I received a call late last evening form David requesting my service to locate his lost wedding band at the neighbourhood playground while he was play with his children. I scheduled a meeting with him at 8:30 am this morning. David told me how his ring flew off his finger and he spent a lot of time in the immediate area searching for his ring in the sand with no luck at all. With my experience and of past searches I knew his ring had to be within six feet from the immediate area.
Within five minutes of meeting David, I found his ring and he couldn’t believe that his ring flew that far from the area he was initially looking at.
David was very happy to have his ring back on his finger, thank you David.
Another Happy Client.
I received a call from Nick this morning requesting my service to locate his wife’s ring which she lost the previous day while she was working at the Amphitheatre in Hawrelak park. Knowing the area very well I knew this was going to be a challenge namely because this area is full of pull tabs from all the performances that are held there, I agreed to meet Nick and Shea at the park at 1:30 pm.
As expected my first solid ring tone was a pull tab and many more after that, but about one and half hours of searching the hill I received a strong signal and a light tone in the background and there was Shea’s ring just visible under the grass. I called them both over and asked them if this was their ring.
Shea told me that the ring was given to her by her grandmother as a wedding gift ten years ago and she was very grateful to have her ring back on her finger.
Thank you Nick and Shea for entrusting me to find your lost ring.
Another happy client.
Received a call from Erica around 12:15 this afternoon she sounded very distraught, Erica asked me if it was possible for me to find her platinum diamond ring she just lost this morning while planting her garden I told her I would be there within the hour.
I meet Erica and her husband Jim at their home, Erica immediately showed me where she was working and planting shrubs in the back yard after checking the yard for clues as to where the ring could possibly be I scanned her flower beds and shrubs, with a corner of my eye I spotted her ring laying in the grass beside one of her shrub she just planted.
I called Erica over and asked her is this your ring? I can tell you she was one happy Lady she told me the ring has never been off her finger for the past 15 years until today.
Another Happy Client! Thank you Erica and Jim for allowing me to find your lost ring.
I was checking my emails early Saturday morning when I found that Louis had sent me an email at 11:30pm Friday night. He had lost a ring at the beach and wanted to know if I could help him find it.
I immediately sent him a reply asking him to call me as soon as possible, it was going to be a big day for beach goers. I still had no idea of what beach or when and how it was lost. I waited for his call curious about which beach the lost ring could be. If I could get on the road before 9am., I could get to most the beaches before people started laying out their beach towels and umbrellas.
Just about 8am Louis called giving me the information I needed to get on the road. He had been at San Clemente beach pier surfing with some friends Friday about 7pm. He had wrapped his wedding band in his shirt leaving it on the beach with his towel.. When they came in his friend picked up the shirt and the ring disappeared in the sand. Louis verbally gave me the location so I took off to claim the search area.
Louis was across town on the west side of Los Angeles. He said he would be driving to meet me but it was maybe an hour and a half drive. I arrived San Clemente Pier and started gridding in front of the landmarks that Louis gave me. It wasn’t long before the ring showed up in my sand scoop. I took a picture of it sending it to Louis in a text message.
When Louis showed up he praised me telling me that I may have save his marriage. I know he was joking but I’m sure it makes life better not to have to tell your spouse that your ring is lost forever. It was another good day for all. “TheRingFinders Rule”.
Monday 7-27-15 morning I had an email from Brandon inquiring about the cost of my service. He mentioned that he had lost a platinum wedding band ten days ago in the sand. The family had spent the evening at the beach enjoying a fire on the beach. When they packed up to leave he noticed his ring was missing. The beach closes at 10pm. Figuring it was lost forever in the sand they went home.
After ten days Brandon thought that there might be a chance to find it with a metal detector. His search online brought up TheRingFinders.com
After exchanging a couple emails Brandon said he had to work , but Isaac could meet me at Doheny State Beach. It was near noon when I arrived. Isaac was there to show me the general location telling me that they had stayed most the night in the small area. Fire rings are usually littered with small metal trash which may have been a factor that kept the ring from being found by other detectorists. I set up to dig all metal trash and it wasn’t long till the ring was in my scoop along with a pull tab and a few rocks.
After returning the ring to Isaac I spent a couple hours detecting. I realized how lucky we were on this recovery. There were signs of a recent metal detectorist working these tables and fire rings. The lifeguard told me this beach has several guys working the fire pits every couple days. They missed this one for 10 days. Reminding me not to give up. I’ll try Anywhere.