Denver, CO (PRWEB) June 27, 2014
ObituaryDatabases.com is making changes to their search system in order to make sure that people gain access to the right records for their genealogical research, the company announced yesterday.
“One of the few problems we have is that many people share similar names,” an ObituaryDatabases.com spokesman said. “From time to time, this can cause someone to pull up the wrong death record. While this is rare, we don't want to have it happen at all. By including some additional questions as part of the search process, we think we can make this glitch a thing of the past.”
The questions are optional – people will not need to have the information on hand in order to complete the search process.
“Sometimes people only have a name to go on,” he said. “But other times they will know the approximate age, last known address, and other information we can use as a filter. If they have the information, we'll use it as part of our search process. If not, we'll provide the most likely result for your search.”
The additional questions should take no longer than five minutes for people to fill out, he said.
“We want our system to remain simple,” he said. “So we've made sure that it is very easy to provide us with the additional information if they have it available. This should not be a hardship for anyone who wants to use our service.”
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