Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Results of Free People Locator

In my last post I detailed our new free people locator service. Each month we'll take on one case absolutely free. For December, we took a case that involved searching for a biological father. The results are posted below.

If you'd like to be considered for our January free people locate, please email us the details, including why you're looking for the person. A testimony is not required for us to consider taking the case, but always welcome.
Please see all the details in the previous post.

"I literally spent years searching on my own for a biological father I hadn't seen in roughly 30 years. I used all the resources I could find on the web even spending the money on some of the online people finding services. At every turn I was met with nothing but failure and frustration. After reading the testimonials on Sherlock Investigation's website and seeing their phenomenal success rate, I decided to give them a try. You probably think I'm exaggerating, but in a mere 90 minutes after I emailed Skipp the very limited information I had, he had found my father! Not only that, he also provided me with a current address and phone number, both of which were 100% accurate. I could have never imagined that Skipp and his staff would be able to do such an amazing job so fast. If only they could make the meeting as easy as the finding..."

2 comments:

sally alexander said...

i have a niece who name is jessica heater her mother is mary she lives somewhere in dryden ny ihavent seen her since she was 5 she would be 19 now of age would it be possible to have some help?

Dana Raye said...

I'm a Disabled Veteran looking for my best- friend (Army)since 1986. (Germany)Losing contact after heart surgery at age 45. I fear the worst. Please help