Dear Scumbag working at Immobilise for minimum wage,
At 23 Mercer Crescent you will find the following stuff:
Flat screen telly
Loads of other stuff I cant be bothered to invent
An Ibis Mojo SL
A scabby pair of bombers
etc etc etc
Please sell this list on to your scummy pals for a fiver with my contact details so you can check Im out before they call round
Lots of Love
Seriously its a good idea to keep track of your gear
I have a list of serial numbers stored in an email account
If I ever need to I can easily access them and then and only then post them to a third party such as immobilise
CheersPosted 8 years ago
Iamsporticus, I take it that every time you buy goods from a shop you give them a fake address too, just in case the staff are spivs? 😉
Having said that, I would only register property after it was stolen, or you could have difficulty if you decide to sell or give it away.Posted 8 years agomdbMember
Immobilise is a great system which works.
I was involved in some of the development of it into the bike sector a few years back – it was kick-started by mobile phone companies – and its biggest strength is that it is probably the only system used by nearly (might be all now) police forces in the country.
One police officer said to me recently that bike theft in the UK is staggering and there is no sign of it reducing. Amazingly most thefts happen from the home, ie, garage / shed etc. Systems like Immobilise are really useful in getting bikes back to their rightful owners.
However the main downside is that if the frame number is removed it makes identification even harder. This is why some companies are now trialling RFID systems to either replace or compliment frame numbers.Posted 8 years ago
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