With DeathReports.org, consumers enter the name of the person into their search system, pay a small fee, and the death report will appear on their screen.
Denver, CO (PRWEB) November 22, 2013
DeathReports.org has been launched to make it easier for amateur genealogists to build their family trees, the company announced yesterday.
“We think this is a great time of year for our company launch,” a DeathReports.org spokesman said. “This is when people are thinking about family, and may want to build a family tree as a gift for their children. While it can take months to build a family tree on your own, we believe our service will help people do so much more quickly.”
Normally, when genealogists are looking for death reports in order to build a family tree, they have to contact many different city halls - often multiple times, he said.
“More often than not, you'll have to go down and get the reports yourself in person,” the DeathReports.org spokesman said. “That's not very practical if you live in New Jersey and the records you need are in California.”
With DeathReports.org, consumers enter the name of the person into their search system, pay a small fee, and the death report will appear on their screen, he said.
“This means that you can pull up 20 or 30 death reports in a single day by using our system,” he said. “That saves weeks of legwork. Right now we have millions of death records in our database, all containing a wealth of genealogical information.”
DeathReports.org is an online source for public records that specializes in delivering the most comprehensive death reports in North America. Generating hundreds of customers daily, DeathReports.org prides itself on providing the highest degree of customer service and report accuracy. Visit DeathReports.org today to chat with a live representative, call 1-877-202-9181, or email Manager(at)DeathReports(dot) org with any questions or concerns.