New Website Protects People From Foul Play
FRISCO, Texas, Oct. 26 /PRNewswire/ — Men and women alike now have an “ace in the hole” when it comes to their safety. People have been using NoFoulPlay.com to protect themselves from foul play. In the case of an emergency, the site contacts the member’s selected recipients should foul play occur. This technology allows the member to deliver alerts containing vital information such as personal documents, photographs, videos and digital diaries that is of importance to their contacts should the member fail to check with the website at a designated time.
The delivery of these alerts relies on a time-delayed messaging system that delivers messages or alerts at any date and time in the future to their contact’s cell phone, landline phone and computer. Potential threats will know that if the member does not check in at a certain time, all of the information the member has entered pertaining to the individual(s) will be sent to the member’s recipients or the proper authorities.
Creator David Gray states: “As technology advances, so does the opportunity for foul play to occur. This website was created for the countless situations in which individuals have vital, even life-saving information, that MUST be told to someone (i.e. friends, family, law enforcement) but only in the event of an emergency or if a certain event happens first. Whether you have a psycho ex, are being bullied, are in an abusive relationship, are being stalked or cheated on, NoFoulPlay.com can mean the difference between life and death.”
If the friend, family member or authorities should happen to receive one of these alerts, a link is provided which takes them to a secure site where the recipient can download all of the files and information the member has left for them.
If you’d like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with David Gray, please call 214.773.1300 or e-mail David at firstname.lastname@example.org