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Sandra Bullock – If only she had SnapMail Emergency

Imagine discovering this scruffy bearded lump strolling through your house, having bypassed the security cameras and barbed wire at your front entrance?  Well, that’s the sight a petrified Sandra Bullock witnessed in June 2014, which forced her to hide in a closet and call 911.

That lump, Joshua Corbett, was charged with forcing his way into Bullock’s house while she was inside.  LAPD cops later found an extensive weapons arsenal at his home that included assault rifles and machine guns.  (I bet he only needed the machine gun for ‘protection’!)  Corbett is pleading not guilty to 19 felony charges, but with bail set at $2.2m it is unlikely he will be going anywhere soon.

The free SnapMail app is a powerful weapon which can be used against stalkers because as well as capturing their photo for subsequent identification, it also places them at a specific place at a specific time.  But, even we would (begrudgingly!) admit that it’s no match for a loaded machine gun in the hands of a mad man.

The premium version of SnapMail, called SnapMail Emergency, contains the added feature of notifying up to 5 of your friends by SMS and by e-mail if you fail to click the link in an e-mail that has been sent to you.  Sandra Bullock could have done with something like that.

Download it for FREE by clicking here.


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SnapMail – Its not just for Kids

According to the Home Office in the UK, an estimated 250,000 people go missing each year, with 140,000 of them being under the age of 18.  The numbers are significantly greater in the US, where a child goes missing every 40 seconds. This amounts to a staggering 800,000 children who disappear every year.  The SnapMail App may be able to prevent some of these disappearances.  It is a free mobile app that offers protection for people in vulnerable situations.  With a single click of the “Take SnapMail Photo” button the user can send a photo of where he or she is, or who he or she is with, to a registered email address and simultaneously to a private account on the SnapMail website.

 

A paid version of SnapMail, called SnapMail Emergency, is also available, which has the added feature of notifying up to 5 of your friends or relatives by text and e-mail if you fail to respond to a SnapMail e-mail message confirming that you are ok.

 

But it’s not just kids that go missing.  Here are 4 of the most mysterious disappearances in history, each of which could possibly have been prevented had the SnapMail app been available at the time, and all of which we’re sure you’ve never heard of.

 

Louis Le Prince

Considered as one of the great cinematographers of his age and also the inventor of the very first motion picture film, Louis Le Prince disappeared in 1890.  His work precedes the works of the more celebrated inventor Thomas Edison.  Louis Le Prince filmed the first moving sequences with a 16- lens camera in New York in 1886. En route to Paris to visit his sibling, Louis strangely vanished from the train he was on.  Despite careful examination, no concrete evidence of his disappearance was found.  He was never seen again.  Various speculations surrounding his disappearance include assassination, suicide and death by drowning.

 

Ambrose Gwinnet Bierce

Before Ambrose Gwinnet Pierce became a journalist and writer, he was an officer in the US Army and he also fought in the US Civil War.  His experiences in the war shaped most of his writing, which were very satirical in nature.  His most famous work “The Devil’s Dictionary” started off as a newspaper column, consisting of satirical definitions of English words and political mockery.  Proponents of his work considered him ‘the master of pure English’.  While in Mexico to visit a war camp, Ambrose vanished without a trace.  Some theories surrounding his disappearance have included being killed in the Mexican Revolution and suicide.

 

Maura Murray (See attached Photo)

In 2004, Maura Murray, a typical university student from New Hampshire, USA lied to her professors about a death in the family so she could be excused from classes. On her way back home, she crashed her car.   Amazingly, the emergency crew never found any trace of her when they arrived at the scene. She has never been found. 11 years since her disappearance, there have never been any suspects and her whereabouts remain a mystery.

 

April Fabb

In 1969, April Fabb was riding her bicycle in Norfolk, England to her brother in-law’s house to deliver cigarettes as a birthday present for him.  Minutes into the journey, her bicycle was found by the road but 13 year-old April had vanished. Despite investigations, there was no evidence as to what had happened to her.  She wasn’t the type of person to run away from home and her fate is still unknown.

 

SnapMail will never be able to prevent the disappearance of everyone but, at least it could leave a record about who they may have met or where they were.  Download it now for free by clicking here.  If you are happy with the basic features of it, you can always upgrade to SnapMail Emergency at some point in the future.

