Missing NPF Reddit Account has been Connected to Database Case Files and News Updates

Missing NPF releases V2 and now offers ability to subscribe to News updates via the ‘News’ tab.

Missing NPF has connected the Subreddit r/MissingNPF to the database case file updater. This means anytime someone is added to the database, our Subreddit will be automatically updated with the person’s name and case status simultaneously.

This comes as Missing NPF releases V2 – featuring Twitter and Facebook integrations, News updates via email at the touch of the subscription button, and more sort/filter options in the Explore tab.

How do Subscriptions work?

Simply tell us your name and your email address, select which ‘list’ you want to be subscribed to (News Updates and/or Database Case File updates), confirm your subscription, and the relevant postings will be delivered to you via email!

More to come, thanks for seeking!

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