had to be a better way! You arrived early at the airport,
waited on long lines and checked your bags. You then
proceeded to security, were x-rayed and wanded (maybe
even removed your shoes), only to be informed that you
are in possession of an item on the prohibited list
(Swiss Army knife, scissors). And now it’s too
late to put it in your checked-in luggage. Millions
of Americans have had this experience.
Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has reported
that over 10 million items have been confiscated from
the traveling public since 9/11. Until now, you had
little choice but to “contribute to the security
of America” by turning over your personal belongings
and watch as they were tossed in a bin with hundreds
of other confiscated items. It doesn’t have to
happen any longer!
is a better way and the better way is MailBack™,
“the airport envelope”, a “personal
property return system.”
is a pre-packaged, pre-stamped, bubble lined envelope.
Made of DuPont™ Tyvek® brand protective material.
Also included is “point safe”, a patent
pending sheath designed to protect sharp points from
piercing the envelope from the inside, plus a pen to
address it on the spot.
(It’s easy) Buy it – Address
It - Mail It. And BAM,
dropped in a mail box, MailBack™
containing your property will travel
first-class through the U.S. Postal Service (to any
United States destination), whether it catches up to
you at your final destination or back to your home.
Kaufman, President of Self Defenses, the company that
spearheaded and produces MailBack™
commented, “As we ensure national security and
public safety, we no longer have to compromise the rights
of individuals and their property.
at various airports, have already proven to be very
successful, with acceptance by the public, TSA and airline
agents. This cooperative solution to confiscation is
a win-win-win situation.
is made in the USA, and will be sold at airport retailers
and airline ticket counters close to security checkpoints.
From $4.95 to $6.95. Available now at Hudson News, the
transportation retail specialists. And everywhere on
or before the Fourth of July.
if you should find yourself in this predicament, just
ask for “The Envelope Please”.