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1 comment:

  • gordon235 posted at 2:16 pm on Sun, Oct 13, 2013.

    gordon235 Posts: 1

    Very good article for seniors while traveling. Here's another way to keep the trip stress free... protect your valuables. Since we are all likely to lose or misplace stuff while traveling (passport, phone, luggage, purse, tablet, keys), give the finder a safe, private and secure way to get your lost item back to you quickly. My Stuff Lost and Found works for me...my lost passport found me with the recovery location the same day. The service is free and worldwide.

     

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