New Website Launched to Help Police Recover Stolen Property & Help Manufacturers Contact Consumers for Product Recalls

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National Serial Number Registry Corp. has announced the official launching of its flagship website to provide protection, tracking, and recovery of all personal and business property.

By simply registering the serial number of any kind of property on the website, National Serial Number Registry promises to aide Police in the recovery of stolen property, assist product manufacturers contact consumers directly in the event of a factory recall, and provide a public lost & found search service.

All property information registered is stored in National Serial Number Registry’s Data Secure Management System where the property owner has complete control over who can or cannot view their specific property information. A photo of the property being registered can be uploaded as well. The best way to describe the service would be to compare it to the current database systems in place at your state Department of Motor Vehicles where your vehicle VIN number is registered. Once registered, if your vehicle is ever lost, stolen, or requires a recall, your contact information can be instantly obtained by Police or the Vehicle Manufacturer respectfully. National Serial Number Registry Corp. has developed its service to provide this same system of traceability for all other valuable possessions such as your computer, TV, boat motor, business equipment, tooling etc…and provide a reference of ownership.

“We feel that this service we have created is a great tool in bridging several gaps in our economy by bring together consumers, business owners, insurance underwriters, product manufacturers, and the law enforcement community to one central meeting place to exchange valuable information regarding personal and business property.” says company founder and CEO, Brian Bahn. “The more people that utilize this service and register their property information, the more effective our service becomes.”

Membership for the consumer, business, and law enforcement community is completely free of charge. The only information that is required to create a new account is a username, password, and an e-mail address, although additional contact information can be provided. The company expects to earn its operating revenues from sponsorship and advertisement on the website, but the company promises its members that they will never sell any personal or business information that is stored in the database for solicitation or advertisement purposes.

About National Serial Number Registry:

National Serial Number Registry ( is a free, web based service that aides in the protection, tracking, and recovery of all personal and business property.

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