Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Why do children need an ID cards?

A: There are a lot of perils in this world, and having an ID can help in the following situations:

Kidnappings:
Each day across the US over 2300 children are reported missing in the US. Last year over 850,000 children were reported missing, that’s represent a child comes up missing every 40 seconds. Each parent, caretaker, and school needs vital information with a description of each child in their care. Time can be an alien when ID is available, but can work as an enemy when someone is trying to describe a child under the stress a missing child can bring. No one should trust their memory when it comes to children. The faster the child’s ID circulates through the community, the better the child’s chances of being recovered.
The prompt availability of ID cards given to law enforcement and emergency workers speed up the search of a mission
Police departments, and the media already know about children identification programs, and are ready to assist when the need arrive to help locate a missing child.
Disasters:
Who can forget the devastation hurricane Katrina caused in the gulf coast state, especially in New Orleans. Who could have image hundred of thousands of families relocated throughout the US. It has taken months, for some years to be reunited with their loved ones.
We were there, but the time to prepare was too late, and there were very little we could do in the area but talk to people about being ready for the next disaster.
So many children were separated from their parents, and caretakers. We have a program that can up family back together in a matter of hours and not days.

Q: Why do children ID Tags?

A: It is very difficult for a child to explain who their parent and caretaker are, where they live, and the location of their parents and caretakers, under the stress a disaster can bring. A child may not be able to speak after a disaster or an accident due to shock, and an ID tag can give basic but vital information to law enforcement and emergency workers.

Each child should have an ID tags on them especially when they are away from home. We recommend never leaving a child with a picture ID, but we do recommend each child having emergency ID tags on them. It is very difficult for a child to explain who their parent and caretaker are, where they live, and the location of their parents and caretakers, under the stress a disaster can bring. A child may not be able to speak after a disaster or an accident due to shock, and an ID tag can give basic but vital information to law enforcement and emergency workers. Each parent, teacher, and caretaker should have a photo ID of the child.
From home: to school, to work, to sporting events, to social events, to the beach, to the mall, and to those special vacation spot with family and friends, any thing can happen..
After disasters and accidents, ID tags can really be a great tool especially after vehicle accidents, because no one knows when a family or school bus can be involved. Last year over 6 million vehicle accidents were reported in the US, and with those numbers, no family can afford not have available ID on each child.

Q: Why do children ID Tags?

A: It is very difficult for a child to explain who their parent and caretaker are, where they live, and the location of their parents and caretakers, under the stress a disaster can bring. A child may not be able to speak after a disaster or an accident due to shock, and an ID tag can give basic but vital information to law enforcement and emergency workers.

Each child should have an ID tags on them especially when they are away from home. We recommend never leaving a child with a picture ID, but we do recommend each child having emergency ID tags on them. It is very difficult for a child to explain who their parent and caretaker are, where they live, and the location of their parents and caretakers, under the stress a disaster can bring. A child may not be able to speak after a disaster or an accident due to shock, and an ID tag can give basic but vital information to law enforcement and emergency workers. Each parent, teacher, and caretaker should have a photo ID of the child.
From home: to school, to work, to sporting events, to social events, to the beach, to the mall, and to those special vacation spot with family and friends, any thing can happen..
After disasters and accidents, ID tags can really be a great tool especially after vehicle accidents, because no one knows when a family or school bus can be involved. Last year over 6 million vehicle accidents were reported in the US, and with those numbers, no family can afford not have available ID on each child.

Q: How will ID cards and ID tags work effectively for children?

A: Each child will need approximately 3 ID cards and one set of ID tags.

Each parent or others who are responsible for the supervision of the child should be given an ID card to be carried on them while the child is in their control. Each person who is caring for the child should have a card available if an emergency situation occurs. These cards are to be available in case they are injured and unable to communicate with the person in charge of them.

Q: How will the cards be used if a child become missing?

Q: Why do children need an ID cards?

A: The cards will be used to help the person who is caring for the child seek help from others who will assist them in finding the child. The care taker will copy the child’s card and hand them out to others who will help in the search like first responders and law enforcement personnels.

