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Lost and Found Ad in Newspapers across India.
मैं सीता पुत्री श्री राम लाल निवासी ३०२, गली नंबर ८, पुस्ता रोड, खोंडा, गाजियाबाद के सभी मूल दस्तावेज जिनमे दसमी पास साल २०१४, बाहरवीं पास साल २०१६, वास्तव मैं कही खो गए है, पानेवाले को उचित इनाम दिया जायेगा सम्पर्क करेView More
I, Suresh Kumar, have lost my original 10 receipts of my purchase of Flat No. 504, of Sapna Associates Ltd., Nazibabad, Numbered 19801-19901. If found, please contact: 9810904604View More
My Original Qualifying Marksheet of Seconday Examination of Year 2015 Roll No. 9216705 issued by CBSE has been actually lost. Rakesh # 9810904604, E-mail: email@example.comView More
I Shiv Kumar Paul S/o Shriram Paul R/o 312, Sector-3, Rohini, New Delhi have Lost my Property Sale Deed, allotment letter, Agreement to sale & other document. Finder contact: 9810904604View More
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A lot of people lose their important documents viz. certificates, Mark sheets, Driving license, precious jewellery, cash, wallet, etc. Individuals who lose such belongings often get panic-stricken and do not know how to proceed to retrace the lost item. During such times, one should ideally make announcements of their lost belonging so that anyone who has come across can help recover the articles. One of the best ways to make such announcements is via newspaper adverts.
Lost and Found advertisement is the term used for a newspaper advert that makes a public announcement of a lost thing. Such posts are published by those who have lost something precious or essential. They are also popularly known as document lost ad, document missing advertisement, etc.
Almost every news journal provides ad space for such notices be it national dailies, regional newspapers, community or local papers, etc. You might have come across such posts in The Times of India, Hindustan Times, Dainik Jagran, Navbharat Times, Deccan Chronicle, Deccan Herald etc.
Newspapers are the best to share certificate lost advertisement with a large population pool.
You can choose any of the following formats to create your Lost and found advertisement copy depending on your budget:
• Classified Text ads: These are Black and White posts that you might have seen in abundance in a newspaper classified ad supplement.
• Classified Display ads: These are the posts that incorporate coloured font and bold letters to highlight the notice. The purpose is to grab the reader attention. You might have seen some coloured-text notices popping up from the middle of many black and white ones in a classified ad supplement. In terms of pricing, they are costlier than the former ones.
• Display adverts: They are for commercial advertising but can work very well for a Lost and Found notice as well because they incorporate images to substantiate the text. Hence, you will be able to provide detailed description of your lost item along with the photograph of the same.
It is always a good idea to provide the photograph of the missing thing along with the description to back the latter. Also, do not forget to mention your contact details viz. your phone number or e-mail ID in the notice or else people will not be able to connect with you.
You need not go to the newspaper booking centre and reserve your ad slot for lost and found ads with a few finger clicks while sitting in the comfort of your home. You can make all your bookings via Myadvtcorner that will not just speed-up your booking process but will provide you Value-For-Money as well.
Our customer assistance team will help you draft your notice specifically for the item that you have lost and not insist you for a generic notice. For instance certificate lost ad in newspaper in case you have misplaced your certificates, etc.
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