No, this isn’t possible. Foundspot doesn’t publish the details of any users in order to avoid people claiming what isn’t theirs. All notification are internally filtered by our systems to notify people who have either lost or found items.
The notifications are sent in real time. As soon as both parties inform us of their lost and found item a notification will be sent to them with their corresponding contact details.
Of course. We offer an option which allows you to submit only basic information so Foundspot can get in touch with you: all that’s needed is your name and email.
We also offer the option of registration through Facebook, Google+ or other types of log ins.
In the email which notifies the user of their found item, there is an authentication option in which they can confirm that the item is theirs. As a result, the item will automatically be removed from the search list. Also, if you find your item or pet on your own or the same but in case you get to reach the owner of the item or pet you found, you can remove it from the platform.
- It’s a way of showing your appreciation for the service provided. It helps us maintain the service in continuing to help people to find or register items.
- For all of us to make the most of Foundspot.
- To let you add a drop to the ocean of the funds we hope to have available to help others
Equally with the donations as the profits, they will be used to enhance the Foundspot site and for other social work projects. That’s why 30% of the benefits represent the total funds and will go to the following:
50% to national projects. Half of which will go to social works projects in one country in order to enable local action.
50% to international projects. This will go to countries where humanitarian aid is at its greatest and where they are most likely to benefit from the funds.
We are talking about benefits instead of revenues because first of all we have to ensure the maintaining of the platform and its solvency and stability.
We have calculated 30% in order to ensure that we are still able to continue spreading the Foundspot message all over the world/ In the near future we hope to increase this percentage to try and help even more people.