Q: Why keep database on a child?

A: If a child, and his family should become incapacitated due to an emergency situation we will have to notify their loved ones and friends listed on their notification list. All data on our system is encrypted, and we take the greatest care in keeping all information on each member private.

Q: What is it important for a parents to have the child's ID on them at all times?

A: The first 20 minutes is very critical in locating a missing child. It is recommended by all law enforcement agencies, The National Center For Missing And Exploited Children ® and other child advocacy agencies, that every child have a resource with a current color photo and personal information that is immediately accessible in the event that it is needed.

Q: How often should a child’s ID card be changed?

A: From birth to 1 year- every three months / 1-6 years- every six months / 7-12 every nine months / 13-18- once a year.

Q: How secure is your Site?

A: All personal financial transactions placed on our website are via secured encrypted SSl server. None of your information given to us is released in any form. Please read our company’s complete privacy policy.

Q: Why join our emergency preparedness membership?

A: With the increase in the number of disasters, emergencies, and crimes families need to be prepared 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Each day around the world in any given city people are going to work, school, sporting events, and those special vacation spots around the world. It’s sad to say, but thousands will face an emergency situation today that will change their lives forever. With the increase in the number of disasters, emergencies, and crimes families need to be prepared 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We have the tools that will give your family the edge. We can’t promise anything, but you will be better prepared when you are faced with a disaster or emergency situation.
Our state of the art disaster membership program that consist of our ID cards, ID tags, brass whistles and our 24 hours a day notification hotline will be the cornerstone of your emergency preparedness plan. When disasters cause families to be evaluated away from their homes, many are separated and sent to different location around the country. Our notification system will assist the family when you are separated from one another in an emergency situation. Through the use of our telephones call in system, and a special membership code that give you access to our web-site, you are only minutes away from communicating with your family. This system will works for you around the world.
Today’s society people are living longer than ever before, and our elderly population is growing each year. People are living well pass the age of 80. Elderly adults are more active today than any group before them. Thousands go on long trips each day that’s more than a hundred miles. The elderly are filling up community centers each day participating in event that enrich their lives. Thousands are in sport leagues around the country participating in basketball to softballs games. Elderly adults need ID cards and ID tags to be prepared for accidents, disasters, illnesses, and old age. Who can forget what happen to the elderly doing hurricane Katrina, when many where left in convalescence homes, and the bus accident that killed several while transporting them to safety. The elderly need the same attention we put on children, and it’s our responsibility to equip each one of our elderly population with ID cards and ID tags. Many or our elderly population has medical problems that cause them to walk away from loved one, and health care facilities, and ID tags will assist caretakers and law enforcement officers recover them faster.

Q: Why do young adults need an ID?

A: There are so many questions concerning the safety of young adults on campuses today, it is our goal to make sure each student on campuses throughout the US be equipped with ID cards, ID tags, and a brass whistle just in case they are ever faced with terror attacks, or a disarranged class-mate who will take their anger out on any person in their way.

The third groups of people that need to be prepared after children, and the elderly, by far are  young adults who needs special attention. With the increase of violet on high school, and college campuses, it has become a challenge to prepare the young adult population. There are so many questions concerning the safety on campuses today, it is our goal to make sure each student on campuses throughout the US be equipped with ID cards, ID tags, and a whistle just in case they are faced with terror attacks, or a disarranged class-mate who will take their anger out on any person in their way.
As we know, young adults are on the move, with very little limits that would stand in their way when it comes to living out a very productive and active life. The perils that good adults face each day is growing, because society offers so many opportunities for the young adult to challenge life. No parent can watch over a young adult 24 hours a day, and believe us, they do not want to be watched over because many of them believe they can take care of themselves. It should not stop a parent from helping us prepare them for the unknown.

Q: Why do pets need an ID?

A: Pet are faced with the same perils that man is faced with. Accidents such as earthquakes, fires, floods, hurricanes, kidnappings, and tornadoes are just a few. Unfortunately for pets and pets owners is the fact that they can’t talk.

