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Our belief at 7evendigits.com is “the easiest way to find someone is if the person wants to be found and they have the opportunity to be found.” 7evendigits.com is your opportunity to find or be found.


Our mission is simple – to be the leading platform for reconnecting people who have just met 5 seconds ago or a lifetime ago but have lost contact.


If everyone used 7evendigits.com no one would ever be lost; you would always know where to find them. 7evendigits.com is your second chance to reconnect.


So how does 7evendigits.com work? It is relatively easy; sometimes all you need to do is just type in your name and see what comes up. But we know that reconnecting isn’t always that easy and circumstances are not always that simple, so we have put together some helpful tips that we hope will help you find who you are looking for.


When to use 7evendigits.com


  • Reconnect with someone you met at a bar, club, restaurant or even on the bus because you weren’t able to give them your phone number.

    Example Post:  Hello Kitty Girl at the Buddha Bar on Thursday 8/4/12: We talked for about 5 minutes before my friends rushed me out to go somewhere else and I didn’t get a chance to get your number. Attached is a picture of me. You work at RL and wore a cute pink Hello Kitty t-shirt, I keep thinking about you. I would like to talk further if you are interested…Jake.


  • Thank someone who helped you when you were in a bind like when you had a flat tire on the road to your parent’s house but you weren’t able to give them your contact information because you didn’t have a pen.

    Example Post:  Douglas, my knight and shining armor, on the I-5 freeway Friday 6/21/12: You were the gentleman in the red Porsche Boxster who helped me fix my flat tire between exit 28 and 29. I would still be there now if it weren’t for you...thanks! I’ve attached a picture of my car. I would love to buy you a frappuccino at Starbucks to pay you back. Let me know….Kris


  • Lost someone’s business card when you got home from a convention and now you don’t remember where they work or their full name.

    Example Post:  Mark from the technology conference, 5/1/12 – 5/5/12 in Silicon Valley: You gave me your business card but I lost it on the way home. I do remember that your name is Mark and you work in a small technology firm in San Francisco. We were talking about how a new website renren in China could be duplicated here in the U.S. I am Jack O’neal from Venture EQ, please get a hold of me and let’s make it happen.


  • Look up an old friend that you can’t find anywhere because they changed their name or moved out of your town.

    Example Post:
      Vespa of Churchill High School in Portland, Oregon: Vanessa Sykes also know as Vespa because you were always on the go. This is Blair Warner, we were the best of friends and until you moved to Portland. We did keep in contact for a bit but then lost touch. You were my best friend back when I needed one desperately. I can’t find you anywhere, short of hiring a private investigator, LOL, I thought I’d give this a shot. Please respond back to this e-mail if you still remember me. I’ve attached a photo of our favorite hang out. I am hoping you will see this posting…BMW


  • Leave someone a message from class that you have a crush on but you just can’t get up the nerve to tell them in person.

    Example Posting:
     Karen Holmes from Psychology 201 at NYU with Mr. Peach: This is Bill Stein, I ‘ve sat behind you since class started this semester but have never had the guts to ask you out. We’ve glanced and said hello a few times but that has been about it. Writing has been easier for me to express my feelings and so I thought I’d give this a try. I don’t know if you are seeing anyone but if you are not, would you go out with me?


  • Reunite with members of your book club that disbanded over 10 years ago to find out what they are doing now.

    Example Posting:
     The “Joy Luck” Book Club from the Gold Coast: Suzy Parker here, I wanted to set up a reunion with everyone that was in this club about 10 years ago. I’ve been able to contact about half of people in this club like, C. Rauschert, J. Haines, R. Thurmond but still have more people to contact. If you were a part of this club and would like to be included in the reunion, please let me know. We are thinking about all getting together and publishing that book we kept talking about. Let me know if you are interest.


  • Reach out to someone you saw during a trip but couldn’t because of the circumstances but you got their license plate.

    Example Post:
      Hot guy in the white Range Rover with PIXL 21 plate Sunday 5/10/12: We bumped into each other at the Jamba Juice stand, smiled and kept looking at each other. I was with another guy and so I couldn’t really talk to you. If you want to reach out, I would love to hear from you. I thought I’d take a chance and see if this works….let me know, you only live once!

    Finally, find your own reasons for when to use 7evendigits.com and let us know, we just want to help you reconnect!


Tips for posting a message:


  • If possible, post your message within 24 hours of the encounter; it will be fresh in the person’s mind and yours.


  • Use key words and phrases in your message title or posting that only you and the other person would know, this will increase your chances of finding that person and make you easier to find.


  • Be detailed as possible without writing a novel, sometimes a picture says a thousand words.


  • Include a picture of a person, place or thing, this will make them know that it is you…don’t play guessing games, this is not 20 questions.


  • Make sure your message is pleasant to read; you may not have another opportunity again.


  • Be sure to use/read our “safety guidelines” when posting a message, remember, you may not really know this person. Your safety should always be a concern.


Tips on searching for a message:


  • Sometime it is as easy as just typing in your full name and to find if someone is also thinking of you.


  • Remember what you and the other person talked about and start off by searching for key words and then phrases if your search comes up with a lot of results.


  • Try to search for your message within 24 hours of the encounter but if you don’t see it, they may be just procrastinating, just check back later.


  • If you are searching for someone in your past, more than 30 days ago, be sure to include key words, phrases, nicknames and even a picture that would only mean something to you and the other person(s).


  • If you don’t see a message from that special someone, take the bold move and post the message yourself, they may be waiting for you to make the first move.


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