LOST ITEMS AFTER PARTYING
It happens, no-one’s judging after a night out and lost items after a party is a regular occurrence.
If you have lost your jacket, bag, wallet or any item or felt that the item has been stolen then there are ways to contact the venues. Many London bars and nightclubs are closed on Sunday and even Monday. It may be natural to first thing to call them up, however the best tip is pop them an email. Most circumstance on Sunday’s especially bars and nightclubs are closed but the events team will see the email before the phone answer message.
MISPLACED AT BAR OR NIGHTCLUB
We have had many emails from numerous customers who we have organised their nights out and they contact us after and there have been many occasions where there have been many ongoing emails from there as they have left no telephone number. To save yourself sometime, in the email clearly describe the item and if it’s a bag some of the contents and write your telephone number in the email. In all cases it is best to cc the events, service company, promoter with whom you originally booked with in the email to the London bar or nightclub where you lost your item.
If you have found out that your item has been stolen in at London venue, it is best advised to inform the manager and not to call the police to the venue. If it is a phone that has been stolen it is advisable to call your mobile service provider immediately from a friends phone. If you are alone, venue managers will allow you to use their phone or the office line. Call the service provider inform them to block your phone and then call 101. Please do not call 999 for a lost or stolen phone remember to call 101.
NOT TO PANIC after the party
The main thing is to not panic, most smart phones have a back up facility and we hope that you have insurance so not all will be lost. If it is an item of sentimental value that has been lost – we can only hope fingers crossed that someone honest finds it and returns it back to you. We do suggest to be patient – easier said than done but it’s true.
Some more tips about retrieving items in general can be found here.