Most people have had a pet in their lives. Whether the pet belonged to us, a friend, or a relative, we have enjoyed the loyalty a pet can show toward humans. Pet are faced with the same perils that man is faced with. Accidents such as earthquakes, fires, floods, hurricanes, kidnappings, and Tornadoes are just a few. Unfortunately for pets and pets owners is the fact that they can’t talk.
This is the number one reason pets should have an id tags and an ID card that will link them back to their human friends. The owner can give a copy of the ID card to law enforcement and community watch groups when an accidents or disasters leave pets and their owners separated for days and months. Owners need a company who will stand in the gap, and be a bridge between them and their pets, and MFES is dedicated to do just that. Our ID tags lead to our 800#, and our 800# leads to us contacting up to 3 people who the sponsor has chosen for us to contact in case of an emergency situation, and our 800# lead to people contacting MFES, and MFES contact the pet’s owner. It is a simple process but effective. ​

Safety Programs
​There are easy ways to look out for yourself. Keep your safety whistle with you at all times. Ultimately, everyone is responsible for his or her own personal safety. Blowing a sharp blast from a quality whistle can startle an attacker. Calling attention to yourself and a potential threat can be a quick route to safety. We have heard many testimonials over the years from individuals who feel that blowing a whistle frightened their attacker and offered them a quick escape. Placing a whistle on your key ring is one great way to remind yourself to be always vigilant about your surroundings. Pay attention when you enter or leave your home, in public parking garages and open areas. Avoid isolated areas, especially at night. Look out for yourself and those around you. Lives may depend on it.

A: There are a lot of perils in this world, and having an ID can help in the following situations:
Kidnappings:
Each day across the US over 2300 children are reported missing in the US. Last year over 850,000 children were reported missing, that’s represent a child comes up missing every 40 seconds. Each parent, caretaker, and school needs vital information with a description of each child in their care. Time can be an alien when ID is available, but can work as an enemy when someone is trying to describe a child under the stress a missing child can bring. No one should trust their memory when it comes to children. The faster the child’s ID circulates through the community, the better the child’s chances of being recovered.
The prompt availability of ID cards given to law enforcement and emergency workers speed up the search of a mission
Police departments, and the media already know about children identification programs, and are ready to assist when the need arrive to help locate a missing child.
Disasters:
Who can forget the devastation hurricane Katrina caused in the gulf coast state, especially in New Orleans. Who could have image hundred of thousands of families relocated throughout the US. It has taken months, for some years to be reunited with their loved ones.
We were there, but the time to prepare was too late, and there were very little we could do in the area but talk to people about being ready for the next disaster.
So many children were separated from their parents, and caretakers. We have a program that can up family back together in a matter of hours and not days.

A: It is very difficult for a child to explain who their parent and caretaker are, where they live, and the location of their parents and caretakers, under the stress a disaster can bring. A child may not be able to speak after a disaster or an accident due to shock, and an ID tag can give basic but vital information to law enforcement and emergency workers.
Each child should have an ID tags on them especially when they are away from home. We recommend never leaving a child with a picture ID, but we do recommend each child having emergency ID tags on them. It is very difficult for a child to explain who their parent and caretaker are, where they live, and the location of their parents and caretakers, under the stress a disaster can bring. A child may not be able to speak after a disaster or an accident due to shock, and an ID tag can give basic but vital information to law enforcement and emergency workers. Each parent, teacher, and caretaker should have a photo ID of the child.
From home: to school, to work, to sporting events, to social events, to the beach, to the mall, and to those special vacation spot with family and friends, any thing can happen..
After disasters and accidents, ID tags can really be a great tool especially after vehicle accidents, because no one knows when a family or school bus can be involved. Last year over 6 million vehicle accidents were reported in the US, and with those numbers, no family can afford not have available ID on each child.

