These are some uncharted and anxiety-driven times, to say the least.
Over the past 10 days, there’s been a spike in the number of people calling our office, asking us to locate their relatives. The level of interest is similar to that of the Christmas season. People seem concerned and worried about relatives that they haven’t seen for some time – be it for a few months or many decades.
For the past twelve years, we’ve charged the same fee for a basic locate service ($350). Who could yell foul on that? Probably no one, except for the fact that lately these cases are almost totally related to the virus and the well-being of relatives.
To help, here is the plan until May 15, 2020:
- We have a website at 888USUNITE.com that offers free resources and guidance for finding missing people. As the site states, you can find most people on your own.
- The full content my first first book, If You Only Knew, is also online for free at InvestigatorConfidential.com. Chapter Two, Find A Missing Person, has a number of tips about the locate process.
- If you still are not successful, contact us through our main website (MartinPI.com). We will perform up to 5 free locate searches per day – as long as we have your assurance the services are being performed with concern over the Coronavirus epidemic, and no other reason.
When you contact us, please include the following information:
- The subject’s first name and last name
And ONE of the following items:
- a social security number,
- date of birth, or
- last known address within 10 years.
This is a time when Americans should pull together.
I can perform some locates and help reunite some families. It’s a small way to contribute to the common good of all.