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ImmobiKey - x2 Key Tags + Recovery Service £6.30 (with code) @ Immobilise

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Good idea for those that are likely lose an important set of keys and is a much cheaper option than having to replace them x2 Key Tags for £6.30 [includes p&p] which is less than a KFC 9 piece Read More
Good idea for those that are likely lose an important set of keys and is a much cheaper option than having to replace them x2 Key Tags for £6.30 [includes p&p] which is less than a KFC 9 piece
watson44 Avatar1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago20 Comments
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Sid.Harper
donslibi
Or get a keychain with your mobile number and ask people to call you or hand your keys to the police.


Better to put your address so they can post them back.


:D
*for a golf
I asked for a key to be cut and was quoted £230 yes £230.

this is a good idea.
GeargeOrwellz
Yes, be monitored and tracked everywhere! Georges Orwell`s nightmare came true. Welcome to NWO.

What are you jabbering on about? These are just key rings.
Seems a bit steep it's a company charging 6.30 to sit in the middle with a basic database with your details and a ref code... Good business if people pay I guess

Then again I think my mobile number could be linked to my address online but do I trust this company to keep their database secure for ever.

I guess I see a purpose especially with the cost of a car key but an email address etc could be secure and do the same thing.

Edited By: jamhops on Apr 04, 2017 23:56: English
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The National Property Register - protect your stuff

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Reminder - don't forget to register your possessions ( bikes, consoles etc ) Immobilise is the world's largest FREE register of possession ownership details and together with its sister sites the Po… Read More
Reminder - don't forget to register your possessions ( bikes, consoles etc ) Immobilise is the world's largest FREE register of possession ownership details and together with its sister sites the Po…
lukx Avatar5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago25 Comments
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interesting. thanks for the info op.
Started to register my stuff, including some bits that were stolen last year. Maybe if any of it ever turns up again the thieving **** that stole it all might finally get banged up.
Great advice. Thanks op
Spasho
lukx
Spasho
lukx
quidstretchy
Their database is probably for sale on the dark web already
and ?
People on it are targets?
To much MR. Robot
Speaking of Mr. Robot, I saw on YouTube's RussiaToday channel a video of a so-called 'swastika' covered with snowflakes and it looked like E Corp on loop. lol


hehe :)
lukx
Spasho
lukx
quidstretchy
Their database is probably for sale on the dark web already
and ?
People on it are targets?
To much MR. Robot
Speaking of Mr. Robot, I saw on YouTube's RussiaToday channel a video of a so-called 'swastika' covered with snowflakes and it looked like E Corp on loop. lol
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Immobilise - Protect Mobile Phones/Electronics from being stolen

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This feels like a good time to make sure people are aware of Immobilse. It was designed for the recording of IMEI numbers of mobile phones but actually will take any serial number. The beauty of… Read More
This feels like a good time to make sure people are aware of Immobilse. It was designed for the recording of IMEI numbers of mobile phones but actually will take any serial number. The beauty of…
MarioMan Avatar6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago23 Comments
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Been with Immobilise for about 5 years.

Keep a lookout as they do offer free marking kits occasionally which is great for marking your products too.
Youngy
I registered my devices some months ago, but how does this protect from being stolen? The service is designed to get your devices back to you after being stolen if they're found by police etc, so they can trace you. No actual protection from being stolen in the first place.
As been said it is only going to help with if they try to sell the stuff on or the police have a found item!
DEBULL77
I just went on the Immobilse site to register and found that I had registerd over 11 years ago !! . so I thought ooh me being forgetfull again. but when I checked on "my " registered items there where around 60+ mobile phones registerd to me over the last 11 years that are certainly not mine, so I am not sure how secure this site is, as someone has been registering items on my account. my personal details were all correct for my address 11 years ago..
This is a massive worry I feel , on this post alone I would say not very!
I registered my devices some months ago, but how does this protect from being stolen? The service is designed to get your devices back to you after being stolen if they're found by police etc, so they can trace you. No actual protection from being stolen in the first place.
I just went on the Immobilse site to register and found that I had registerd over 11 years ago !! . so I thought ooh me being forgetfull again. but when I checked on "my " registered items there where around 60+ mobile phones registerd to me over the last 11 years that are certainly not mine, so I am not sure how secure this site is, as someone has been registering items on my account. my personal details were all correct for my address 11 years ago..
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This feels like a good time to make sure people are aware of Immobilse. It was designed for the recording of IMEI numbers of mobile phones but actually will take any serial number. The beauty of th… Read More
This feels like a good time to make sure people are aware of Immobilse. It was designed for the recording of IMEI numbers of mobile phones but actually will take any serial number. The beauty of th…
swfarrington Avatar1y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months ago8 Comments
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ukez
Its just as easy to do this if you have an Android.
Dial *#06# and when your IMEI number comes up hold in the VOL Down & the Power button at the same time. That will screen shot what's on the screen, then simply email it to yourself.
Now that's it logged until you need to report it to the police. X)
You can old down the Power Button & Home Button on the apple devices, same difference.

