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Dan lost his wedding band while swimming in the ocean in North Wildwood, NJ yesterday. We made plans to meet today on the beach so I could detect during
low tide. After a thorough search in waist to chest-deep water,the ring was found several inches down in the sand.
Jason was looking in the sand in North Wildwood, NJ for his lost cellphone when he approached me asking me for help. Within minutes and alittle detective work the cellphone was found!
I received a call from Rob that he lost his 14k gold chain on the beach in the sand in North Wildwood NJ. One of his friends had moved his flip flops with the gold chain on it while playing spike ball! He was going to rent a metal detector and I told him that I would find it for him. After a quick search the gold chain was found!
LOST A RING? DON’T WAIT TO CALL! 215-850-0188
I received a call from Regina today to help find her wedding band that she lost on the beach in North Wildwood NJ this afternoon. I was able to find it quickly after searching the area where she was sitting. The ring is now back where it belongs and it ended up being a great beach day!
“Thank you John so much for finding my engagement ring in the sand.
I was in a panic and didn’t know what I was going to do. Within minutes the ring was found. He was professional and happy to help. Highly recommended!”
Amy lost lost her cell phone the other night while walking her dog on the beach. She and her husband went back to the beach later that evening and again the following morning to look for it with no luck.
That is when they reached out to fellow Ringfinder Dave Milstead who referred them to me. After speaking with Amy about the details of how the cell phone was lost, I began a thorough search of
the area. Approximately 45 minutes later, the cell phone was found about 8 inches deep in the sand. Amy was happy to have it returned because she needed it for a meeting later in the afternoon!
The ring means a lot to Victor it was given to him by his grandmother. It was lost after dark last night while he was walking his dog. The ring slipped off his finger when the leash got caught around it. With a quick search the ring was found in the grass. Thank you to fellow ring finder Rich Hageney for the referral.
Kelley wrote on my facebook page: THE RING FINDERS SOUTH JERSEY
HIGHLY RECOMMEND! Got to witness an amazing find today. A family was heartbroken over the loss of a woman’s engagement & wedding rings, which were not only monetarily valuable but more so sentimentally valuable. I couldn’t believe how quickly John recovered these items on the shoreline after a day on rough waves. He really knows what he’s doing. Job very well done!!!!
Jennifer was on the beach in North Wildwood, NJ this afternoon when she had the misfortune of having her engagement ring and wedding bands slip off of her finger into the ocean during high tide while helping one of children with a towel. I met with Anna, Jennifer’s mom, and started a search after asking several questions about the lost rings. After about 25 minutes detecting in the ocean, the engagement ring was found approximately 6 inches deep. The other 2 rings were found in the surf just minutes later approximately 25 feet from the engagement ring. The rings are very sentimental to Jennifer, so she and her family were overwhelmed when they were recovered. Thanks goes out fellow Ring Finder Jeff Lagg for the referral.
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