Our Press Stories

Here at FinderMonkey we love to show off about the great work we have done to find people you have lost touch with and we have received a lot of coverage in the local and national newspaper. For press enquiries please contact Jenni Mouslon our PR Manager at jenni@jennimoulson.co.uk

Press Releases

The Daily Mirror featured a story about how we re-united Caroline Barton with her long lost brother after 40 years.

Daily Mirror – FinderMonkey found my long lost brother after 40 years

A story that was featured in the Independent On Sunday relating to how we found several retired Leeds United footballers for a Don Revie Tribute Dinner.

Independent on Sunday – FinderMonkey find retired Leeds United Players

We were also featured locally about the Don Revie status that is to be built at Elland Road, again this was in relation to FinderMonkey tracing some of the old players down for the tribute dinner.

Yorkshire Evening Post – Tracking down old Leeds players

We were featured in the Lancashire Telegraph after working for Burnley Council to locate absentee landlords who have let properties their properties become rundown eyesores.

Lancashire Telegraph – Burnley Council use Tracing Experts to track down rogue Landlords

Here is a story that was featured in the Daily Mirror about how some people use our services to track down old flames and child hood sweethearts.

Daily Mirror – More and more track down childhood sweethearts

Here is our head researcher Dave on Radio Twos Pop Master with Ken Bruce. It was great that Dave decided to talk about FinderMonkey on his day off rather than his lovely wife Julie!

Radio Two Pop Master Quiz

Finally we have also featured on BBC Radio Leeds regarding one of our most interesting cases. You can listen to the full audio of the interview below.

BBC Radio Leeds Interview – 30th September 2011

The Best Thing Was To Leave It To The Professionals
Press FinderMonkey

"I wasn’t convinced in my own ability what I was doing so then I knew that the best thing to do was to leave it to the professionals. It wasn’t just another job to them, they were on my side and it really was full of compassion."

- Kevin Risebrow