Red Warden’s track-your-device is designed for laptop computers and tablets. It is a global Registered Electronic Device (RED) network that links lawful owners to their electronic devices like no other system on the planet. The system is a proactive cost-effective solution that fulfills the essential elements of theft deterrence, unambiguous ownership, finder directive, and most importantly, an opportunity for others to align with a focused team dedicated to device recovery while standing up for humanity.
The track-my-tablet or -laptop product is a label that clearly reveals the lawful owner of every device. At first glance, the label just looks nice on a device, but a deeper look reveals the product is more than meets the eye. Even if a person removes the Red Warden tracking label from a device, the serial number on the device is also the membership number. Red Warden has initiated awareness campaigns with lost and found departments at malls, airports, and police departments throughout the US informing them to utilize our database to locate lawful device owners. Red Warden’s awareness campaigns are expanding rapidly to other establishments, making them unsurpassed by any company in the world.
Personalized labels display the owners full name, so if after paging, the owner by name does not locate the member before they leave the immediate area where a device is found, all the finder has to do is call Red Warden using the telephone number on the label with the serial number off the found device. Red Warden will initiate voice notifications to the owner's cellular telephone, home telephone, as well as by text and email with detailed contact information regarding who, and where their device is located for recovery.
Personalized track-my-device labels play a significant role in the recovery process because it does not matter if the owner is in the airport or just miles from work or home. In most cases, a device is not going to be turned over to anyone who cannot produce identification with the owner’s name listed on their identification. Personalized labels also enable the traveling industry and hotels with the ability to search and instantly locate an owner in established databases before, during, and after traveling.
Bold verbiage on every tracking label enlightens the finder of the legal consequences of unlawful utilization.
Losing a device can be a frightening experience for anyone. Joining the Red Warden team who supports you anywhere in the world — absolutely invaluable!
Replacement cost resulting from a lost device leaves much of the population sharing some level of concern towards losing their electronic devices. As such, consumers are seeking inexpensive, but effective proactive solutions to retrieve lost devices. Red Warden has created awareness campaigns with lost-and-found departments at malls, airports, and police departments throughout the country informing them to utilize our database to locate owners of lost devices. Red Warden awareness campaigns are expanding rapidly across the nation making our product unsurpassed by any company in the world as an industry leader.
- Paging owners by name allows for swiffer device recovery.
- Finders contact Red Warden using the telephone number on the tablet and laptop anti-theft label with the serial number from the found device.
- Red Warden initiates voice notifications to our members’ cell phone, home telephone, as well as by text and email messages with detailed contact information regarding who, and where their device is located for owner recovery.
- Red Warden does not use automated call systems; all calls are answered by real people.
- Removing our Red Warden track-your-device label from a device does not prevent us from identifying the lawful owner of the lost device.
- In most cases, devices will not be returned to anyone who cannot produce identification with the owner’s name listed on their identification, matching the name on the Red Warden 2 X 3 1/2-inch device label.
- Personalization enables the travel and hospitality industry with the ability to search, and instantly locate an owner in established databases before, during, and after traveling.
Red Warden stands for a combined goal: offer a highly valuable product at an unbelievably affordable price, and better our communities. Red Warden pledges a donation of 10 percent from every product sold that is associated with the label that has been personally designed by us for our selected charity partnerships.
Losing a device can be a frightening experience for anyone. At Red Warden we believe retrieving it does not have to be. It is estimated the cost to consumers is over $2 billion dollars a year in lost devices. With Red Warden, there is never be a monthly service charge after our product has been purchased, updating contact information is quick and easy, and members receive lifetime alerts for as long as they own their registered device.
Our mission is to amplify exposure for a list of remarkable charities that are truly making a difference in the world. We want to contribute to charity awareness because in today’s busy lifestyle, it is easy to become disengaged from the realities of our surroundings, thinking someone else is aiding those in need. The truth is, if we, as individuals, fail to take care of our neighbors, the essence of humanity will be lost forever. It is our objective to give our charities a platform to articulate an important message that reminds people that advancements are measured and achieved one supporter at a time. Originally, the Red Warden brand was characterized by three colors, today our colors are influenced by the shades of our affiliates to show off their colors for the world to see.
Absolutely not, from students and business professionals, to the average home having at least one laptop computer or tablet device makes our product ideal for every age. The fact is devices are turning up in lost-and-found offices daily in supermarkets, malls, and even vacation destinations in the US and around the world.
This track-your-device product makes perfect sense for devices used by younger children.
For student’s, whether in middle school, high school, or college, these devices are a modern necessity to make it through school, and the lack of quick retrieval can easily be the difference in a student’s grades.
If you are a business traveler, it is not uncommon to hear intercom pages of devices left at security checkpoints, in the seatback pockets on airplanes, in gate areas before departure, and in hotels while conducting business. The Red Warden personalized tracking labels for laptops and tablets enable the travel and hospitality industry with the ability to search, and instantly locate an owner in established databases before, during, and after traveling.
Imagine returning home only to find a message waiting for you that your device has been found. All through the use of a simple, yet very effective track-your-device approach costing not much more than a value meal. Be proactive, and not reactive.
The partnerships established with Red Warden are by design. We have selected charities that do not compete for funding, allowing those who purchase our product to choose a charity that supports a cause important to them.
With our dedication to our selected charities comes responsibility to our members. We take vetting charities very seriously before approaching an organization to support. Programs, financials, along with the success and accomplishments of each charity are examined and continuously monitored throughout the year. It is extremely important for us, and those who purchase our product, to have confidence in knowing donations from the purchase of our product actually contribute to the charity's cause — not just overhead and paychecks. The integrity of our call-to-action is to ensure all donated proceeds are being used effectively and efficiently.
Our objective is to create partnerships after a careful selection process with organizations holding an (A) rating with a charity watchdog called Charity Watch. Ten percent of the charities we are partnering with have a (B) rating, but these charities are achieving remarkable advancements and are worthy of our support.
Gaining support for our listed charities is a very important for Red Warden. Therefore, even if you do not purchase our locate-my-tablet or -laptop product but you believe in the supported charity cause listed on our website, nothing would make us happier than to know you are inspired to support these charities on your own even if you do not purchase our product. You will not only feel amazing about your decision to support a cause, but you may inspire others to do the same.
Our Red Warden track-your-device labels should be placed on the outside of a device, or the device’s cover for easy viewing.
For laptops, we recommend labels are placed on the backside of the viewing screen so onlookers can read the label’s warning statement when the device is in use.
Before placing a label on a device, ensure placement is where you want the label to remain permanently. For your protection labels are designed to be affixed only once.
(Yes) and (No) under the following conditions:
If your cellular telephone displays the device serial number on the outside and easily visible, this would be a great product to use on a cellular telephone. Additionally, before purchase the device owner must first insure the 2-inch by 3 ½ inch tracking label can fit on the telephone without obstructing any of its functions. Proper label placement must also allow the device serial number to be visible to the finder.
Most cellular telephones do-not display their serial numbers on the outside of a device, and wouldn’t be able to find it without going through the owner’s device setting to locate that needed serial number. In this case, using our track-my-device label is not feasible for a cell phone because we will not advise a finder to enter a cellular telephone which does not belong to them. Such actions may have legal ramifications and therefore we will never advise a finder to take such actions. Besides, if a cellular telephone was lost in an airport, TSA has a policy that prevents employees from turning on a cell phone, laptop, or tablet to locate an owner. Privatized airports hold the same policy.
We recommend taking a picture of the device plate located on the back of your laptop or tablet using your phone, then expand that picture for larger viewing to obtain your device’s serial number.