an anger outburst, at which time he took of his ring and used his strong arm to threw it across a 2 lane street, […]
Max Langeveld - Testimonials
A long drive, but a great outcome! (2018)
On Tuesday, July 3rd, at about 4:50 p.m., I got a call from Max asking if I could assist him with a search for a lady’s ring up in Hesperia. Max explained that he received a call from the husband who sounded a bit frantic, saying his wife couldn’t find her wedding rings (a 3-piece set). He explained that his wife was not feeling good on Saturday and had taken some Nyquil and then proceeded to change their baby daughter. That’s the last time she remembers having her rings.
So I met Max at Bass Pro Shop in Rancho Cucamonga and we carpooled up to the house. We were met by a young couple, Kyle and Jennifer. Jennifer explained basically the same as her husband had said and added that since Saturday, they have torn the house apart looking for them, even cutting open the bottom cover on their sofa. They had family members and friends come over to help search. We found out later that Kyle went out and bought a metal detector to help with the search, but he couldn’t quite understand how to work it.
We walked through the house with Jennifer, retracing her steps from Saturday. Max asked if the trash was still available and it was. Thinking Jennifer may have accidently dropped her rings when she was changing the baby, Max asked if the baby’s soiled diapers were bagged “like a sausage” in a plastic bag (Max knew this term from being a grandparent. I’m a grandparent but couldn’t remember from 10 years back!). So knowing the house was thoroughly checked, Max chose to start with the trash. They had 2 trash cans, one with just cut grass. So Max tipped over the trash and pulled the “sausage” bag out. We proceeded to go over each individual “present” with metal detector and pinpointer. Nothing. Max grabbed the shovel laying there and started taking a shovel full of trash and putting it in a wheelbarrow that was there and we started going through the papers, containers, boxes, etc., transferring it to the grass can. We were almost to the bottom of the can, still not finding them, when suddenly Max spotted one of the outer narrow bands in with the styrofoam container with what appeared to be breakfast leftovers in the wheelbarrow. As he picked it up, I noticed the main ring nearby, and with the moving of more breakfast, Max found the 3rd and final band. Needless to say Jennifer was elated and Kyle was relieved! A long drive, but a great outcome!