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Lost wedding band in Stevensville, MI

from Grand Rapids (Michigan, United States)
Contact: 1-616-406-6653

Driving home from Chicago I received a cell call from Kurt D. who lost his wedding ring. He said he lived in Stevensville, Mi and I told him I just past a few miles from there on my way back to Grand Rapids.

Kurt lost his ring in the basement of his duplex. He had placed it on a towel while doing something and when he grabbed the towel the ring popped off and landed somewhere in the basement. He heard it ting when it hit the floor but could not find it after searching for hours. Kurt went and rented a metal detector to no avail. He searched the Internet for lost rings and found theringfinders and my name.

I called him on Sunday night when I got home and discussed his problem and how he searched but could not find the ring. We discussed the $50 travel expense and said I would be coming down the following Friday. I then told him I could save him $50 if he followed a few directions for another search of his basement.

I suggested that he clear one side of the basement and then search all the cracks and crevaces, then go to the other side of the basement and take one item at a time, search through it and then place it in the cleared out area. After that is done look up in the floor joyces to see if it lodged up there some place. Finally check around the furnace and air ducts and any other fixtures in the basement.

The next day, (Monday), Kurt texted me and said ” I’m delighted to tell you my beloved wife and her friend actually took your advice and found the ring while I was at work. lol”  ” Thank you so, so, so much for your tme and most importantly your expertise”. He told everyone at work what happened and if anyone ever needed a Ring Finder we have one at our disposal.

So another happy husband reunited with his wedding band  sans metal detector and  physical presence of the RINGFINDER.

Sewer Cover find in Kings Park

from Suffolk County (New York, United States)
Contact: 1-516-526-4888

Surprise call today. A call from Joe asking if I could help him locate the sewer covers for his cesspools. He knew about where they were but not surer how deep. He had a metal detector from a friend and just could not get it to work.  I meet him at 2 PM and spoke about the possible locations for the two covers. They are make of steel and in a parking lot. I found the first about 10 inch below the gravel. After more than an hour and a half in the 32 degree weather. We called it quits. Joe thanked me for coming over with no notic and in the freezing cold. Thank you Joe for the gratuity.

Found Wedding Ring Ottawa / Trouvé Bague Marriage a Ottawa

from Gatineau (Quebec, Canada)
Contact: 1-819 639 4908

On the evening of friday the 13th, Pat carried the christmas tree outside  to put it out for the trash, while we removing his glove, with a flicking of the hand his wedding band flew off into the snowbank. Soon afterward the snowplow went by. Pat and his wife started to scoop the snow and bringing it inside to melt it. After a few hours of  melting snow Pat decided to Google a professional, and this is when he called me late last night. After speaking on the phone I assured him that he was in good hands, and that I was going to meet up the following day between 9h30 and 10h00. I arrived at Pat’s home and he showed me where the ring was lost. Pat had shoveled the snow and made a pile in his driveway. I decided to search the snow pile spreaded across the laneway,  well my gut feeling was right, swinging the coil and about 45 seconds later the sound of gold rang through my headset, it said about 4 inches in the snow, I pulled out my pinpointer and searched the snow, there shining and held with a chunk of snow glistened a mens white gold ring. Pat was extremely happy and gave me a huge bear hug. I love what I do and this passionate hobby. If you know anyone who lost a ring or something valuable, call the best Ring Finder around Stephane the Ring Finder 819-332-3116 or send me a message at Stephane.Philippe@TheRingFinder.com I use a White’s XLT for my ring searches please visit www.whiteselectronics.com for great detectors and accessories.

