- Land/Shallow Water Search
Cost For My Service
I work on a voluntary reward basis if the lost item is recovered (reward amount based on what you think is fair and can afford for me to travel, locate and return your treasured item). If the search is unsuccessful, I ask for a small fee of $30 to help cover travel costs. A generous portion of any reward money will be donated to my church or the Crohns & Colitis Foundation. For extended searches or for property markers, fee's and expenses can be negotiated. I do not charge a call out fee for Law Enforcement evidence recovery, or for Veterans.
I will search all year in all types of terrain such as yards, wooded areas, fields, beaches, public parks provided I am given permission, and water up to 4 feet in depth, and snow. If your lost item is located on private property, I require proper permission is obtained by you from the property owner prior to conducting the search.
Central and Eastern Pennsylvania but will travel anywhere I am needed.
Tracy Santee's Bio
I am retired Air Force and available to assist you in your search almost any time of the week, so call or email as soon as possible. I have enjoyed helping people throughout my career as a paramedic and manager of a youth Christian camp. Now I am turning my metal detecting hobby into helping people find their lost items. The biggest reward is to see someones expression light up when you return something they thought was lost forever. Metal detecting offers a great way to meet some of the nicest people, enjoy the great outdoors and get exercise. I love searching for old coins and historic relics which peak into our American history.
Tracy Santee - Recent Blog Post
After a long winter season, I am excited to get back to metal detecting. While doing some research this winter, I came across the RingFinders.com website. After reviewing the service, I immediately knew I had to join. Because I thoroughly enjoy making people happy and I have been metal detecting for years, I knew this […]