 


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Here’s Johnny! Not when you have the SnapMail app

One of the most famous movie stills in history is the one where Jack Nicholson sticks his face through the broken door in the 1980 horror movie The Shining and shouts “Here’s Johnny”.

It’s an extremely frightening scene to watch, not to mention what it would be like to experience in real life.

Back in those days unless you had a fixed line phone handy your ability to call for help was limited to the strength of your vocal chords, and given where the house was located even those wouldn’t do you much good.

Today, if you find yourself in a similar situation the chances are you will have your mobile phone nearby.  The first call should obviously be the cops, but if ‘Johnny’ knows that it could take the police 30 minutes to arrive, that may not be much of a deterrent.

But what if Johnny was SnapMailed and realised that committing the perfect murder was actually not going to be all that perfect because his photograph would be sitting in your Inbox, as well as in your SnapMail account, long after Johnny headed for the forest.  Of course he could steal your phone, and of course he could try to delete the e-mail, but not even Johnny could access your SnapMail account, and even if he did, the photos can’t be deleted for 30 days.

Not even Johnny is that mad!


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How SnapMail can eliminate crime in Taxis and Mini-cabs

In most countries there is no protective barrier between a taxi driver and the passengers, with London and New York being the obvious exceptions.  This leaves a taxi driver heavily exposed to an attack from behind.

 

The SnapMail app can act as a very useful crime preventative tool for taxi drivers to protect themselves by letting every passenger know that their photo has been taken and uploaded to a website.  A simple sign in every cab which says “You’ve been SnapMailed” immediately highlights to any ‘would-be’ attackers that they are caught even before they start.  That is a powerful deterrent for even the most aggressive criminal.

 

Taxi drivers can avoid the accusation of discrimination by certain elements of the community by getting in to the habit of photographing every passenger who gets in to his or her taxi.  It is a simple one-click process and can easily be done without detection.

 

In addition to preventing crimes like assault or robbery, the SnapMail app can also act as a great deterrent against passengers doing a runner on paying fares.  Would someone really do a runner for €15 to avoid paying a fare if they knew their photo was sitting in the taxi drivers account on the SnapMail website?

 

The SnapMail app is free to download and every taxi driver and mini-cab driver should have it on their phone.

 

SnapMail – it could save your life!


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Child Snatchers – The SnapMail App will make you think twice

It is almost certainly every parent’s worst nightmare.  You turn your back for one minute and your child vanishes.  Although child abduction is not actually very common the nature of the crime is so despicable that it receives an inordinate amount of media coverage, not least because some of the higher profile cases are never solved.

We believe the SnapMail App may be able to play a role in the prevention of child abduction, and may also be able to help achieve a speedy resolution in some cases.

Most kids these days, above the age of 6, know how to use a mobile phone.  If they can use a mobile phone, they can use the SnapMail App on a mobile phone – it’s that simple.

If an abducted child can get access to their mobile phone for as little as 3-4 seconds he or she can take a photo of the abductor with a single click on the SnapMail App.  The photo is then automatically sent to a pre-registered e-mail address and it is also uploaded to the SnapMail website.  An abductor cannot delete a photo from the website.

If an abductor realises that his photo has been captured and sent/saved elsewhere, is he really going to continue the abduction?  Almost certainly not.

Even if the child cannot take a photo of the abductor, if (say) he or she was in the boot of the car, any photo the child takes may provide clues to help resolve the crime.  Moreover, all SnapMail photos contain a geo-location feature so a simple snap automatically records where the child is located (and the time), even if nothing can be garnered from the photos.

The SnapMail App is free and can be used in a whole range of scenarios, other than the one presented here.

Download it today – it could save your life.

 


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SnapMail could save your kid’s life

SnapMail is a mobile phone app which takes a photo and e-mails the photo with a single click.  In addition to e-mailing the photo, it also uploads it to the SnapMail website.

There are many uses for such an app, but one particular use is the area of child security, something that is more important today than even before.

Let’s consider a particularly nasty situation.  Say a 10 year old kid is snatched by someone against their will and driven off somewhere.  A kid in that situation clearly would not be able to make a phone call with a concealed mobile phone for more than a couple of seconds and he/she would definitely not be able to take a photo, attach it to an e-mail, enter an e-mail address and send the e-mail.

