Lost & Found Tracking Service from Hansole

Below is a message from Hansole Investments (Private) Limited. You should find their service beneficial.

Following the success of Lost and Found, we would like to inform you that we have now added the tracking of lost or stolen cellphones and laptop. To achieve this we will need to pre-install a software which will help track the cellphone or laptop.

Brief background, Hansole Investments (Pvt) Ltd  in conjunction with the Zimbabwe Republic Police through Lost and Found has embarked on a  project to assist the general public in locating lost and found items, which include TVs, DVDs,  radios, computers, laptops, microwaves, passports, ID cards, driver’s licences, Title deeds,  Company registration certificate, School/college/university Certificates, etc.  We have been  allocated the Short Code 36363, developed the backend system and a website www.lostandfound.org.zw. The short code will be used by the general public to search for their  lost and found items using their cellphones.

The idea is, when an individual lose their item, they simply send their first name, last name, ID number/Item number with keyword LOST to 36363. If the item is in our database it simply sends a message back to the sender with the type of item found and the police station to collect it from. No one should never lose their item completely.

During our research we noticed that 90% of lost items like Title deeds, Company registration certificate, School/college/university  Certificates, ID cards, driver’s licence, passports, various certificates, etc are rarely recovered when lost. Yet they are handed over and kept on Kombi windows, supermarkets, bars, restaurants, hotels, Registration Offices, Post-offices, City Council offices, schools, Churches, Police Stations in and around the country.

To discuss this further, we can be contacted on 263-8644096295 or 263-4-335764 or email us dmin@hansole.org.

Hansole investments (Private) Limited.


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