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Lost Wedding Band Found By Matt St.Germain Aka Jersey Shore Lost Ring Finder Mantaloking NJ

from Seaside Heights (New Jersey, United States)
Contact: 1-732-581-0285

Last night around 10:30pm I received an email from Dan. While he was at the beach yesterday he went for a swim during high tide. On his way back in he was hit by a wave and his platinum wedding band slipped off into the surf. Luckily he recorded GPS coordinates where he was at the time. I went there this morning during low tide and using his coordinates on my phone I was able to get to the right area. Once I got into position I began to grid search the slope and within 20mins I had it in my scoop! It had already sank about 8-10 inches! I sent Dan a photo of the ring and he called me immediately. He was overjoyed! I am going to meet him during the week to return it to him. Another happy ending!

 

Lost Wedding Band Recovered by Matt St.Germain Aka Jersey Shore Lost Ring Finder Long Branch NJ

from Seaside Heights (New Jersey, United States)
Contact: 1-732-581-0285

This afternoon i got a call from Kristen, She and her husband along with their daughter were enjoying the day at the beach yesterday with friends and while her husband was playing with the kids and doing cartwheels he lost his wedding band. I went out there as soon is i got her call and met them there. They showed me the area and some video where he was but after searching those spots i had to expand the search area a bit. . After just under an hour searching i had his ring in my scoop! They were so relieved and full of joy! Another wonderful ending!

Lost Ring Fernandina Beach, Florida…Found!

from Jacksonville (Florida, United States)
Contact: 1-904-404-5900

My name is Leonard Boger, If you’ve lost your ring or jewelry, contact me and I will help you find what you thought was lost forever.

Platinum Ring lost 10 days .. Doheny State Beach, CA. .. Found

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
Contact: 1-949-500-2136

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.
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