An example If the idea of how this works isn’t clear yet, here’s an example. If Jonny’s, who wrote the poster above wanted to use our site his “glimpse” might look like this: Title: Waterloo Bridge Date: 14/01/2008 Location: Waterloo Bridge, London Notes: You were a total stranger. You gave me hope. I can’t remember much about you because I was so distressed. You’ll be pleased to know Jonny did find who he aimed to with his media campaign. Have you got the concept? If you do not receive the confirmation emails after registering please check your junk or spam folder before contacting us – and mark them as “Not Spam” so that in future, any message notification doesn’t also end up in the Spam folder; after all, it could change your life! Any unwanted contact can easily be stopped by blocking another user from messaging you. If you encounter any abusive behaviour please get in touch and let us know, so we can help. The reason for working with non-identifying details is this helps protect your privacy and keep you safe. Remember any registered person can message you and that’s when your guarded response might let you know if you are finding a person you want to or not. Please don’t send / post any photos at this stage, see if their story stands your polite questioning. Make sure you are thinking carefully and not believing what you want to be true if you do not have the evidence as yet. Questions such as what does the person remember of you (in detail), if they can remember what happened when you were there. It is best in our view to be cautious as the person might be lying to you because of their personal problems rather than jump to a rushed conclusion that this system has worked. If they want to get in touch then they are likely to remember details the same as you remember or what they may have heard of your from another, possibly their parent. (Remember this could still be a person who you would definitely not what to meet on-line or elsewhere.) This and other precautions you might think and learn of can reduce the possibility of being abused by people being cruel on-line. Remember, it is up to the person contacting you to prove they are who they say they are. You can help them a bit but don’t be too helpful and if you are young ask an older person to reply to messages for you. Heather And Michael Osborne when they met. Then married after over 20 years of no contact. If you know how we could make this site better we would be thankful; feel free to contact us. We do ask you tell people about this site as the more people that use it the better the chances of it transforming people’s lives. We are also looking for registered agents and trustee’s worldwide. Can you help with the findeachother.org costs to this “free” service?
First priorites are for professional work aiming to disguise authentic posts with computer generated “Glimpses” covering all of the worlds land surface at a frequency of perhaps every 5 miles with additional improvements.
Possible additional funding might be given to people who have found each other with findeachother.org and would welcome online communication funding.
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Some much larger organisations with similar aims: http://www.redcross.org.uk/What-we-do/Finding-missing-family/International-family-tracing http://www.unicef.org/ has 1120 articles online findable with the phrase “Family reunification” typed into there search bar here: https://www.missingpeople.org.uk/ offer a lifeline to the 250,000 people who run away and go missing each year in the UK. http://notfound.org/ uses 404 ‘page not found’ messages to promote appeals for missing children throughout the world. All the best and you are requested to tell people about this site as the more people that hear and use it the better your and their chances of good things happening from it. © findeachother.org 2014 All Rights Reserved