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A Brand New Tracking Method That Fits Anybody’s Budget.

Have you ever gone shopping and forgot where you parked your car? It’s happened to all of us. And wandering through the parking lot on a hot day clicking the panic button so your alarm goes off can be frustrating and irritating.

Now you don’t need an expensive GPS unit or annoying monthly subscription service to keep tabs on your car. You can track your vehicle without breaking the bank and it’s easier than you ever thought it could be!

As you know, most aftermarket GPS tracking units are expensive and must be installed by a professional. Similar services offered by car manufacturers as a “concierge service” are actually expensive monthly subscriptions that they conveniently hide in you car payment. Either way, they are both costly and require you to pay a monthly bill just to maintain the service. But don’t we already pay enough monthly bills?

The good news for you is technology is solving many of life’s most annoying problems: Like losing and forgetting where you parked your car!

One company has created a tiny device with an advanced tracking app that works with iPhone or Android phones and it could be exactly what you’re looking for.
What is it?

It’s called TrackR, it’s about the size of a quarter and it’s revolutionizing the way we keep track of our important things.

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How does it work?

Simple! You only need to install the thin battery in the TrackR, download the free app on your iPhone or Android, link the device to the app and then attach TrackR to whatever you want to keep tabs on. In less than 5 minutes you are ready to go!

Once it’s all set up you can even attach it to your suitcases when you travel, cars, your keys, your wallet, your expensive electronics and anything else you can think of.
The possibilities are endless!

Tracking your stuff really is that easy. No monthly subscriptions or bills to pay! You have enough stress to deal with – let TrackR keep tabs on your valuables while you tend to life’s real problems.

Lets say you want to track your car, simply hide the tiny device anywhere like under the floor mats, in the glove compartment or in the trunk. (Somewhere it won’t be found if your car gets stolen!)

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Now, if you ever forget where you parked your car you can quickly find it using your smartphone. All you need to do is open the app on your phone, click on the “find device” icon and it will tell you exactly where the TrackR was last seen and the coordinates of it’s current location.

Check out the video below if you want to see it in action.
You’re probably wondering, “how much is this thing going to cost me?”

Unlike most of the GPS tracking units sold today, the TrackR only costs $29! That’s a small price to pay for peace of mind isn’t it?
Now you’re probably wondering “Where can I buy one?”

You can buy it directly from the company’s website!

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Okay, but what else can it do?

As we said before the TrackR has unlimited possibilities. Do you have a pet that is always getting lost? Attach it to their collar and track them when they run out of the house. Do you find yourself misplacing your wallet or keys too often? Then attach it to them and never worry about them again!

The TrackR even comes with two sided tape so you can stick it to flat surfaces like underneath bike seats or your expensive electronic devices (because bikes & electronics are easy targets for thieves!)
Attach it to anything that’s important, valuable or easy to lose and then relax…

Now that you’re aware of the potential of this genius invention, we’ll go over how easy it is to use & set up, just so you don’t have any doubts:

Buy the TrackR today and it will be delivered to you in about a week.
When you get it, install the battery in the TrackR, download the app on your iPhone or Android and link the device to the app, and then hide the device in your car (or attach it to anything else you want to track)
Relax. Now you don’t have to worry about losing your valuables. TrackR has you covered!

PRO TIP: TrackR is a great gift idea because THERE IS NO MONTHLY SUBSCRIPTION!

They have an amazing summertime sale going on right now and if you buy 4 TrackR’s they will send you 4 additional Trackr’s for FREE!

So pick up 4 TrackR’s and get 4 for FREE so you and your family can keep track of everything: Suitcases, pets, keys, bikes, toys, and even electronics like your iPad, laptop or kindle!
As Simple As That!

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WOW... how many times have we needed this device...
EVERYDAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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