- Land/Shallow Water Search
Cost For My Service
I work on a Reward Basis...that means you pay me what you can afford and what its worth to you for me to find your lost ring. If the item isn't found there will be a call out fee of $20 to cover my gas expenses.
Beaches, parks, lakes & yards and water (up to 5 feet) anywhere that is accessible.
Saginaw and the surrounding areas.
Rick Magyar's Bio
I am a retired telephone worker. I've been detecting for 15 years and would like to help people find their lost valuables...I look forward to helping you find what you thought was lost forever.
Rick Magyar - Recent Blog Posts
Merril Michigan (2016)
I received a call from Tracy around 10: am this morning, about a lost engagement ring in her back yard. Judy ( my wife ) and I took the half hour drive to Tracy’s home. Tracy told me she and her boyfriend had bought a metal detector to search for the ring but without any […]
Vishwas and Ghavna were having a picnic at a Grand Blanc park. Their daughter Sheel and friends were having a water balloon fight. When done, Sheel realized her 18k gold ring was gone. After many people spent a great deal of time looking , Vishwas called The Ring Finders and Gregg Larabel referred him to […]
Cory came to Michigan from Seattle Washington, for a bridal shower. After the shower he and some friends went into the Grand River in Dimondale to cool off. Coming out of the water he lost his ring, an heirloom ring, he received the day before. I received a call from Jake, his brother-in-law, and spent […]
Mike went to his mother-in-laws home to remove some seaweed. In doing so, he lost his wedding ring. His wife contacted me by email at Rick.Magyar@TheRingFinders.com and Mike called to set up a time. We met in Midland Mi. and took a short drive to the location. Within a short time the ring was located […]
7/12 2015 Lee took his family camping and in the afternoon they went to the beach to have some fun. Lee began to throw his kids in the water. Lee came out of the water and realized his wedding ring was gone. Two days later, Judy (my wife} and I were trying out my new […]