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Trace Me your luggage Passport

Thanks to luggage tracking service Trace Me, passengers stand a better chance of having their belongings returned and not having it end up amongst the 42 million pieces of luggage that go missing every year.

Recognised in airports worldwide, the Trace Me service is simple. Each durable plastic tag does not contain any personal identifiers such as a name or address but instead has a unique barcode and serial number which is registered online at Immobilise.com the world’s largest property ownership database. The tag is then simply secured to any item of luggage prior to transit. In the event of the luggage going astray, the barcode can be scanned by airport officials globally triggering a text message and email to the owner of the bag with details of its location and who to contact to recover your case.

US magazine Budget Travel (www.budgettravel.com) put the Trace Me service to the test alongside two other baggage identifying services. Luggage was labelled using the tags then deliberately ‘lost’ by each of the magazine’s testers in three different places which passengers frequent: an airline, baggage carousel and a New York taxi. Based on Budget Travel magazine’s findings, they selected Trace Me as their top choice. Magazine tester John Rambow commented, “Trace Me called about my overhead suitcase four hours after my flight. The company then e-mailed to tell me it was at the airport; I picked it up a few days later.”

“We were delighted to be awarded the Recommended Choice for luggage protection,” says Trace Me managing director John Crosland. “We are passionate about protecting people’s luggage and we know our product works, so it’s extremely gratifying to have an independent review confirm that.”

“We provide a simple solution that prevents the distress and inconvenience of losing one’s personal possessions and the sales of the Trace Me tag confirm the public’s desire to do that. Once every traveller carries a Trace Me tag the nightmare of lost luggage will become a thing of the past.”

NOTES TO EDITORS:

Trace Me Tags cost £12.50 each, or £19.95 for two, with a lifetime service and same-day dispatch.

Tags are also recognized by more than 40 law enforcement agencies, train operators and local transport companies alongside airport baggage handling organisations and major lost property services across the globe.
High-res images are available and tags can be supplied for competition purposes.

Other products available from Trace Me include the anti-luggage tampering Tell-Tag tags and the Immobitag which can be securely fitted to bikes to deter bike theft and assist police in tracing the rightful owner in the event of theft.

For further information, please contact:

John Crosland
Email@ johncrosland@tracemeluggagetracker.com
Tel: 01223 894622
Sophie Osborn
Email: sophieosborn@tracemeluggagetracker.com
Tel: 01223 894622
http://www.tracemeluggagetracker.com

About Trace Me Luggage Tracker

Launched in 2008, Trace Me Luggage Tracker is the brainchild of John Crosland and Sophie Osborn arising from their shock at an article counting the millions of items of luggage lost every year and the auctioning to the general public of unidentifiable suitcases. Trace Me are passionate about protecting people’s luggage and the widespread nature of their sales suggests that the public agrees – tags are being shipped daily from the UK to Australia, Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong, United States and throughout Europe.

This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Trace Me LuggageTracker in the following categories: Men's Interest, Home & Garden, Women's Interest & Beauty, Consumer Technology, Travel, for more information visit https://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.