I just wanted to thank Birth Parent Finder so much for finding my brother. He called me yesterday. I still have tears of joy in my eyes. He was the missing link and we are all together again thanks to you. I just cannot thank you enough.
(PRWEB) July 18, 2011
Last week, the Birth Parent Finder page on Facebook reached its 1,000th "like." Many of these fans who "like" the Birth Parent Finder page are desperately searching for either their birth mother, birth father or biological siblings.
The Birth Parent Finder page had a contest in which the 1,000th person to "like" the page would receive a free search for their biological parents. The winner, MK, had been searching for her biological father for the past 15 years. She had limited information on him and not even sure of the spelling of his name. It took Birth Parent Finder less than two hours to find him. The only problem with the outcome of this search was that the biological father wanted nothing to do with her. This was a guy who fled after he found out he impregnated a young woman while visiting his grandmother on summer vacation. The irony of this story was that the birth father wound up becoming a family law attorney and was worried his reputation would be ruined if his peers found out about his biological daughter.
Most of the birth parent finder stories end on a positive note. A recent search (from the FB fan page) resulted in a woman finding her biological brother who were separated at a very young age. She almost gave up hope, found the Birth Parent Finder page on Facebook, and was given her brother's contact information within days of joining the page.
Birth Parent Finder is owned and operated by Jay Rosenzweig, a licensed private investigator in California who specializes in located missing persons, lost relatives and skip tracing. "I created the Birth Parent Finder fan page for people to not only find me, but to have a page where they can place a free post with the information on the person they are looking for," said Jay.
Over the past two years, Jay has conducted several hundred birth family locates. In addition, he has worked "pro bono" for many of the people on the Birth Parent Finder Facebook page who just don't have the funds to pay for a search. "It's not about the money. It's really about putting smiles on people’s faces or giving them closure," he further said. "However, if they do have the funds, I expect to be compensated for my time and expenses."
Birth Parent Finder is one of the leading services in the United States for finding biological relatives. The Facebook page can be located at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Birth-Parent-Finder/126329123936.
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