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*Please note that some information in the following blog has changed. As of February 2023, the Q5id Guardian app is FREE to download and use. All individuals who join will be considered a Guardian and have full access to all the features.

In 2021, a staggering 337,000 children were reported missing in the United States. 

No parent ever thinks their child will go missing or ever imagines having to experience the panic and fear in that situation. Children can go missing for various reasons.  

What matters most is acting quickly to help locate them before it’s too late. 

What’s the answer?  

Q5id Guardian – the new app revolutionizing how missing children can be found. 

While there are many great, already established options for helping to locate and return missing children home, Q5id Guardian is the newest, modern safety tool to help speed up the process.   

Q5id Guardian gives you the power to alert your community into action the moment you believe your child is missing, because when a child is missing, every second counts. 

The Q5id Guardian App 

We’re building a community of likeminded individuals who believe in the power of preparedness. In our community, your people are our people; the actions we take together are your first line of defense in the event of a missing child. 

Q5id Guardian is powered by a verified community of volunteers, patented technology, and highly localized alerts that utilize geofencing. All member identities are verified with the patented Q5id Proven Identity technology ensuring transparency and safety for all Guardians. 

The app has two types of members. Guardian volunteers are verified individuals who have downloaded the free app and opted in to receive alerts. 

Members who would like to have a plan in place, should their child ever go missing, are Guardian+ subscribers. The moment a child is thought to be missing subscribers can issue an alert with the tap of a button. Alerts instantly notify all Guardian volunteers in the immediate area to jump into action and join the search. 

Anyone who joins the Q5id Guardian community receives a subscription to Entertainment® directly in the app. 

Guardian+ Subscriber Features 

In addition to receiving alerts and helping others find their missing children, Guardian+ subscribers can create profiles for their children and issue alerts if they go missing. To activate these features there is a $3.99 monthly subscription fee. Currently, the first month is FREE! 

Q5id Guardian will donate a portion of all proceeds directly to our various partners to help expand and support their valuable charitable efforts. 

Creating Profiles 

All information included in this profile will be attached to any alert issued on their behalf. 

Profiles should include: 




-Current photographs 

-Physical traits 

-Other helpful details (shy, distinguishing birthmarks, special needs, etc…) 

Subscribing members can create as many profiles as they would like. 

Issuing Alerts 

Alerts are only sent to verified Guardian volunteers in the immediate vicinity, ensuring that those who are alerted into action can actually help when it matters most. 

Alerts are automatically tied to the phone’s current location however users may instead choose to base the alert in a different area. For example, if a child was last seen at school, the alert can be tied to the school’s location instead. 

When issuing an alert subscribers can also add additional details like where their child was last seen, their current outfit, and anything else that might help volunteers locate them.  

The Best Protection is Being Prepared 

Guardian works to proactively prepare and protect the community. No parent ever imagines their child going missing but if the worst does happen, Q5id Guardian is the revolutionary tool that helps you have a plan in place.  

Let Q5id Guardian be your first line of defense if your child goes missing.  

Join today by downloading the app from the Apple and Google Play app stores!

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