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Since 1995 AKC Reunite has helped pet owners reunite with their lost animals via identification and 24/7 pet recovery specialists, enrolling over 5 million companion animals and recovering more than 400,000 lost pets.
Established in 1995 to help pet owners reunite with their lost animals via identification and 24/7 pet recovery specialists, the organization has enrolled over 4 million companion animals and recovered more than 400,000 lost pets.
Customers would still be able to come forward and claim their dormant funds but the Government expects all banks and building societies to attempt to reunite customers with their money before the scheme is launched at the end of this year.
There are lots of other similar cases,'' said national child-welfare consultant Kevin Campbell, who helps social workers find parents and reunite them with their children.
The ability to help law enforcement, such as the New Orleans Police Department, reunite children with their families using our technology is very gratifying for our entire company.
The move is part of a drive by Halifax to reunite people with forgotten savings ahead of 2009, when the Government's unclaimed assets scheme comes into force.
In doing so, it becomes the first financial institution to embark on a major campaign to reunite customers with their cash.
It is hoped the innovative move will reunite owners with their pets before you can say stay
We've found time and time again, when someone's lost everything and you can reunite them with their animals, it makes all the difference to bring the family back together,'' Seide Rubin said.
Now Mr Forward plans to reunite Max with harris hawk mate Sophie.
31 /PRNewswire/ -- Reunite with a smile this holiday season and spend time with the people who mean the most to you
Mike Regnier, head of savings at HBOS, said, 'Our job is to reunite as many customers as possible with their cash.