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Lost Gold Diamond Ring! Royal Gardens Neighborhood, Edmonton Alberta.

from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)
Contact: 1-780-497-2118

Ken emailed me last evening requesting my service to locate his ring which he had lost a week ago at a pickleball court. I emailed him back to have him call me to get more information on his loss.

Ken told me the ring was handed down to him by his mother and had been his father’s ring.  As it was very sentimental to him, Ken spent hours looking for the ring with no luck and had even put a poster up along the court hoping that someone would find it.

Six days had passed and it had still not been found. A friends wife suggested that he contact me through the Ring Finders website.

She told him if someone could find the ring it would be Norm.  At first Ken was reluctant to call but a day later decided that he had nothing to lose. Ken contacted me and we agreed to meet at 4:00 pm today at the court.

At the pickleball court Ken explained to me that once they came off the court,  there was a table set up with hand sanitizer. The sanitizer was very oily and he had walked onto a patch of grass while rubbing his hands together.  This is the area he thought his ring had fallen off, he searched for it and  even had the maintenance man cut the grass with no ring in sight.

With all the players at the court that day and all the gatherings around the table Ken’s ring had been stepped on which made it impossible to see with a naked eye.  It took me less than three minute to have Ken’s ring back on his finger.

Thank you Ken for entrusting me to find your late fathers ring.

Another Very Very Happy Client.

Lost Car Keys! Hermitage Park, NE Edmonton Alberta.

from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)
Contact: 1-780-497-2118

    

I received a call from Carol requesting my service to find her car keys lost in the tall grass at Hermitage Park. Carol told me how she lost her keys while cutting across green space the grass is about three feet high and very dense which made it hard for her to locate her keys.
Carol and her friend had spent several hours searching with no luck. It was apparent that the keys had to be found because they were the only keys she had for her car and her car was in the parking lot which she would have had a hefty towing bill plus a new set of keys and we all know how costly that could be.
When I met up with Carol she showed me the location where she thought the keys could be. The area was approximately 250’ x 100’ feet of tall vegetation so I was able to follow the trampled path which Carol told me she had taken.
After three and a half hours Carol conceded that her keys could not be found or someone had picked them up. Carol said she was going home, I told her I would continue to search and after about 15 minutes I found her keys outside the search area. I called Carol to tell her the good news.
I must say this search was one of the hardest I’ve done in years and the moral of the story is never give up until you have exhausted all your search area.
Another happy client.