But, there is a good chance the kid would be able to take one photograph.  And if the kid could take one photo and have it automatically e-mailed to a guardian, and automatically uploaded to his/her SnapMail account on the website, that could be the difference between life and death.

If a criminal discovered that his photo had been e-mailed, together with a date and time stamp, as well as the geo-location of where the photo was taken, wouldn’t he be less likely to commit the crime.  And, in a worst case scenario, if he did commit the crime, wouldn’t it at least make it somewhat easier to catch him, bring him to justice and prevent him from repeat offending.

Download the free SnapMail app today on iTunes and Google Play.  It could save your kid’s life.


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How SnapMail can help prevent a Rape

A woman walking home on her own after a night out is vulnerable to an attack and rape.  The SnapMail app has been designed to act as a rape deterrent and hopefully protect the woman.

With current mobile phones the woman could take a photograph of the rapist before he raped her.  But what use is that if he steals her phone?  If she could have e-mailed the photo to someone, such as her friend or even herself, so that even if her phone was taken she would have a photo of the rapist, that would certainly prove a deterrent to the rapist, but there’s no way she would have the time to take a photo and attach it to an e-mail, before typing the e-mail address and hitting the Send button.

This is where the SnapMail App comes in very handy!

With just a single click, the woman takes a photo and e-mails it to herself.  And not only does she e-mail it to herself, the image is also uploaded to her own private account on the SnapMail website.

What would a potential rapist do if he was told “You’ve been SnapMailed.  Your photo has been e-mailed and also saved on the SnapMail website.”


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SnapMail App as a tool to prevent Stalking

Stalking can come in various guises, but the net effect is nearly always the same – it leaves the victim feeling scared, threatened and vulnerable.

You are being stalked when a person repeatedly watches, follows or harasses you, making you feel afraid or unsafe. A stalker can be someone you know, a past boyfriend or girlfriend or a stranger. While the actual legal definition varies from one state to another, here are some examples of what stalkers may do:

  • Show up at your home or place of work unannounced or uninvited.
  • Send you unwanted text messages, letters, emails and voicemails.
  • Leave unwanted items, gifts or flowers.
  • Constantly call you and hang up.
  • Use social networking sites and technology to track you.
  • Spread rumors about you via the internet or word of mouth.
  • Make unwanted phone calls to you.
  • Call your employer or professor.
  • Wait at places you hang out.
  • Use other people as resources to investigate your life. For example, looking at your facebook page through someone else’s page or befriending your friends in order to get more information about you.
  • Damage your home, car or other property.

It is important for a stalking victim to keep as much evidence as possible to be able to demonstrate to investigators the nature and frequency of the stalking.  The SnapMail app can prove a useful tool in this regard.

By recording a photograph of the stalker and having the photographs time stamped and location stamped a victim can build up a comprehensive dossier of the stalkers behaviour.  As well as providing a record it can also prove a useful deterrent if/when the stalker learns that he/she is leaving a trail of evidence.

Keep your SnapMail app handy – it could save your life!


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SnapMail App helps to prevent rape, assault, robbery and murder

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It’s not very often you come across a new idea which can help prevent a wide range of crimes, such as rape, assault, robbery, murder, kidnap or even stalking.  But the new SnapMail app does in fact achieve this.

What’s clever about this app, which can be downloaded on both Android and Apple mobile phones, is that it places a potential criminal in a difficult position before he or she commits the crime.  What SnapMail does is take a photograph of the criminal with a single, simple click and simultaneously sends this photo both to you own e-mail address and to your private account on the SnapMail website.

A would-be criminal, on learning that their photograph has been taken is much less likely to commit the crime, whether that is rape, assault, robbery or murder, knowing that their mug has been recorded for all to see.  In addition to the photograph being date and time stamped, it is also tagged for its location, making it almost impossible for the criminal to claim he was somewhere else at the time the crime was committed.

The SnapMail app is free to download.

A premium version of the app, called SnapMail Emergency, can also be downloaded for a small monthly payment.  This has some awesome additional features, such as sending an e-mail to a friend of yours if you haven’t responded to an e-mail that was sent to you within 5 minutes of you taking a SnapMail Emergency photograph.  It is well worth the money.

The SnapMail app has enormous potential in the whole area of crime prevention.