Our Story

Who we are and why we are passionate about making lives safer.

  • Chris
  • Matt

We are Chris and Matt LoPresti - two brothers with a passion for using technology to improve individual lives and society at large. We created Bonnie - a recall monitoring system named after our mother - that takes the spirit of her love and constant vigilance, combines it with machine learning and other smart, scalable technologies, and extends that protection to you, your family, and your home.

In 2016 alone, over 100 million products - toys, furniture, appliances, cars, food, medicines - were recalled by their manufacturers due to safety issues. Unfortunately, only a very tiny fraction of these recalled items were returned/replaced/disposed of, and many of them continue to reside in the homes of unsuspecting families. Checking every microwave, stroller, tub of ice cream, bottle, etc, one by one, on an ongoing basis, would be a full-time job at best, and at worst is actually impossible for a single human to do.

We think you have enough on your plate already - let Bonnie worry about product recalls so you don’t have to. For the latest information on Bonnie, product recalls, and consumer safety, check out our blog.

Chris LoPresti and Matt LoPresti are the authors of The Ultimate Guide to Home Safety for Kids.

book The Ultimate Guide to Home Safety for Kids

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"Our goal is to always keep Bonnie free for you. But then how do we keep the lights on? Fortunately, some forward-thinking brands partner with us to help spread the word about recalls and to quickly and safely get these products out of homes. Unfortunately, not every brand is as forward-thinking, so if you like this free service and want to ensure we can continue providing it for free to you, your family, and your friends, please consider buying us a cup of coffee."

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"Consumers have also become empowered at the individual level to protect themselves from bad product... Bonnie.ai partners directly with companies who want to be proactive in removing bad product from consumer homes before problems metastasize, which allows them to make the app free for the consumer."