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January 12, 2005
Steven J Weisz, CEO of Reunite Today.com, the Private Investigations Firm behind the controversial Fox Show, Who's Your Daddy, spoke at a press conference today.
"In short, we got slammed!" said Weisz. "Since the airing of Who's Your Daddy on January 3rd, my email box has been jammed with hundreds of letters from around the world."
Weisz reported that to his surprise, some of the emails were negative and that the most of the negative ones seem to come from organized Adoption Groups. "Basically, these people felt that the search for someone's Birth Father was too sensitive a topic to be used for a reality show."
While disagreeing with this sentiment, Weisz noted that the majority of the letters were positive.
Reunite Today.com officials report that it has received many letters of praise and over 2000 search requests since the airdate.
Investigators have already opened several cases. "There seems to be a tremendous need for people to locate and reunite with missing family," said Weisz. "I think there is a possibility for a great deal of good to come out of Who’s Your Daddy and shows like it."
About Reunite Today.com...
Steven Weisz and his staff at Reunite Today.com are "reunion investigators". These licensed Private Investigators specialize in locating missing Friends and Family Members. Reunite Today.com and its parent company International Locator, Inc. work with searchers and producers from every major network, to share stories of loss and reunion with the viewing public. While 90% of clients wish to have their search and reunion conducted privately, there are a few that are willing to (or request to) reunite on television.
In the course of the production of "Who's Your Daddy", Reunite Today.com investigators say they reunited over 30 pairs of Parents and Adult Children.