 

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Dans la soirée du vendredi 13, Pat a transporté l’arbre de Noël à l’extérieur pour la  mettre au poubelle,en enlevant son gant, avec un coups sec en secouant sa main la bague est sorti de sont doigt et a été projeté dans le banc de neige. Peu de temps après le chasse-neige est passé par la. Pat et son épouse ont commencé à ramasser la neige et amener à faire fondre à l’intérieur. Après quelques heures a fondre la neige a l’interieur Pat a decider de chercher un professionelle sur Google et ma trouvé sur le site des Ring Finders et m’a appelé tard hier soir. Après avoir parlé sur le téléphone, je lui a assuré qu’il était en de bonnes mains et que j’allais rencontrer le lendemain entre 9 h 30 et 10 h 00. Je suis arrivé à la maison de Pat et il m’a montré où l’anneau a été perdu. J’ai décidé de chercher le tas de neige répandu à travers sont entrer de cours, mon ame me disait de cherchez immediatement le tas de neige. environ 45 secondes plus tard, le bruit de l’or sonne par le biais de mon casque, la machine me disait environ 4 pouces dans la neige, j’ai retiré mon outil de recherche et fouillé la neige, la brillant et tenue avec un morceau de neige scintillée un anneau d’or blanc. Pat a été extrêmement heureux m’a donné un énorme caresse. J’aime ce que je fais et ce passe-temps passionné. Si vous connaissez quelqu’un qui a perdu un anneau ou quelque chose de précieux, appelez le meilleur chercheur d’anneau autour de Stéphane 819-332-3116 ou m’envoyer un message à Stephane.Philippe@TheRingFinder.com

Lost Wedding Ring in San Antonio,Texas

from San Antonio (Texas, United States)
Contact: 1-210-286-8593

Hello my name is Jocelyn Ronan and I joined The Ring Finders Directory to help people in San Antonio and the surrounding area who have lost their rings and other jewelry.

If you need help finding something you thought was lost forever please call me ASAP.

 

When you want your lost ring to Find you!

 

Jocelyn Ronan

 

 

Lost Ring in Victoria, BC… Found!

from Victoria (British Columbia, Canada)
Contact: 1-250-361-8666

December 30th 2011,

I received a phone call from Kevan J. who has only been married since May of this year,  7 months and while playing wth his dog he lost his wedding ring. After a grid search in his back yard I found his ring.  One very happy man!

 

Recovered Ring

 

 

Mystery ring

from New South Wales (Australia)
Contact: 0405 779977

All I had at the start of this search was a second hand lost ring story and a rough search area on an island at Wallis Lake in Forster NSW.

The ring had been lost by a group who had hired a boat earlier that day and the search area was described as “somewhere over there in the water near that sign”.

What made it worth having a go was the sea grass bed which defined the seaward limit of the search area and a vague description of where the people were seen to have been searching and reports that they had been searching in knee-deep water about two hours earlier. Objects lost in water are less likely to be “accidentally” found so the odds for success were good.

Work commitments prevented me searching until late the next day but after about forty minutes, two lead sinkers, a bottle top, the top of an old aluminium can and a few startled sting rays the ring was in the scoop just after dark. That’s one of the great things about what we do; when you think about it, there is no great need for light once your search area is set up.

The ring was white gold with a small diamond with no inscription.

That was challenge one completed but challenge two was locating the ring’s owner. With some assistance from a very helpful boat hire company and a local Council Ranger, the ring’s owner was found. The next day the ring was picked up from my office so I never met Wade (ring owner) but the irony of the name and the fact that his wedding  ring was lost in knee-deep water didn’t escape me.

Nick

 

 

 

Lost Your Ring / Jewelry Etc. ? I Can Help You .. Raleigh / Anywhere, North Carolina.

from Hillsborough (North Carolina, United States)
Contact: 1-919-539-5048

Hello my name is Michael Gaskin and I joined The Ring Finders Directory to help people find their lost jewelry.

If you lost your wedding ring at the beach, park or your own back yard, please call me and I’ll help you find what you thought was lost forever.

I will not be close to a computer so please call my cell number…919-539-5048

I’m willing to travel most anywhere to get to you! But my gas expense must be covered. I work on a reward basis…

Helping your lost ring Find you!!

