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Background

This project was inspired several years ago while watching a news report on the increasing rate of kidnappings, ransoms and missing persons cases.

Heartbroken by the words of a mourning mother whose child fell victim to a kidnapper, we came to notice that despite the precaution measures we as parents take to keep our children safe, life’s mishaps can have detrimental effects on those we love.

Over the past several years, we worked on creating a product that would guarantee both, the safety of our children and a guardian’s peace of mind.

What originally started as a general concept, has now turned into a product unlike any other in the market. Our "Kit de Pulseras Anti-Secuestro"/"Anti-Kidnapping Wristbands Kit" is the end result of several years of research, construction, trial and legal processes.

This invention has been fully patented in Mexico and is in the process of being patented in the United States and internationally. Now, we are seeking to introduce this item into the American market since we believe that this revolutionary idea is like no other and can significantly reduce the rate of missing persons in the U.S.

Our Mission

The objective of this product is to prevent the ransom, abduction, and/or other harmful situations, which involve those we love. This product is meant for children, but can be adapted to hospitals, asylums, childcares, mental institutions, or any facility, which dedicates itself to the caring of people who are dependent upon others (i.e. babies, children, mentally challenged individuals, children with special needs, senior citizens dealing with memory loss, etc.).

Use Flexibility

Given the capability of the technology being used in this product, it's usage has much flexibility. As explained, the purpose of this product is to protect human beings who need it the most. Of course, the adaptability of this product would allow itself to be applicable to material posessions. For instance, it could be used as a "low-jack" on cars and personal computers, etc. The application would be similar if not the same, and the use would be the same.


News Flash

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Credit: UNICEF/IRIN

According to the F.B.I. and the National Institute of Justice, on any given day, there are as many as 100,000 active missing persons cases in the United States, and every year, tens of thousands of people vanish under suspicious circumstances.

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Credit: The Wounded Project

Becoming a Member

The purpose of this website is to both, introduce this new product, and to find a sponsor, partner or investor for the production of the project in the United States. Another option would be to sell this new invention to an organization that may be interested in the safety of individuals, especially children.

To do this, you can contact us via email to arrange conference calls and/or face to face meetings, or snail mail contact.




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Questions or comments? Get in touch with us at:

Domingo Vargas, Inventor, Founder

Adriana Vargas, Communications

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