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My guess is that this document was notarized by a Notary employed by the Christian Adoption Service. Therefore, they need to be held accountable. Also, let's just say I was the intake person for this birth mother. If she wrote the guys name and also his birthdate (which by the way is his birthdate) and then claimed she did not know where he lived- I can assure you I would question this info. The reason it was not questioned is because the agency was in on the whole scam. They did their due diligence? Really? They assumed they could get away with this because they probably have done so in the past. I am sure there are some young women out there who have been pressured into giving up their baby through this agency and some men out there who have had the same thing happen to them. They need to come forward and expose this "Christian" Adoption Service for what they really are. Adoption is a beautiful thing when both birth parents agree that it is best for everyone involved - but it is not so in this case.


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