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Peopletracer Blog

Sep 18

Number of Individual Insolvencies has increased

We recently did a post on the UK bankruptcy epidemic, which considered the fact that 100,000 people are made bankrupt in the UK every year.

Now, the latest official statistics have shed further light on the state of UK residents' finances, revealing that the number of individual insolvencies has increased since last year. We consider these findings and decipher the jargon.

Sep 15

Friends Reunited: Peopletracer Success Stories

This month, we're going to be continuing our series on Peopletracer success stories. Over the years, we've reunited countless individuals with people that they've lost contact with.

With the click of a button, our people searching tools can start you on a journey of rediscovery. To inspire you to get started, here are some more of our favourite stories.

Aug 12

Friends Reunited: Peopletracer Success Stories

This month we're continuing our series on Peopletracer success stories. Our people searching tools have reunited countless individuals, enabling them to rekindle friendships that they might otherwise have lost.

Whether you've been out of touch for 70 years or just a couple, it can be difficult to track someone down if you rely on old fashioned methods. Here are some friends that our tools have helped to reunite.

Aug 05

The UK Bankruptcy Epidemic: What your business needs to know

Recent figures have revealed that a massive 100,000 people a year are being declared bankrupt in the UK. That's 300 people every day.

With so many people in Britain struggling with money, we all need to be more careful about who we enter into financial relationships with.

We consider the causes of the UK bankruptcy epidemic, and what you or your business can do to screen potential customers.

Jul 03

World's longest separated twins reunited after 78 years

Imagine finally meeting your twin sister, after spending 78 years apart. That's what happened to Ann Hunt and Elizabeth Hamel – the world's longest separated twins.

Ann and Elizabeth were separated as babies, when their unmarried mother, Alice, was unable to take care of them both. Whilst Elizabeth stayed with her mother, Ann was given up for adoption. 78 years later, curiosity about their past finally reunited them. This is their story.