A: Each child will need approximately 2-4 cards and one set of ID tags.
Each parent or others who are responsible for the supervision of the child should be given an ID card to be carried on them while the child is in their control. Each person who is caring for the child should have a card available if an emergency situation occurs. These cards are to be available in case they are injured and unable to communicate with the person in charge of them.

A: The cards will be used to help the person who is caring for the child seek help from others who will assist them in finding the child. The care taker will copy the child’s card and hand them out to others who will help in the search.

A: If a child, and his family should become incapacitated due to an emergency situation we will have to notify their loved ones and friends listed on their notification list. All data on our system is encrypted, and we take the greatest care in keeping all information on each member private.

A: The first 20 minutes is very critical in locating a missing child. It is recommended by all law enforcement agencies, The National Center For Missing And Exploited Children ® and other child advocacy agencies, that every child have a resource with a current color photo and personal information that is immediately accessible in the event that it is needed.

A: From birth to 1 year- every three months / 1-6 years- every six months / 7-12 every nine months / 13-18- once a year. 

A: All personal financial transactions placed on our website are via secured encrypted ssl server. None of your information given to us is released in any form. Please read our company’s complete privacy policy.

A: With the increase in the number of disasters, emergencies, and crimes families need to be prepared 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Each day around the world in any given city people are going to work, school, sporting events, and those special vacation spots around the world. It’s sad to say, but thousands will face an emergency situation today that will change their lives forever. With the increase in the number of disasters, emergencies, and crimes families need to be prepared 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We have the tools that will give your family the edge. We can’t promise anything, but you will be better prepared when you are faced with a disaster or emergency situation.
Our state of the art disaster membership program that consist of our ID cards, ID tags, brass whistles, The Amberstick (TM) and our 24 hours a day notification hotline will be the cornerstone of your emergency preparedness plan. When disasters cause families to be evaluated away from their homes, many are separated and sent to different location around the country. Our notification system will assist the family when you are separated from one another in an emergency situation. Through the use of our telephones call in system, and a special membership code that give you access to our web-site, you are only minutes away from communicating with your family. This system will works for you around the world.
Today’s society people are living longer than ever before, and our elderly population is growing each year. People are living well pass the age of 80. Elderly adults are more active today than any group before them. Thousands go on long trips each day that’s more than a hundred miles. The elderly are filling up community centers each day participating in event that enrich their lives. Thousands are in sport leagues around the country participating in basketball to softballs games. Elderly adults need ID cards and ID tags to be prepared for accidents, disasters, illnesses, and old age. Who can forget what happen to the elderly doing hurricane Katrina, when many where left in convalescence homes, and the bus accident that killed several while transporting them to safety. The elderly need the same attention we put on children, and it’s our responsibility to equip each one of our elderly population with ID cards and ID tags. Many or our elderly population has medical problems that cause them to walk away from loved one, and health care facilities, and ID tags will assist caretakers and law enforcement officers recover them faster.

A: Pet are faced with the same perils that man is faced with. Accidents such as earthquakes, fires, floods, hurricanes, kidnappings, and tornadoes are just a few. Unfortunately for pets and pets owners is the fact that they can’t talk.
Most people have had a pet in their lives. Whether the pet belonged to us, a friend, or a relative, we have enjoyed the loyalty a pet can show toward humans. Pet are faced with the same perils that man is faced with. Accidents such as earthquakes, fires, floods, hurricanes, kidnappings, and Tornadoes are just a few. Unfortunately for pets and pets owners is the fact that they can’t talk.
This is the number one reason pets should have an id tags and an ID card that will link them back to their human friends. The owner can give a copy of the ID card to law enforcement and community watch groups when an accidents or disasters leave pets and their owners separated for days and months. Owners need a company who will stand in the gap, and be a bridge between them and their pets, and MFES is dedicated to do just that. Our ID tags lead to our 800#, and our 800# leads to us contacting up to 5 people who the sponsor has chosen for us to contact in case of an emergency situation, and our 800# lead to people contacting MFES, and MFES contact the pet's owner. It is a simple process but effective.