Trace A lost Friend UK  |  How Much Will It Cost?

Trace a lost friend UK
Moscow 1975- Where Are You Now?

Trace A lost Friend Costs

Before formally proceeding on any Trace A lost Friend UK search we always conduct (free of charge) viability research. If the information you provide us with is very sparse, our search result logically is also going to be sparse.

At the end of our initial research probe its for you to decide whether or not to proceed. We are honest in our assessments and often have suggested the client abandons the search or face the possibly losing money,

Usually when presented with our honest appraisal and faced with the stark choice of a yes, or no, invariably it’s a Yes. In closing, we do our very, very best but do not offer a guarantee of success. Anyone who tells you otherwise-steer clear!

Our old friend finder costs are:-£300.00

Payable in two-stages see below.

The first payment of £150.00 once we have concluded our initial research and you formally ask us to proceed. This enables us to devote some time and financial resources towards the case. Giving us the leeway to purchase; birth, marriage, and/or divorce certificates. As well as name changes certificate (deed poll), ships passenger list, a trip to the British Library and any other contingencies.

The final balance of a further £150.00 becomes due upon reaching a successful conclusion. By definition; we are in possession of a full postal address, and/or telephone number (if not ex-directory) or an email.

In the unlikely event, the information supplied is incorrect we will either pursue it further or provide a refund of the second part of the payment. We will not provide any refunds where the individual for whatever reason fails to make contact with you.

WHILST YOU ARE HERE!

Take a look at some aspect of a typical research case we might undertake.

Delving deep into the records of a school attended some 50 years ago. Or university, military service, workmates, and so forth. Sometimes painstakingly having to find an elderly ex-neighbour or their siblings, to give us the link.

Visiting local library archives, perusing The “British Library” records and ships manifest records to verify if the person emigrated- or not. That’s just for starters!!