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Cost For My Service
All Recoveries are on a REWARD System - so we DO ask for a reward based on what the lost item is worth to you and what you can afford. I charge a $35 call out fee to search for your lost item.
All travel and incidental fees will be agreed upon prior to rendering any services.
We gladly accept VISA, Mastercard, American Express, Discover or Cash.
Call us as soon as you can! As much as you may want to, it’s best not to dig through the sand (it can dislodge, sink or even move your item making it more difficult to find). Be aware that people may have seen that you’ve lost something valuable and they may return when you leave, so time is of the essence! Be sure you only reveal the location of your valued item to a trusted source - the sooner you call us, the better our chance to successfully recover your lost treasure!
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Beaches, Ocean/Lakes (up to 3ft depth), Yards, Parks and Athletic Fields. With permission... Private property and some Parks and Athletic Fields
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Emerald Isle, NC Atlantic Beach, NC Morehead City,NC Hubert,NC Jacksonville,NC , Surf City
Steven Ray's Bio
I have been detecting seriously since 2012. All metal detectors used are waterproof I am retired from government service and now when not searching for a customer’s lost item, I can usually be found on the beaches searching for other treasures!
Steven Ray - Recent Blog Post
Jon was preparing to play volleyball when he placed his sentimental necklace in a bag for safe keeping. On the journey from the beach house to the shoreline beach, the necklace slipped out of the bag and hide in the soft sand. A phone call to me later that evening was to request to rent […]
Christian was spending a beautiful day on the beach with his 9 month old along his side. For safe keeping, Christian placed his wedding ring in one of his shoes that he had removed. Seeing that his little one needed attention, he leaned over to tend to his child when his foot kicked and accidentally […]
Heather sent me a text message that her daughter had lost her ring at the beach the previous evening. Shortly after receiving her text, I headed to the beach to begin the search. One of Heather’s friends was at the location with the young lady and showed me the area to begin the search. Within […]
While surfing the North Carolina coastline with friends, Marcus was hit by a wave that sent him off of his board. Unfortunately, he also felt his wedding ring slip off of his finger into the surf. Marcus informed me later that this ring belonged to his late grandfather who Never took it off. Marcus’s mother […]
While flying a kite on Emerald Isle beach, the string slid past the young lady’s ear and pulled her earring out. Unable to locate the earring in the dry sand during the windy day, they decided to call me later that evening to help in the search and recovery. We used the remaining earring to […]