Lost Items - National Search Service
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have you lost something valuable
I offer a free recovery service to anyone who has lost a ring, watch, mobile phone, keys or any other small item of value in the Central Belt including Alloa, Bridge of Allan, Callander, Dunblane, Falkirk, Grangemouth, Stirling or Tillicoultry and / or other surrounding areas although I would be looking for some contribution towards the fuel cost of my travelling
I can only legally detect on land if.....
The land where you lost item belongs to you. If the item of value is on someone elses land then you will first need the permission of the land owner before I can commence either in writing or if you have the landowner with you in person e.g. a friend or family member who's land it belongs to. I can legally detect on most beaches as I have a permit issued by the Crown Estate to search Crown Estate owned beaches.
Success rate and chances of recovery
I have been metal detecting for around 5 years now and on a very regular basis and also own several different types of metal detector and so far have found several pieces of jewellery both on the beach and on private land as well. The chances of safe recovery will be greater if you have an idea where the item has been lost in the first place.
Insurance and Disclaimer
I am a fully paid member of the N.C.M.D. (National Council Metal Detecting)
I will take no blame for the lost item not being recovered nor will I take any blame should the item be damaged in any way once it is found.
You can contact me by clicking on the Private Mail button or PM button to the right..... and I shall be in touch with you at your earliest convenience. Please remember to leave your name and best contact phone number, your location and a short description of the task in hand.
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