You're at baggage claim and realize you left your laptop or tablet on the airplane, or you return to your dorm and realize that your device is not in your bag. Lost & Found is no help. Your photos, your highly sensitive work data, your term paper -- gone. It can happen to anyone.
The One-Time, $14.95 Solution!
Red Warden’s simple and cost-effective electronic device recovery system! Imagine hearing TSA page you to retrieve your laptop or tablet, or getting a text, voicemail, AND email notifying you that your lost electronic device has been found -- RELIEF!
Making A Difference
Our laptop and tablet anti-theft labels not only help to protect your electronic investment, we donate 10% of your purchase on your behalf to one of our charity partners (see below). Simply select the label(s) that correspond to your preferred charity and we’ll do the rest! Feel inspired knowing that while you're implementing a modern system to safeguard your electronic device, your purchase is supporting an amazing charity!
Red Warden anti-theft labels are personalized with the device owner’s name, so the 'finder' can either have the owner paged or call Red Warden to initiate the retrieval process. We will send the owner both an email and text message, then call their mobile and home phone numbers with information regarding the location of their device. Red Warden labels also provide the travel and hospitality industries the ability to instantly locate an owner before, during, and after traveling. No more frantic calls to the Lost & Found departments of every hotel, airline, and airport at which you may have left your device!
Protection Even If the Label Is Removed
Removing the label from a device does not prevent Red Warden from identifying the lawful owner of the lost, stolen, or misplaced tablet or laptop. The device serial number is the owner’s membership number, meaning ownership can be confirmed to authorities even if a label is removed from a device.
Did you know?
Law enforcement is required to contact device owners if their contact information is readily apparent on a recovered or ‘found’ device.
TSA will not open or power-on an electronic device for security reasons, but can page you if your contact information is readily apparent.