Create a FREE private and secure portfolio of all your personal property.
If it is then lost or stolen, use Immobilise to tell law enforcement, your insurer, and the second-hand trade to assist in recovering your property and catch the thief.
Benefits of registration:
1. Immobilise helps UK police forces to identify the owner of lost & stolen goods thousands of times every day
2. Loss & theft updates you make are immediately available to the Police nation-wide
3. Combat the sale of stolen property, alert the second-hand trade and the publicly checkable stolen goods database, CheckMEND, if an items goes missing
4. Simplify insurance claims and police reports with certificates of ownership
5. All these features are unique to Immobilise and provided FREE

What items can be registered?
The vast majority of items registered are mobile phones, satellite navigation systems, mp3 players, cameras, laptops and bikes but any item with a make, model and serial number can be registered. Items without these can also be registered by the use of after sales marking systems such as UV pens, microdots and serial numbered security tags. These can be purchased from the Immobilise web site and means that items like antiques, furniture, jewellery etc can be registered quickly and easily.

Is Immobilise secure?
All information on Immobilise is housed on physically secure servers in state of the art secure server facilities. All movement of data across the Internet is encrypted and is protected by state of the art firewalls and anti-hacking software.
Who supports Immobilise?
Immobilise is supported by all the UK Police forces, the global mobile phone industry and major international blue chip organisations including retailers, manufacturers and insurers.
Full details can be found on the Immobilise web site.
Who runs Immobilise?
Immobilise is run by a UK company called Recipero Ltd, whose details can be found on their web site www.recipero.com. They are the world leader in aggregation of data relating to possession ownership, insurance claim information and associated .criminality.
Where can I get further information?
Visit our web site www.immobilise.com

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