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Press release The Lost & Found Community launches today

03-14-2011 04:56 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

Press release from: Look4Lost UG (haftungsbeschränkt)

After the devastating earthquake and massive floods in Japan, people in East Asia urgently need help. – The Lost & Found Community, which is launched today, provides survivors and relatives with an international web portal to find missing people after the disaster.

In addition to fellow human beings, items and animals can be reported as ‘missing’ or ‘found’ on free of charge. Users have several options to upgrade their ads, e.g. uploading files, classifying ads as "very important" and inserting an attention getter. Special input fields like „Travel Tracker“ help the seeker to find faster: here the user types in the itinerary and mode of transport that was used by missing persons. Seekers and finders communicate directly via the Message Center, allowing a quick exchange of personal messages.

All features on are bilingual (English/German), ads can be published in any language. Moreover, users can benefit from an advanced filter function by displaying only ads from their country. Whether USA, Japan, UK, Canada or another of more than 150 countries - with the help of no fellow human being, no item, no animal should be lost, worldwide. is a product of Look4Lost UG (haftungsbeschränkt), seated in Hamburg (Germany).

Look4Lost UG (haftungsbeschränkt)
c/o P. Wetter
Kraepelinweg 24
22081 Hamburg
Phone: +49 (0)40 - 21975464
Fax: +49 (0)32 - 221739450
Media contact: Peter Wetter

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