HOW IT WORKS
Lost & Found Recovery Processes
Every traveler worldwide has a unique story to tell. The same is said for how airports and airlines across the globe operate, especially their lost and found processes. InstaFile Lost Property Reporting offers airport lost and found service assistance in the recovery of your lost property.
Time is of the essence. Did you know the valuable items that not recovered by owners are auctioned off for profit by the airport? Or that lesser financially valued items are otherwise disposed of after a period of time? The time frame that items are stored varies a great deal ranging from one week to one year, with average being somewhere between 30 days to 90 days. Our goal is to prevent this from happening to your property, whether it is of sentimental value or financial value, we want it to to get it back to you before your property also suffers this fate.
We’ll dedicate our service agents along with our growing network of public and private resources to process your lost property report. In addition we stay connected with the correct authorities regarding your claim. You can focus on your travels and avoid the hassle of tracking down the starting point of where and how to report your lost item. We understand how frustrating it can be, which is why our service helps cut to the chase.
Lost & Found Departments, especially in high-traffic airports, are often overwhelmed and can take a few days to process the inventory. Our team of Service Agents will work with the authorities’ processes on behalf of your property and notify you via email regarding the ticket progress.
Don’t be fooled by other “online lost and found databases” that charge an extensive listing fee to post on their database without following any airline or airport reporting procedures.
The InstaFile team of Service Agents are real people acting on your behalf, utilizing our growing resources following individual airport and airline processing procedures. For a small fee, InstaFile Reporting provides you with a dedicated Service Agent as an additional resource to increase your chances of recovering your lost property.