How do I file a report?
What information do I need to file a report?
Be prepared to provide detailed information about your animal and case. We will need your name, phone, pet’s name, age, breed, color, the location last seen, photos and any other relevant details. If you are filing a tack or equipment report similar data will be required.
If you file a stolen horse report, which is a criminal report, the law enforcement case number information is required. It is not required for non-criminal cases such as missing, searching for or lost and found. Do not include names of people or places that could be considered slander. If this happens the names will be removed by our staff.
Your report once paid in full, is automatically added to our website. A flyer is automatically generated by our website based on the information you input. All of this information will be displayed on our website.
When NetPosse Alerts are warranted, our staff has the right to change the content of your report or the status of a report filed. We also have the right to remove a report when our guidelines are not followed correctly. The site is set up for one animal for one report. Do not put multiple animals on one report. For custom cases please contact us for more information if you have questions.
Our easy to remember the name and recognizable logo/flyer are invaluable because NetPosse.com is well established and has an outstanding reputation. Our missing horse and equipment database makes it easy for someone to find and contact you right away. We request that you use our flyer when posting in public places and on social media. We do not use outside personal flyers.
What kind of reports can I file?
While we cannot guarantee results, NetPosse.com provides critical tools in the search for your equine, livestock, pets, tack, and equipment that cannot be found anywhere else for such a minimal fee. Victims may also have the benefit of more than 23 years of experience in the equine industry and theft situations through this dedicated volunteer organization and its extensive network of individuals, equine professionals, law enforcement agencies, and others who can aide in the recovery of your property.
You may file the following types of reports on our website for animals, equipment and cruelty as an owner, friend or finder.
Do I have to pay for the report?
Yes, all reports other than the found report have a small one-time fee. Additional report options are available. We require you to file ONE report PER animal or item that is missing/stolen etc. For search engine purposes and to be fair to everyone we may disable reports that violate this rule or we may charge additional fees.
How do I get back to my report?
If you have to leave your computer, or close a reporting window down you can return to it at a later date by logging into your account and clicking on My Registry/Reports. You will find all of your filed reports here. Click on any report to resume editing.