Archive for March, 2011

Your Past Is Waiting

Wednesday, March 30th, 2011

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Who Needs PeopleFinders.com?

Friday, March 25th, 2011

PeopleFinders is a well-known people search website, but it is used for a myriad of reasons. The site helps people solve everyday problems and offers comprehensive reports with information collected from billions of public records.

So who needs PeopleFinders.com? People who want to:

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It’s a scientific fact – we’re living longer. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Americans are now living an average of 78.2 years. That number rises annually.

We’re also improving our survival rate. In 2009 we lost fewer Americans to common conditions like heart disease, diabetes and cancer. Congratulations, we’re learning how to endure.

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Public records provide a wealth of information about individuals, businesses and property. They’re a great resource when you need to find people and learn more about them.

PeopleFinders creates reports that contain information from public records, including background checks, reverse phone lookups and people searches. We also feature a public records report that displays an array of important information in one concise document.

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A Massive Earthquake Hits Japan

Friday, March 11th, 2011

By now you’ve seen the pictures and watched the videos. You know of the immense devastation. The unprecedented wreckage.

It’s easy to feel hopeless at a moment like this. But we can all do something to help.

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A Sex Offender Mixes With Royalty

Wednesday, March 9th, 2011

Prince Andrew, Duke of York

Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, is under fire for her association with a known sex offender. Her former husband, Prince Andrew, could lose his position as Trade Ambassador due to his connection with a convicted criminal.

By now, both probably wish they’d never heard the name Jeffrey Epstein.

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Your name. It’s more than just a phrase used to grab your attention. Names are one of our most important characteristics. Our personal titles.

In 1997 Jerry Hill created Celebrate Your Name Week. He saw it as a time to learn more about your own name and explore the monikers of others. The 7-day event lasts from Sunday March 3 to Saturday March 12, 2011. Here are 7 ways to celebrate:

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