Lots of different ways of getting the information.

Unfortunately most people don't think of getting it until they've left their iPhone on the bus / in the cafe and are surprised when it's not there when they go back. At which point trying to get all the details for the crime report is made that much more difficult as people rarely remember when they bought the phone, what it cost, what the IMEI is, what the phone number is (yes, really!) etc.

So if you've already backed up the details, good for you, you're well ahead of the majority.
Its just as easy to do this if you have an Android.

Dial *#06# and when your IMEI number comes up hold in the VOL Down & the Power button at the same time. That will screen shot what's on the screen, then simply email it to yourself.

Now that's it logged until you need to report it to the police. X)

You can old down the Power Button & Home Button on the apple devices, same difference.
I work in insurance we just ask you to reg on immobilise as we can go look , I smell spam as you go to report my loss they will charge you and immobilise send you there be careful just reg you and item lost .
You learn something new everyday. Thanks for sharing :)
swfarrington
willhay555
Immobilise, collaborate and listen indeed.
Not sure what that's about to be honest.
I find the site useful in that it's an independent place to store serial number information. When stuff gets stolen that's one of the major identification items needed to get the item back (if it's traceable at all) and it's the one item that is next to never available. So any way to get people to record the details is a positive one.
Regretting one having not done it after the event of a loss doesn't help.

Agreed, but it's

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4 keyfobs and LIFETIME key recovery service. Plus possible extra £2 discount £11.99 @ Immobilise

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3 years ago this was getting heat at £21.94. Try code SAVE2015X at the checkout for a possible £2 extra discount. My total at checkout inc VAT, postage and discount was £13.19. This seems to be… Read More
3 years ago this was getting heat at £21.94. Try code SAVE2015X at the checkout for a possible £2 extra discount. My total at checkout inc VAT, postage and discount was £13.19. This seems to be…
digitaltoast Avatar1y, 10m agoFound 1 year, 10 months ago14 Comments
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maccalen
What a conplete waste of money. Just have a key fob with your mobile number on it! If a person finds then who are willing to go online/go to police then im sure theyd be willing to (or more so) to just call you to let you know they have your keys....
Your elderly relative loses her keys. Then she gets a phone call.

"Hello, this is PC Jones of the Metropolitan Police. We've been given a set of keys with this number on them."
"Oh, thank heavens! I wonder how they ended up in London."
"Are you not in London?"
"No, I live in Leicester."
"I'd imagine the person who found them in works in London. We'll send them to your local police station,and they'll contact you to arrange for you to get them back. I'll need your name and address."
"Certainly, It's Mrs Emelia Smith, 2 Beaumont Way, Leicester, LE4 1DS. How long will it take to get the keys back?"
"I expect they'll phone you tomorrow, or possibly the day after."

Reassured, your elderly relative doesn't bother getting the locks changed. But of course it wasn't a constable who made that call....

This deal has a use for an elderly (or credulous) relative, though a cost-free solution would be to get an extra keyfob for your account with Nectar or Tesco Clubcard, and put it on your relative's keys.

Edited By: sylv on Jul 12, 2015 13:10
What a conplete waste of money. Just have a key fob with your mobile number on it! If a person finds then who are willing to go online/go to police then im sure theyd be willing to (or more so) to just call you to let you know they have your keys....
digitaltoast
When you say "this", do you mean a security warning? See a couple of posts above! It seem Firefox (and only Firefox) doesn't like something about the certificate. Chrome seems OK with it, but I've reported it to them anyway, as it doesn't look good a security company having an insecure cert!

