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It’s a pain too intense too imagine. Your child is stolen from you. You spend years following every lead, asking for help from anyone who will listen and doing everything possible to bring your baby home.
Years pass without a sign of hope. Everything seems to indicate that the worst has happened. As a parent, how would you cope?
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.
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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.
Ever wonder what information is available about you online? Have you tried to find out?
People do it all the time. We enter our names into Google or another search engine just to see what comes up. Sometimes we find ourselves, and sometimes we get hundreds of links that have nothing to do with us. A Florida college student recently decided to Google himself. What he found was deeply disturbing.
Few things in life are as important as a solid education. It helps shape your life today, and influences your future.
Your educational pursuits will last a lifetime. People can always learn, grow and improve their lives. That’s the impetus behind American Education Week, a nationwide event from November 14 – 20.
Predators look for easy targets; people they can take advantage of quickly. It’s up to you to prepare yourself, your home and your family to avoid becoming their next victim.
How safe is your identity? A study from Javelin Strategy & Research showed that more than 11 million adults were victimized by identity thieves in 2009. That’s a 12% increase from the previous year.
The report also revealed that identity theft was responsible for a $54 billion loss to Americans. Victims typically spend more than 21 hours attempting to resolve this crime. It’s become an epidemic – so what are you doing to prevent identity theft?