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    Inventory your stuff...

    Heres a link to an article about a free online inventory service that might be useful to some of us. I haven't tried it and can't vouch for it but it sounds safe and practical. If anyone knows more please chime in.. I also included the link to "Leadsonline" and "Reportit".


    http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/htm...yndication=rss

    http://www.leadsonline.com/main/default.aspx

    http://reportit.leadsonline.com/main/mainPage.aspx
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    Thanks for the link
    Ive read about this recently.
    The article I read posted a picture of the Webmaster in charge of their website...


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    Quote Originally Posted by dontyoueatthatyellowsnow
    Stan
    Thanks for the link
    Ive read about this recently.
    The article I read posted a picture of the Webmaster in charge of their website...

    I don't know man...the internet seems like a great place to list all your valuable worldly possessions...

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    national bike registry

    Timely thread. I was just gathering all of my bike serial numbers to register here. I don't know anything about the service you mentioned, but this one - the National Bike Registry - is pretty established and already referenced by many law enforcement agencies. It's bike-specific, of course, but I think that has advantages.
    We still hang bike thieves in Wyoming [Pedal House]

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    I just put all mine on a spread sheet with columns for make, model, size, color, serial number and build. Made a copy of it and put it on a disc with pictures of them all and gave it to my insurance guy. I don;t see the need to go out and give all your information to anyone else before you get ripped off.....it's just one more chance that some guy working somewhere is dishonest and sells your info to a bad guy that will rip you off. You're always better off if you keep things tighter to the vest and not give out info.
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    My only irreplaceable item is my Xizang, its frame # is listed on RBUK's Xizang serial thread, but not the location of my secret subterranean lair where it's kept.
    5 is the old new black; 6 is the new new black...

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    True story: I had a neighbor who asked me if I saw anything "funny" in her yard.

    Turns out, she listed her husband's motorcycle on CL. Some guy called, got her address and set up an appointment for Sunday. Sat night, it was stolen from her garage.

    I asked her if the guy showed up for the Sunday appointment.

    She said "You know, he never did...."

    I told her, "Yeah, he did. Only a few hours early".

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