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14-Aug-2017 04:13

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Instead of paying for information and potentially putting your information in danger, we suggest using common sense online safety protocols, such as keeping your financial information secure and carefully vetting companies before handing over your credit card.

Many times a Web search can be a great way to kick-start a greater search that continues offline, at county records offices, genealogy societies, and other free public resources.

Are they really out there, or are you doomed to spend X amount of money in your search for your long lost classmate/friend/significant other? If you've ever tried to find someone on the Web, you've probably come across a lot of sites that try to "sell" you information.

These ads are automatically triggered by keywords found on the page, and are not able to be editorially controlled.

While ads pay the bills and thus are necessary to the continuation of most websites, it's strongly suggested that you browse carefully when reading and click only on suggested resources within the article itself.

This serves as a proof that you are safe, legit and free from harm.