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Lost Key Summerlea Neighborhood, Edmonton Alberta

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Devon contact me requesting my service to locate his lost key to his car which he explained that he parked his car in his parking spot and dropped the one and only key to his car! 2 days ago somewhere between his car and house. Devon searched but he was unsuccessful in locating it in the snow.

I met Devon at his house he showed me where his car is parked and the area he walked to his house I found his key about 6 feet from his parked car! Devon was very grateful to have his one and only key back in his had. I asked Devon why does he not have an extra key cut? he told me that his car is discontinued and its a big hassle from GM to get a new key cut and programed.

Thank you Devon.

Kia Key fob Lost! Oxford Neighborhood, N/E Edmonton. Alberta

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I received a call from Chantel on Thursday requesting my service to locate her lost Kia key fob and house keys in her back yard or in neighbor’s yard. She explained that her five year old daughter had them and was playing with them in the back yard. The keys had been missing for all most two weeks and Chantel spent many hours looking for them with no luck. I told Chantel that since we have been in a very cold spell in the -40 Celsius for the past week, her keys were safe. I told her I would search on Saturday morning as the weather was going to be a little warmer at -26 and we both agreed.
I arrived at her residence at 10 am! Chantel showed me her back yard which was a small yard and explained that her daughter was playing and throwing the keys around the yard and that there was a possibility that they could also be in the next door neighbor’s yard. I did a thorough search but no keys were found so, with permission, I went to both neighbors’ yards and still no keys were found. Chantel was giving up so I said that they had to be here somewhere! In the corner of her neighbor’s yard was a garden shed and I asked Chantel if she had a ladder so I could check the roof of the shed. Bingo, there were the keys.
As we all know! Key fobs are very expensive to replace. Chantel was very happy to have her keys back.

14k Wedding Ring Lost in Parking Lot, Edmonton Alberta.

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I received a text from Phil on Wednesday afternoon requesting my service to locate his lost wedding ring which he lost on Tuesday evening.
I called Phil and explained to him I was out doing another ring search and asked him if I could call him back once I was done with that search and that was ok by him.
I meet up with Phil at the parking lot and he explained to me what happened. He was helping his co-worker dig out his car which was stuck in a snow rut by pushing back and forth and throwing gravel for traction. Once the car was freed from the rut Phil realized his ring was missing. Someone suggested scooping up the snow and carrying it to the basement to melt which he did and he had a large pile. He must have done dozens of trips down to the basement. Then a co-worker suggested there had to be a better way to find a ring and suggested a metal detector. He googled and found me! I searched the pile of snow in the basement but no ring to be found. I headed out to the parking lot and searched the immediate area where the car was but again no ring was found. I searched further out from the immediate area and found the ring approximately 15 feet out of the search area.
Thank you Phil for entrusting me to locate your lost ring! Another very happy and grateful Client!

18k Virgin Mary Pendant Lost! On a Football Field, Edmonton Alberta

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Joven called me the other day around 9:00 pm asking if it was possible for me to assist him to locate a pendant which was lost while he was playing rugby! while he was tackling the other player he felt his chain get snagged of his neck and the pendent flew off somewhere. Joven and his coach search for it with no luck.

I meet Joven around 9:30 pm on the field he showed me the area that he felt the chain fell off, within one hour his pendent was back in his hand.

As always where your client tells you he thinks and shows you the area which he lost it! its never there. I always look outside of the box and 90% of the time I’m correct!

Another happy client.

 

Lost Earring Twin Brooks Neighborhood, Edmonton Alberta Canada

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Renn called me on Wednesday September 23 requesting my service to locate his eleven year old daughter earring which was lost at her grand parents back yard! Renn told me that the earring was very sentimental to her, she had cried for a couple of days they had spent hours racking and searching for this tine earring with no luck, after asking Renn a few questions I agreed to do a search on Friday morning.

I arrived at 9:30 am within forty five minutes I found the earring in the meddle of the yard and not they area where Renn thought the Earring was lost I knocked on the back door and showed his parents the earring they could not believe that I found the earring considering the yard was huge and the leaves are falling making it difficult to find the earring .

