Chicago, IL, March 27, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- A new website helps fight criminals, terrorists and malicious hackers, and enables site users to claim some of the millions of dollars in rewards offered. According to CEO James Ware, “Rewardhunt.com brings multiple reward information to one easy to navigate place. We publicize available rewards, fund rewards, and raise rewards. Our focus is to help federal, state and regional law enforcement apprehend these wanted persons, and enable our site users to be rewarded for information that lead to successful prosecutions.”
RewardHunt.com also posts reward information on lost pets, missing persons and property.
“There are literally millions of dollars in rewards available.” Ware says. Site users can access those rewards by area. Pets lost in Chicago are posted in the Chicago section; criminals spotted in Seattle are in the Seattle section.
A donation section enables visitors to pledge to reward funds to help catch especially vicious criminals with 100% of the donation going to the reward.
Other categories include “Project Street Sweeper” a special section spotlighting violent sex offenders, “CyberCriminals” posts rewards for malicious hackers, and other pages give reward information on odd and unusual rewards; such as a million dollar reward offered by Cutty Sark Scotch for verifying Nessie, the Loch Ness monster. Whistleblowers, the million dollar reward group, and environmental fugitives have their own section too.