Upon receiving an email from Suffolk Police Direct outlining the benefits of registering personal property on Immobilise – the website aiming at return stolen property to their rightful owners, Finance Director of IPPlus PLC, Stuart Gordon, promptly forwarded the email to all of IPPlus’s employees. IPPlus is the parent company of Ansaback – a dedicated 24/7, 365 day Call Centre, CallScripter – a software house providing Contact Centre solutions, and IP3 Telecom – a network solution provider. Upon receiving the email Judith Schulen, Shift Supervisor at IPPlus Call Centre Ansaback, promptly registered her mobile phone. To her delight, she then received an email from Immobilise advising that simply by registering, she had become one of 10 people selected at random to win a brand new iPod. Needless to say, Judith has immediately registered her new iPod on Immobilise also! To find out more, or register your personal possessions simply register at www.immobilise.co.uk.
The service is completely free and should you find yourself in the unfortunate position of having property stolen, there’s a good chance you could have it returned safely to you if you have registered it on Immobilise. Immobilise is the world’s largest FREE register of possession ownership details and with its sister site CheckMEND (www.checkmend.com) the largest database of stolen property and blocked mobile phones. Immobilise can be used by members of the public and businesses to register their valued possessions or company assets. This online checking service is used by all the UK Police forces to trace owners of lost and stolen property.
In addition Immobilise is checked daily by a huge range of recovery agencies and lost property offices. As a direct result of Immobilise there are over 250 cases a week where property is returned or information collected that assists the Police in investigating criminal activity involving stolen goods. Immobilise is also the only ownership registration service supported by all the UK Police forces, the Greater London Authority, Transport for London and The Mobile Phone Industry.