IdentityPal Lost and Found 1.0
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|The purpose of this free service and software is to help ensure that your lost USB drive gets safely returned to you using IdentityPal's FREE Postage-Paid Return Mailing Service.|
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36|
|OS||Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista|
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IdentityPal's latest software/service product is the FREE Lost & Found USB Drive Recovery Service. The purpose of this free service and software is to help ensure that your lost USB drive gets safely returned to you using IdentityPal's Free Postage-Paid Return Mailing Service. This free service ships a lost USB drive back to its registered owner while keeping their personal information totally private. If your lost USB drive is found by someone, this software will automatically launch when the drive is inserted into a computer. All the person needs to do is print out the "LOST USB DRIVE" page located on the main screen and then bring it to their local post office. Your USB drive will be sent to our processing warehouse, your Tracking ID confirmed, and then your drive will be shipped back to you at no charge!
Just download the ZIP file, copy the files to the root directory of your USB drive, and you're good to go. No installation necessary!
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P3 or greater with 256mb RAM
| Free Download IdentityPal Lost and Found 1.0 from identitypal.com|
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