Irecalls.com: New Website Provides Interactive Forum on Manufacturer Recalls
With the recent attention of recalls in the news, irecalls.com aims to help consumers have more information.
February 11, 2013 (Newswire.com) - With any product that becomes available, there is always the risk that the manufacturer may be at fault and the product will need to be recalled.
As consumer recalls have actually become more commonplace, there is an almost certain need to be informed about product information, especially when manufacturing issues can result in injury or even death for the consumer. Yet finding information about such recalls can often lead to endless searches in cyberspace.
irecalls.com is a new website that allows consumers to get up-to-date information on recalled products, all in one convenient online forum.
Created by Arzalo.com, irecalls provides an informative breakdown of items, including automobiles from major automakers, such as Chevrolet, Volvo and BMW, as well as lesser known manufacturers whose autos have been recalled for faulty brake calipers to trim panel fasteners, and rear wheel hubs.
According to the site's co-founder, Artin Afsharjavan, "irecalls.com is a terrific platform that allows users to learn and interact on issues relating to recalled products. Too many sites out there are cluttered with scattered information, but by combining all the information and eventually expanding it into many categories, we've made it easier for people to get the most up-to-date product information possible."
In addition to automobiles, the site provides listings on a variety of products, such as items for children and infants, that could lead to possible choking and other life threatening issues. irecalls.com also provides a comprehensive list of recalled medicines and medical equipment. Other products, such as computer batteries and laptops, as well as faulty sports equipment, are also listed.
irecalls.com posts official notices from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), as well as pictures of the item in question. Such information can be crucial in helping to save lives.
A general forum is also available to allow for open discussions related to the recalls in question. Users can register to use the site by entering a username, password and their email address. There is no charge to use irecalls.com. Once registered, users can then sign in and add comments on posts. A search feature allows you to use specific keywords; an advanced search is also available to help users fine tune their search. By registering participants can involve themselves in the conversation and provide feedback and opinions on the recalled item in question.
The site also links to a Facebook page that offers detailed descriptions of recalled products and allows for additional participant interaction.
According to Afsharjavan: "Our main goal is for everyone to be aware when a product poses an inherent danger, and irecalls.com aims to do just that."
For more information, visit irecalls.com