Lifestyle | Gear
11th June 2018 | London
Watches are a style statement, and its always a pleasure to own one big brand of your dreams. But this dream can anyday turn into a nightmare if the watch is robbed. In such a scenario, what can one do?
The Watch Register offers its services in a set pattern to its audience so that they work lawfully to help in finding the theft to recover the stolen piece which is precious to someone. In a study of the same LA POLO finds out how the company works for the welfare of the public. Here’s a quick guide…
Who can subscribe?
Once the watch is lost or robbed, the first step is to dwell into searching for it. But it is also important to follow a certain set of the pattern.
The subscriptions can be purchased by dealers, pawnbrokers or auction houses, on a very nominal amount with a minimum number of searches which must total to 50. The watch register offers an annual subscription for greater usage, along with an offer of combined subscription for items other than watches.
Subscription is helpful, for the subscribers can easily search by either text message or email, and the firm will respond in as short as 5 minutes directly for confirmation purposes.
Individuals too can use the services by emailing the brand name, model and serial number on the appropriate email-id.
Who can Register?
The firm registers the watches which are either stolen or missing, and this can be done on the behalf of insurers, private individuals, police or trade, with an aim to recover the watch as soon as possible.
The lost watch must be registered by a serial number so that they could be identified uniquely, orelse locating them can be difficult.
Registration is of zero cost for law enforced agencies or subscribing insurers. However, the individuals will have to pay a small fee to register for their loss. But the item will remain registered until it is finally recovered.
The registration will require a crime reference number, proof of ownership and insurance details.
The Recovery Process
The recovery process is simple, for as and when the company will get its hands on a lost item that matches the registered content, the particular agency will be informed about it.
Further, the inquires will be made to either return the watch to the owner or negotiate with the claimant.
This might at times involves working with the police to settle the matter in proper justice.