Tag: PeopleFinders

Avoid These Holiday Scams

Are you ready for the holidays? They always seem to arrive so quickly. One minute we’re buying Halloween candy, and the next we’re wondering why we only have two shopping days left. For most people, it’s the busiest time of year. There are so many things associated with the holidays. Family events, shopping, social gatherings…and Read More…

Your Thanksgiving Table Wouldn’t Be Complete Without Them

It’s that time of year again! Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and that means that it’s time for family gatherings, catching up, and good food to share. We spend this time with the people most important to us. But what if there is someone in your family that you’re forgetting about? In many families, Read More…

Why Some People Hate New Technology, and How to Change Their Mind

Everyone knows the stereotypes of the old aunt who has never touched a computer, the uncle who calls his kids to set up his Mac, and the grandma who accidentally comments four times on her grandchild’s Facebook status. Maybe you have one of those relatives. However, if you’ve found yourself getting upset at one of Read More…

How to Contact Old Neighbors

Neighbors are an important part of the lives of many people. Even if you don’t talk to them frequently, you likely see them often, and even a friendly wave can be enough to brighten someone’s day. If you’re one of the 20% of people who actually go out of their way to spend time with Read More…

5 Easy Ways to Fact Check News Stories

News headlines tend to stretch the truth a little bit. They’re meant to sell papers or draw clicks to a website, which means they’re not always as accurate as they could be. The more important issue, however, comes when the content of the story isn’t reliable. The internet is vast, and that means that anyone Read More…

5 Things You Didn’t Know Could Give You a Criminal Record

Most of us know it’s important to keep tabs on our credit history for fear of being denied a house purchase or business loan. What people often forget are minor indiscretions on their criminal history. That momentary lapse in judgment you might have made when you were younger can come back to haunt your personal Read More…

How to Throw a Great Class Reunion

Class reunions are a great time for everyone to get back together and talk about how things have been going in the past years. People can meet back up with old friends, talk to people they vaguely remember but want to learn more about, and generally have a good time reminiscing about when they were Read More…

How to Find Your Birth Parents

Adoptions come in all shapes and sizes. Some people are adopted at birth while others adopted when they’re a teenager. Some people grow up knowing they’re adopted while some aren’t told until they’re older. While a percentage of people don’t have any interest in meeting their birth parents, many do. Just as there are many Read More…

How to Trace Your Biological Family Tree

Whether you were adopted, your parents were adopted, or part of your family is estranged, tracing your biological family tree can be extremely difficult. It might even seem impossible! But you’ll be happy to know that it is possible, as long as you’re willing to do a little more digging than many people might need Read More…

3 Easy Ways to Find the Names of Your Living Biological Relatives

Whether you’ve been adopted, you’re estranged from your family, or you have estranged relatives, it might be difficult to find your living biological relatives. However, if you want to connect with your family, you’re going to have to start somewhere, and finding out their names is a great first step. It’s actually not as difficult Read More…