Recovery Stories

22 May 2017

Good Samaritan called STOP's 24/7 Recovery Hotline to report that he found a laptop in a laptop bag street near a university in St. Louis, MO. STOP identified and notified rightful owner. Laptop recovered by owner.

19 May 2017

A U-Haul facility manager in Norristown, Penn. called STOP's 24/7 recovery hotline to report that a renter had left behind laptop on a rental vehicle. The STOP ID that the manager provided to STOP was registered to a charter school in Pennsylvania. STOP notified the administrator at the charter school, who advised STOP that this laptop was recycled by the school and is free and clear.

17 May 2017

Good Samaritan called STOP to report he found a STOP-tagged laptop on road in Lombard, IL. STOP is in process of identifying owner to arrange recovery.

17 May 2017

A company-owned laptop was forgotten by employee/user on Delta flight. Recovered at Reagan Airport, DC by Delta Lost & Found, who notified STOP. STOP notified registered owner, who has recovered the laptop.

11 May 2017

Good Samaritan called STOP's recovery hotline to report that he found a STOP-tagged laptop on side of road in Lubbock TX.

4 May 2017

A company-owned laptop was left by an employee on a Delta flight that terminated in Washington, DC. Delta notified STOP, and STOP notified registered owner. Recovery process is underway.

1 May 2017

A company-owned laptop was left by employee at TSA checkpoint. TSA recovered the laptop and reported to STOP on our 24/7 Reovery Hotline. STOP notified registered owner. Laptop has been recovered.

25 Apr 2017

Laptop left in cab, and returned to owner by cab company.

19 Apr 2017

Laptop registered to a school district, and possibly stolen, was left behind by an evicted apartment tenant in Sacramento, California. Registered owner notified, verification process pending.

10 Apr 2017

A Goodwill store in Spokane, Washington took in a donated laptop with STOP Security Plate affixed. Called STOP to verify. STOP contacted registered owner and verified this device is free and clear for legitimate resale.