Individuals can register their assets for free, and update status if missing or stolen. Individual can transfer asset ownership to other members or have asset transferred to them. Individuals can search or verify assets.
You can add any asset that has either an electronic or physical unique identifier, e.g. mobile phones, computers (laptop, desktop, server etc), vehicles, luxury products (bags, watches, wallets, belts, sunglasses, shoes, etc), computer peripherals (printer, scanner, etc.), motorcycles, electronic systems (TV, music, video recorder), cameras, games devices, plant machinery, power generators, uninterrupted power supplies etc.
Assets can be added directly in the portal; however, business members have additional options to add or update assets, namely:
Asset registration in the portal requires only two mandatory fields, namely: product name and the primary unique identifier
Undisputedly, asset robbery and illegal transfer of both individual and business assets is becoming more real and happens more regularly, myAssetLookup offers a simple and reliable way of registering these valuable assets. If a registered asset gets stolen or missing, the owner will flag it as such. When an asset status is flagged as stolen or missing, this status will be shown to prospective buyers who search in myAssetLookup - this will deter the culprits from engaging in the robbery/stealing act.
myAssetLookup provides asset search service, which can be used to independently verify the ownership status of an asset before purchase. Matched search result will provide the ownership registration history of the asset (by the different registrants of the asset). Furthermore, for each registration record, it will provide the current and historical asset status, and warning if the asset has been flagged as missing or stolen by any of the registrants.
myAssetLookup search will prevent you from becoming an accomplice in stolen goods cases as the searched asset ownership and status history will be made available.
If a registered assets goes missing or stolen, you can flag it as stolen or missing; and this set status and additional information will show up when a potential buyer searches for the asset.
A search report does not disclose the name of the asset owners, however asset proof report does.
Any member who registers an asset can issue a proof key of the asset item, to any interested party, the proof key receiver can use it to confirm that the target asset actually belongs to the proof key provider.
The proof report is a certificate of ownership issued by the asset owner, and confirmed by the receiver. The issuer of the proof key (certificate) cannot deny the act. By issuing a proof key, the member issuing the key is asserting legal ownership of the target asset.
When buying second hand assets, request the seller to provide the myAssetLookup proof key; with the proof key, you can independently check in the portal for the asset and seller information.
Unlike asset search report, asset proof report with owner's permission; shows the personal details e.g. names, address, and telephone number of the proof key issuer.
Search report shows the ownership registration history of the asset (by the different registrants of the asset); and for each registration record, it will provide the current and historical asset status, and warning if the asset has been flagged as missing or stolen by any of the registrants.
On the other hand, the proof report is a certificate of ownership issued by the asset owner, and confirmed by the receiver. The issuer of the proof key (certificate) cannot deny the act. By issuing a proof key, the member issuing the key is asserting legal ownership of the target asset.
Any two individual or business members can transfer asset between them and is subject to the potential recipient accepting the request for transfer initiated by the current asset holder or seller.
For any transfer conducted, the portal will keep the evidence of the ownership transfer between the two parties.
Trading businesses at the point of sales can initiate ownership transfer of asset to customers who have myAssetLookup account. Know-your-Seller (KYS) and Know-Your-Buyer (KYB) made easier.
Organizations and government using myAssetLookup can use it to legitimately transfer asset to individual or other organizations.
Our business members are provided with bulk load option for adding assets or updating asset status. The bulk option allows members to upload a flat file containing new assets to be added or assets to be updated with new status.
To ensure data integrity and validity, myAssetLookup will validate the uploaded data, display the validation result; if the validation is successful, then the requested operation will be carried out.
myAssetLookup provides dynamic report dashboard where business members can create asset reports based on status, date added or updated.
A member with business account can invite other members of the company to the team's business account.
Any team member can be granted or denied access to specified asset groups and operations within the portal.
Provides detailed audit trail of operations by team members
myAssetLookup provides business members with restful API which can seamlessly integrate the portal services into their business applications.
Entirely free service: You can use the found asset module of myAssetLookup to add missing asset that is found by you, while those looking for the missing asset can search the portal to see if it has been found by anyone.
When the owner of a missing asset finds it listed as found, using the in-mail; contact can be made to initiate the verification and collection process.
To ensure this process is not abused, the portal will list all previously posted assets and reunite-status; this will indicate the genuineness of the poster found-asset claims.
Members can report found-asset posting as abuse, this will deter other members from contacting persons posting frivolous found-assets.
When a found-asset that matches reported missing or stolen is added to the portal, the portal will automatically send in-mail to any member who had flagged such a registered asset as missing or stolen.