 

Lost Jewelry ,Woonsocket, Rhode Island,

from Woonsocket (Rhode Island, United States)
Contact: 1-401-225-5770

 Hi!  My name is Gary Bonin, and I joined The Ring Finders Directory to help people find their lost jewelry at beaches, parks, lakes, and yards.  If you’ve lost something special and need it found, call me.  I can help you find it.  I work on a reward basis if the item is found, 20% of which is donated to the Make-A-Wish Foundation of RI.  I do ask for a call-out fee of $25 just to cover my gas, up to 50 miles.  For more information, please contact me.

Gold Rush in Maple Ridge BC / Huge Gold Rings…Found

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

Happy Holidays Everyone!

Its been a while and yesterday afternoon I was out doing some Christmas shopping with my brother who is from California when I received a call from a young lady. She said that her father had lost his ring. She ask me a few questions and said that her dad would give me a call.

I got the call minutes later and the man went on to tell me that he had lost 4 huge rings at his job site, they had dropped out of his pocket because the zipper broke. You could image how upsetting that would be as he wasn’t sure where they had fell out…I was excited to get out there and search for his rings but I had Christmas shopping to do so I rushed around and got it done and shot out to Maple Ridge to help find the rings.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I got to the job site at 5:30 pm and we talked about the possibilities of where he thought the rings could be, he told me that he spent 6 hours the day before searching and sifting the dirt for the rings and 4 hours the next day. He called his daughter and asked her to search the internet to see if there was anyone out there with a metal detector that could help… She found ”The Ring Finders”

I turned on my trusted Whites XLT and it was going crazy with the power line directly above me. I quickly went back to my truck and took out my new Whites V3i and set up the frequency and was able to program the detector to cancel out about 80% of the interference from the power lines above me.

After about 30 minutes the young man jumped into his backhoe and started to level out a big pile of sand so I could check it out and while he was doing that I went to another area where I got a good signal and started to dig…

Ring #1

 

 

 

What a sight to see when this came out of the dirt! We were very excited and hopeful that the rest would be close bye…

Ring#2

Only a yard away from the first ring…I knew the rest would show up close bye…

 

Ring #3

These were very large and heavy rings!

Ring#4

This was the biggest ring and what a great feeling to find all 4 rings, he said Christmas came early for him! I have to say that was fun! I think I found more gold then those guys from that reality show called Alaska ”Gold Rush”

Thanks for the kind reward!

I Love my Job!

Lost something? Call me ASAP! I’ll help you find it.

You can watch the video of the search below…

Lost Platinum Wedding Band Recovered in Laurel, Maryland!

from Baltimore (Maryland, United States)
Contact: 1-410-215-7826

People say things like, “three is the charm” and “things come in threes”. If you are a hockey fan like myself you are familiar with the term “Hat Trick”. Any way you put it, it rang true today! I was able to help my third person this year by recovering his lost ring. Speaking of threes, all were platinum wedding rings!

I was contacted by Adam earlier in the week through thefingfinders.com. We made arrangements to……..actually, let Adam tell you in his own words!

In December of 2011, I lost my platinum wedding ring while rough-housing with our 2 dogs in our back yard. I felt my ring slide off of my finger and thought I heard it fall into leaves a few feet away. My wife and  I searched the area on our hands and knees for the next several hours without any luck. We even bought a cheap metal detector to aid our search but couldn’t find it.

I decided to search the internet to see if platinum could actually be detected and came across Jim’s blog.  My wife was skeptical, but I figured it was worth a shot and sent Jim an email to see if he could help. From this point forward I do not have enough positive things to say about Jim. He responded to my email within 20 minutes and was very responsive in all of our exchanges afterwards.

Unfortunately I cannot say the same thing about myself. We had agreed to meet up at 5:00pm. I had trouble leaving work and showed up 10 minutes late. It was dark and slightly rainy but by the time I arrived Jim had already found my ring !

Thanks so much !

-Adam