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Quik Reward Takes the Fear Out of Losing Expensive Gadgets and Other Valuables

Ingenious tagging and online reward system offers to shake up the "lost and found" landscape

GILROY, Calif., Dec. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Losing one of your portable but expensive valuables, such as your iPhone, can be a minor tragedy. There's the expense of replacing it, the worry that sensitive information might fall into the wrong hands, and the general anxiety that comes from losing anything of value. Quik Reward (www.quikreward.com), a newly launched, web-based service for lost item recovery, promises a bulletproof solution to this age-old problem.

The real innovation in the Quik Reward process is the automation of the reward process. The rigors of broadcasting a "lost item" message on social networks, checking local lost and found bins, or posting fliers on telephone poles are theoretically over. Quik Reward eliminates the need for all of that mostly fruitless legwork. When people see the Quik Reward label, they will know that a reward is in store if they go online and input the item's code.

Quik Reward users can order labels, cards or tags for each possession they want to protect. When the user receives the labels, they log on to the Quik Reward website and begin registering their stuff. Each label contains a digital, alphanumeric code: Zero duplication of codes ensures that each item in the system is uniquely identified, with no risk of confusion or error. It only takes a few minutes to register, and the potential benefits are enormous. 

Corporate clients can take advantage of the Quik Reward system to ensure that their company property - phones, laptops, etc. - is well protected. The system works all over the world, too. Even jet-setting business travelers can rest assured that with Quik Reward, nothing is ever truly "lost."

Quik Reward offers meaningful protection against loss for an almost limitless range of valuables:

Smartphones                                                                        
iPads                                                  
Tablets and laptops                         
Cameras and camcorders
Wallets
Luggage
Backpacks
Golf Bags

And don't forget your Pets, since they can be recovered by wearing a Quik Reward pet tag.

Peace of mind is always in style, which is why Quik Reward touts itself as a fantastic gift for Christmas or birthdays. Customers can easily order a combo pack of tags, cards and labels for someone else. Recipients merely log on to the system, register their valuables and choose what information they wish to associate with their registered items. All Quik Reward products are reasonably priced - customers only need to lose something one time to see the immense value in the small upfront investment.

About Quik Reward

Quik Reward was founded in 2012. Check out their new, full-featured website at www.quikreward.com. The company has high ambitions and expects to grow at a steady clip, with new offerings on the horizon. Company founders believe that they've developed a one-of-a-kind and indispensable system for tracking and recovering lost stuff.

Contact:

Quik Reward, LLC
P.O. Box 1728
Gilroy, CA 95021
408-427-9821
[email protected]

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SOURCE Quik Reward, LLC

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