Welcome to the FinderMonkey Weekly.
Our weekly deep dive into the world of people tracing.
We are often asked about what can be done to find someone.
Why can we do what you can’t? What’s available to the public? How can you find someones address?
There are many misconceptions around how to find someone’s address online and what you can and can’t do these days as a member of the public.
We wrote a recent article titled ‘How To Find Someones Address’ to help clear up what you can do as a member of the public when looking to locate someone online.
We really hope it helps. Of course, if you have any questions then please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
All our posts are also shared on our Facebook page. We share news stories, recent reviews, articles, videos and public appeals here too.
If you haven’t already then you should check it out.
It’s a good place to communicate with us too. You can privately message us with any ideas or questions you want answering. We’ll always do out best to convert them in to new blog posts or videos from our Head Researcher David Oates.
Check out this week’s video (above) and remember to visit FinderMonkey TV on YouTube to catch up on all previous FinderMonkey weekly episodes.
That’s all for this week.
We’ll see you on next week and remember if you need help to locate someone then when you’re ready to search then we’re ready to help.
All the best.
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Public appeals and what you can do to help…
All public appeals are instructed by people with legitimate reason to find the person in question. We have a strict and rigorous safeguarding processes in place to ensure this. All contact with any individuals is done privately too through our in house intermediary services. No personal data is shared between parties until everyone is happy and comfortable for this to happen.
Can you help us find information about Salvani Uhan?
Salvani was born in Iraq in Dec 1992, with name Farzad Almazi, but later changed his name to Salvani Uhan. He and his family later moved to the UK around 1995, and lived in Woking, Surrey.
Salvani later moved to France in 2012 on his own, and did not return to the UK. It is unknown where he stayed in France, or whether or not he has remained there.
It is known that Salvani had a boating license, and may have used this licence while in France.
If you know Salvani, or any of his associates in the UK or France, then please contact us by phone on 0113 2825900 / +44 113 2825900, via email at email@example.com or via Facebook messenger.
Please state reference: Y717742.
If you did not know Salvani, but live in France, then please help us find information about him by visiting this post on Facebook and sharing with your family, friends and colleagues who may remember/recognise him.
Can you help us find information about Anthony Fox?
Anthony is believed to have been born between September and October 1965 in Croydon, to parents Stanford Dennis and Pamela Fox.
Anthony’s father came from Jamaica in 1959, while his mother’s family were of either English or Irish heritage – her family owned a hardware store in Croydon on Kidderminster Road.
Anthony was last known to be living in Sussex roughly 20-25 years ago, around the Brighton/Eastbourne area.
It is believed that around that time he had a partner and a child.
If you know Anthony, or any of his associates in Sussex, then please contact us by phone on 0113 2825900 / +44 113 2825900, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via Facebook messenger. Please state reference: Y677320.
If you did not know Anthony, but live in Sussex, then please help us find information about him by sharing this post on Facebook with your family, friends and colleagues who may remember/recognise him.
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