Thank you Renn for entrusting me to locate and return your daughters earring.

White Gold Diamond Pendent Necklace Found Terwillegar Neighborhood, Edmonton Alberta.

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I received a text from Preena on Tuesday inquiring what I charged to find a diamond necklace lost in a back yard.  When I spoke with Preena, she informed me that her daughter was attending her graduation party in a friends back garden.  After asking Preena many questions I agreed to meet up with her the next day.

When I met Preena at the house and she showed me pictures of her daughter with and without the necklace on her!  Preena said that the had searched the back garden with out any luck, and I reassured Preena if the neckless was lost in the garden I would find it!

It took me over one hour to locate the necklace.  Preena was grateful to have the necklace back as the necklace was very sentimental to her.   It was gifted to her by her husband when her third child was born.  Preena had given the necklace to her eldest daughter on her graduation day.

Another happy Client.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

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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.

Wedding Band Lost Lacombe Park St. Albert. Alberta Canada

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I received a call from Chris this morning around 8 am requesting my service to locate his lost wedding band. Chris had been throwing snow on his windshield to clean it when he heard a ping  hit the hood of his car.  He realized that it was his ring that had flown off his finger.  Chris and his wife looked for the ring but could not find it, and Chris told me he was about to give up on finding  it when someone contacted him and passed on my name.   He didn’t hesitate to call.

I met up with him around 9:30 am and within 10 minutes Chris had his ring back on his finger. That sure made his day.

Thank you Chris.

Lost Key Fob Terwillegar Park Edmonton, Alberta

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Received an e-mail from Curt yesterday afternoon requesting my service to locate his lost house keys and car fob while he was walking his dogs at the park. Yesterday Edmonton was under heavy snow fall warning around 8 inches had fallen which made locating his keys very difficult to find for Curt.

Curt had to walked home, he googled to rent a metal detector and found my Blog page, I called Curt I told him I would meet him at the park within the hour.  Meet up with Curt at the park I asked him when he noticed the keys where missing he told me he had walked approximetly 1/2 a mile into the park he took his gloves out of his pocket and that’s when he realised the keys where gone, I told Curt that would be a good place to start searching with in ten minutes I found his Keys Curt was very happy to have them back in his hand, We all know how expensive those Key Fob are to replace! Thank you Curt.

Another Happy Client.

Lost Wedding Ring While Hunting In Parkland County, Alberta

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I received a call from Steve on Saturday asking for my assistance to locate his white gold ring which had been lost in the bush while hunting.  Steve explained that while he was driving out of the bush he got his truck stuck axel deep in muskeg, and had to be pulled out by the landowner.  When he realized his ring was missing  he went back home to get a metal detector.  Steve checked the location he thought the ring was in and after a couple of hours he gave up. He searched the internet on how to find rings and came upon my article in a newspaper and gave me a call.

Since the ring was lost on private land I told Steve I required permission to search his land.  Yesterday we got the ok to search, but in the mean time it had rained and snowed and the temperature had dropped to -28 Celsius over night.  I told Steve I would meet him in the afternoon as the weather was supposed to warm up to -7 Celsius.

When I met up with Steve at the location where he thought the ring was lost I was glad it had snowed the night before as it gave me an advantage to locate the ring.  I was able to track my foot steps and after about 2 hrs of searching the area with no luck Steve was getting very discouraged  and thought  the ring may have been carried away by his truck tires  somewhere else,  and that it  was pointless continuing the search.  I told Steve that he gives up to soon and told him that  if the ring is near, I will find it.

As dusk was fast approaching,  again Steve wanted to call it quits.  I told him I would get my other detector and do a quick search of the area.  I asked Steve to recall the last time he saw his ring and he told me that he had his hand in the mud and had shaken  his hand near the rear tire.

I expanded my search to about 20 feet from where the truck had been stuck, and heard Steve say ” it’s not here”,  then I heard the sweet tone of my detector!  The expression on Steve’s face was unbelievable.   He was so grateful to have his ring back on his finger.

Thank you Steve.