Complaint Review: Recipero Ltd.
Recipero Ltd. (AKA reportMyloss.com, nmpr.com, nmpr.net, thenmpr.com, tracechecker.com, CheckMEND.com, Immobilize.net, Immobilise.com) is covering up theft reports. Search results don't show devices that have been reported stolen in Recipero's databases that it claims to search. Internet
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Yup, Recipero is efffectively covering up theft reports.
I've had a few devices stolen and reported the serial numbers to the local police and entered them directly into Recipero's databases, via Recipero's Immobilize.net and Immobilise.com websites. Even though the Immobili[s|z]e sites show them as stolen, when I check the main Recipero website at TraceChecker.com, it is MIS-REPORTING THEFT STATUS!
When I check Trace, for example
tracechecker.com/_search.php?searchfor=W88090JSYJX&agreeterms=on , I get this result:
Trace HAS NO records that indicate the serial number you have checked is associated with an item that has been reported as not being in the hands of the legal owner. [continued below]....
(You can create a (free) account and check for yourself.)
That's for S/N w88090jsyjx or S/N GB015AQLZ3A, which show as reported stolen in my immobilize.net account.
Search results don't show devices that have been reported stolen in Recipero's databases that it claims to search.
To their credit, after I reported this a month ago (23 September 2014), they at least 'fessed up; they confirmed just 2 days later that "The Trace service no longer includes records from Immobilise". They admitted that they needed to update their website to stop claiming that it did. Yet today, their websites still have terribly deceptive information that leads all their user to the false belief that using the Immobili[s|z]e sites, they can report their losses in a way that will be very visible to anyone looking to avoid trafficking in stolen goods. For example:
tracechecker.com/report_stolen_goods.php (archive.today/vmGN5) still says: "To report stolen goods, simply create an account on Trace's sister site Immobilize.net." (They say the same thing at tracechecker.com/about_trace.php archive.today/Cu4Cd), adding "This information is instantly reflected to the police, trade and the buying public via Trace." ). These statements and others are not true however. tracechecker.com/citizen_checking.php similarly fibs : "You can check by serial number for any item of property and we will tell you if it's been recorded as stolen on our huge databases of information - all FREE of charge. " This is bullshit!
When one reports a device lost, as I just did, one gets an untrue notice like this:
You have reported your Apple 15 MacBook Pro (Computer) as lost. The details of this loss have been recorded on Trace (America's largest database of stolen goods) and CheckMEND (The international databases of stolen goods used by Law Enforcement, the Second Hand Trade and the Public to identify stolen goods). If the item turns up, don't forget to update your account on Immobilize.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/24/2014 01:22 AM and is a permanent record located here: https://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/recipero-ltd/internet/recipero-ltd-aka-reportmylosscom-nmprcom-nmprnet-thenmprcom-tracecheckercom-c-1184658. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year. Ripoff Report has an exclusive license to this report. It may not be copied without the written permission of Ripoff Report. READ: Foreign websites steal our content
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