Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) February 11, 2014
Gordon Burns, CEO of Mystufflostandfound and long time resident of Peoria, IL before relocating to Atlanta, GA was recently honored by the Peoria news media. The Peoria Journal Star interviewed and ran a feature article focusing on Gordon's past contributions to the Peoria community and his recent creation of Mystufflostandfound, the online gateway to Okoban's tracking service for valuables and global lost and found service for life.
The Greg and Dan Show on WMBD , a local Peoria station also aired an interview highlighting the benefits of using the Okoban stickers and tags sold Online by Mystufflostandfound.com.
Both features can be accessed at the Mystufflostandfound.com blog post: Peoria learns about mystufflostandfound.com.
Mobile devices go missing at an alarming rate. According to the June 30, 2008 Ponemon Institute study for Dell Computer, “Airport Insecurity: The Case of the Missing & Lost Laptops,” there are 12,000 laptops lost at U.S. airport security checkpoints each week – nearly 2,000 each day. Sadly, only about one-third are returned because finding the owner is so difficult. The rest are salvaged.
The problem is not that lost mobile devices are never found; they almost always get found by someone. The problem is that most likely the finder has no easy way to contact the owner and they remain lost.
Okoban® tracker tags from http://www.mystufflostandfound.com solve the problem by connecting finders with owners quickly, securely and privately, anywhere in the world. Finders simply enter the tracker tag’s Unique Identification (UID) code and the recovery location on the Okoban website. The system then immediately notifies the owner, anywhere in the world, with a secure email and text message of the found valuable and its recovery location. There is no cost to the finder and there are no annual fees.
Okoban tracker tags can protect phones, laptops, tablets, passports, luggage, purses, wallets, cameras, keys, credit cards, pets and other valuables.
"Now, with Okoban, any lost tablet or other valuable can find its owner," says Gordon Burns, CEO of My Stuff Lost and Found. "Often, the lost valuable finds the owner before the owner realizes the item is lost," says Burns. "Okoban works even if the device is turned off or has no battery power, offering added protection for smart mobile devices. The finder does not need to risk being tracked with a lost phone or tablet by turning the device on to try to find the owner,” says Burns.
Okoban is part of a global lost and found service that is accessible by anyone plus serves over 400 airline companies in more than 2,200+ airports and travel industry “frequent finders”, institutional lost and founds including TSA, rail, maritime, coach, rental car and hotel companies.
My Stuff Lost and Found, founded in 2012, provides convenient worldwide online sales and service of Okoban’s sturdy tracker tags for laptops, phones, tablets, passports, luggage, cameras, credit cards, pets and other valuables.
Mystufflostandfound.com is the online gateway to Okoban's tracking service for valuables and free global lost and found service for life. Okoban is purchased online at http://www.mystufflostandfound.com.