Lost Diamond Ring in Chilliwack BC, found in snow.

from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)
Contact: 1-778-838-3463

Call Chris Turner ASAP and find your ring!!! 1-778-838-3463 www.TheRingFinders.com

I received a text message late last night saying that a lady had lost her diamond ring in the snow and was wondering if I could help her find it. I text her back right away and asked if she could call me, the next morning at 8 AM I got the call. We talked about the search and much like my last 4 unsuccessful searches she didn’t know when the ring came off her finger. The other thing was that she was wearing gloves. I asked if she remembered taking the gloves off and she remembered two places the gloves came off. I asked where she lived and it was far…1 1/2 hour drive each way. We arrange a meeting for 10:30 am and the roads were good.

When I got there I asked the young lady where she took her glasses off and we decided to search the closest to her home where her son had to go to the washroom. Her and her husband had taken a tiger torch and melted the snow around that area…It only took a few minutes before I got a great signal, I move the snow and saw a beautiful diamond ring! I love my job, I love helping people find what they thought was lost forever. I was just as happy as she was when I saw that ring, if I hadn’t found it, it would’ve been a very long sad drive home.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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5 Replies to “Lost Diamond Ring in Chilliwack BC, found in snow.”

  1. Ken Dewerson says:

    Chris
    Good job on the Chilliwack call.
    How do you charge for a call that is over 1 hour drive?
    I charge a basic estimated gas fee, I dont count the time spent. Then if found on a gratuity basis.
    If item not found I dont expect a gratuity, sometimes I do and it covers my time.
    I have a call in Salmon Arm. a 2 hour drive one way.
    I am waiting for the now to melt a little, 2 feet of snow is hard work, and a risky drive.
    If you were me, what would you charge for the Salmon Arm call?
    I know what you mean about the drive home after an unsuccessful search.
    Thanks Ken

  2. Chris Turner says:

    I charge a gas fee of $40 to Chilliwack if the item isn’t found. The Reward was very nice for this recovery. Just make sure that you cover you gas if the item isn’t found as we don’t charge for our time…You should never be out of pocket for helping someone.

  3. Griff (member in France) says:

    Nice find…an end to the dry spell…hopefully. Chris, it appears that Canada is getting hit harder with heavy snowfall this year. Am I correct? Keep up the good work!!!

    1. Christopher Turner says:

      For us its always the same…A few days of snow shuts down our city than it warms up and its gone. Other parts of Canada have been very very bad this year.

  4. Christopher Turner says:

    For us its always the same…A few days of snow shuts down our city than it warms up and its gone. Other parts of Canada have been very very bad this year.

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