Yes security warning. I'm using "Chrome" very odd eh. Not to worry ;-)
LetoKynes
Could you not do the same thing with any keyfob with your name/email/mobile number? Either way you're still relying on someone to turn them in...
this

only fools would pay for this service
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Immobilise - Free Property Inventory Website

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Free national property register This is a brilliant website I have publicised in the past It's a tool for recording all your electronics and valuables You would record the make, model and the… Read More
Free national property register This is a brilliant website I have publicised in the past It's a tool for recording all your electronics and valuables You would record the make, model and the…
Harry_Potter Avatar2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago17 Comments
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Harry_Potter
And how would they know the serial number ...
By checking it in a burglars house :-)

mr potter.

you give this site a list of your property including serial numbers. it is a list of what you own.

so I am not suggesting that the police do anything until it is stolen. I am suggesting that the staff of the website could.

please try reading what I wrote and not making it up.
Dominatez
You clearly live in the clouds if you think it cannot be hacked. I would feel safer saving it with them rather than encrypting it and having someone find it and then the challenge of cracking it. This site is a great idea and I think you watch to much TV if you think that the police would be giving your details away. All activity is logged by the site as well as the police themselves.

Talk about paranoia. Hackers are after bank info and login details where cash and credit is available and not your list of stolen goods.

point 1. when I say staff I don't mean the police.
point 2. you aren't giving the site a list of whats stolen. you are giving the site a list of what you have.

why not try reading what I said and not making it up ?
And how would they know the serial number ...
By checking it in a burglars house :-)
The Police cannot see your property list
They can check a serial number and will tell them status of an item
thanks op, looks interesting
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Immobilise Property Register for Police Insurance Commonsense £15.29

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Immobilise Police register for Insurance Protection Promotion Discount ( MAR2014X ) Gives £2 off any purchase at checkout Security Marking is essential along with key service for life do not have to p… Read More
Immobilise Police register for Insurance Protection Promotion Discount ( MAR2014X ) Gives £2 off any purchase at checkout Security Marking is essential along with key service for life do not have to p…
discount4cash Avatar2y, 9m agoFound 2 years, 9 months ago2 Comments
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Youre much better buying Smartwater products....
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Immobilise - Register property and if stolen and checked it will ensure its safe return :-)

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Register your property on this website. Upload the item description, photo and serial number. If your phone, bike, computer or any other registered item is lost or stolen, use Immobilise to instant… Read More
Register your property on this website. Upload the item description, photo and serial number. If your phone, bike, computer or any other registered item is lost or stolen, use Immobilise to instant…
Harry_Potter Avatar4y, 2m agoFound 4 years, 2 months ago29 Comments
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MrRee
So, you list all your valuables on a website ...... for the world to see ... should be called 'Burglars Look Here.com" :)

The world cannot see it, just those authorised (like police etc).
I've had items registered for years, but hadn't seen ImmobiKey - Key Tags and Recovery Service before. Going to order these now. Thanks!
Can also check status of property looking to purchase via http://www.checkmend.com/uk/
It links to many sites inc immobilise
Useful for most, few dubious
Good for proving ownership for insurance reasons and good for relocating stolen property
Thanks OP!
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ImmobiKey - 4 Key Tags and Recovery Service. One-off payment £21.94

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This is for the easily distracted like me. Forget about paying an annual fee to your home or car insurance for just one key tag, you can get 4 for a one off payment and keep them for life. So just… Read More
This is for the easily distracted like me. Forget about paying an annual fee to your home or car insurance for just one key tag, you can get 4 for a one off payment and keep them for life. So just…
jimmy2007 Avatar5y, 8m agoFound 5 years, 8 months ago7 Comments
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Please note that there are several free alternatives, Personally I have a tag with my work address and the employee number.
This deal is intended for anyone who pays their home/car insurance every year to have the tags and also do not have a free alternative.
I was once conned into one of these tags service and it costed me 12.99 for a year, that's why I thought it was a good deal.
Gazzie
Another free option is to attach your tesco clubcard keyfob to your keys. If the finder has the brains to return your keys to tesco...

Talking about safety, do you trust this company with the keys to your house?


They are recommended by the coppers
mooch
lowlandshooter
[quote=whitbyfish] The free version is put a label with your mobile number onto your key and the words "cash reward"

yeah but go and collect them, else someone will have your keys and your adress!!!!!




How would they have my address?
Another free option is to attach your tesco clubcard keyfob to your keys. If the finder has the brains to return your keys to tesco...

Talking about safety, do you trust this company with the keys to your house?
lowlandshooter
whitbyfish
The free version is put a label with your mobile number onto your key and the words "cash reward"

yeah but go and collect them, else someone will have your keys and your adress!!!!!


and then make sure you don't get followed home with the copy they made...
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