We Can Help You Find Your Old School Friends
- We Find Your Old School Friends & Help You Make Contact When You’re Ready
- Progress Updates Every Step of the Way & A Full Report When We’ve Found Them
- 92% Success Rate, As Featured on the TV Series Family Finders
“An expert researcher will painstakingly trace your old school friend to their current address for you”
Here at Relative Connections we specialise in tracing your old school friends, providing you with their current address and contact details. So if you want to be put back in touch with an old school friend you have come to the right place.
We GUARANTEE to trace the EXACT person you have lost touch with!
Our researchers have access to the best data that is available on the location of UK citizens and search these records to find the EXACT person you have lost touch with, GUARANTEED!
Our service has found thousands of Old School Friends in the last 15 years for people just like you
Fill in the order form with as much detail as you can but don’t worry, people can be found with only small amounts of information so even if you don’t remember much, try us, we’re sure you will be pleasantly surprised at what we can achieve.
Don’t worry if your old school friend has moved away, got married or even moved to another county our expert researchers and powerful systems will track your old school friend down in a matter of days!
We Find Your Old School Friends
It doesn’t even matter if you haven’t seen your school friend for over 40 years; our powerful systems and expert researchers will locate your old friends exact whereabouts.
If need any advice or have any questions regarding our Find Old School Friends search please contact our Trace Team on 0113 282 5900, we will be happy to help.
So What Are You Waiting For?
Don’t Wait Another Day – Fill In The Form and Use Relative Connections To Trace Your Old School Friend Today!
IT WAS SIMPLY VERY, VERY SPECIAL.
“Sue made a process that can be riddled with emotion, easy and even enjoyable. This was achieved through regular communication updates on anything that was relevant to the case.”
– Leigh Mase