Honesty Tag celebrates the launch of its revolutionary lost and found service designed to help reunite owners with lost valuables and reward honest finders.
Honesty Tag is changing the lost and found industry with the launch of its simple, reliable and proven service. The service allows individuals and businesses to tag and register their valuables and motivates finders to return lost items to their owners by connecting a reward to each item. Honesty Tag operates internationally, so finders can arrange to return lost items to owners anywhere in the world.
Honesty Tags are available online at HonestyTag.com or at any of Honesty Tag’s strategic partners. The tags are available as tamper-proof stickers, luggage tags and key tags — all made from quality materials designed to withstand daily wear and tear. Honesty Tags resist smudging, smearing, peeling, ripping, tearing, or fading and are water proof.
Our Tags can be attached to a wide range of personal possessions, including high-value items, sentimental items, and devices carrying sensitive or irreplaceable data. Commonly tagged items include passports, smartphones, tablets, kids school items, cameras, netbooks, laptops, keys, USB sticks, pet collars, diaries, bags of all kind, golf kits, and prams.
After attaching an Honesty Tag to each item, customers register the tag and the unique serial number for free online at HonestyTag.com. This increases the chances of their valuables being returned should their valuables become lost and found.
The Honesty Tag encourages finders to visit HonestyTag.com, enter the unique serial number on the tag, which will immediately notify the owner and allows the finder to claim a reward for their honesty. Owners can decide on the value of reward for each of their registered items. Available rewards are paid in cash or as the item’s owner and finder decide.
HonestyTag.com, a new lost and found service launched in the Australia by a Sydney based Entrepreneur, rewards honest people for their good deed. With all the negative press in the world today, he feels this honesty should not only be highlighted but also rewarded.
Remember, what’s lost is not always lost forever.