As the 2016 summer season approaches the crowds will be headed to the beaches to soak up the sun and swim in the ocean. With this activity there will also be the unfortunate events of people losing their precious,sentimental jewelry and ruining their fun memories of vacations and events. This is where I come into help! With my top of the line metal detectors and over 30 years experience I can find what you feared lost forever and bring those memories back! Whether it’s on the beach or in the water I would be very happy to provide this very productive to you as I have done for others in this unfortunate situation. So Don’t Give Up! Give me a Call!
I received an email from Paul who explained to me that he had lost a gold chain and pendant at the beach while swimming with his daughters. He further explained that it was a gift to him from his father 20 years ago and it meant alot to him. He stated that his father was a jeweler and that his brother is also and that they were aware of the scrap gold value of the item since it weighed between 2-3 ounces of 18k gold and that he wanted to hire me to find it and offered me the scrap gold value and possibly get the chain back instead of someone else just finding it and selling it for scrap because it meant more to him. I accepted his offer and got the information as to the area,time and tide to the time of the loss the previous day. realizing that only one tide had passed since the loss I arrived on the beach in front of the lifeguard stand at the next lowtide and began my seach asap. This being an area by the boardwalk that is heavily hunted by other detectorists I could only pray it was still there. Using my Whites Beach hunter id 300 I began finding coins and other junk items in the wet sand when I got the midtone signal I was looking for and took a scoop of sand and dumped it to reveal a large heavy(62.7 grams of 18k) gold chain laying in the sand Wow! Inspecting the pendant I realized that it was infact the chain and mountain pendant lost by Paul the day before while swimming. I called Paul with the great news and we met later in the week for the return. He was extremely happy to see the necklace when I gave it back to him.
I received a call from a man who had recently vacationed in Ocean city,NJ and had lost his wedding ring in the surf while throwing a football around with a friend.he had returned home to Maryland the next day and began his search on the internet on how to get help finding his lost ring.He contacted me and gave me the information about what beach entrance he used and stated that he was about 30 yards to the right of the lifeguard stand and in shin deep water at a higher tide.I arrived at the area and began my search about 10 yards from the stand and wored to the 30 yard mark with no luck and the dark of night had settled in and ended my search for the night but returned the next day at lowtide and picked up where I left off.At about the 40 yard mark at the hightide line the detector sounded and his ring appeared from the sand.I immediately phone the owner and told him the news and mailed the ring to him the next day and received it 2 days later.He was extremely Thankful for my help!
I received a call today while on my vacation in cean city from a guy also on vacation there just 28 blocks away.He explained that he had lost his Platinum wedding band in the surf when caught a football the day before the call.I immediately met them on the crowded beach and began the search in a designated area.After digging a signal that turned out to be a quarter,signal number 2 turned up the ring.The crowd on the beach was amazed with the recovery and the owner was very happy to see his wedding band again.I glad I was able to help and Thankful for the generous reward! It was a big boost for the Ring Finders website having the recovery take place on the crowded beach.