Heirlines is committed to providing the highest level of professional family tree research. We are committed to the implementation of the Consumer Bill of Rights as we provide professional genealogy research services.

US Consumer Bill of Rights
1. the right to safety
2. the right to be informed
3. the right to choose and
4. the right to be heard
5. the right to satisfaction of basic needs
6. the right to redress
7. the right to consumer education
8. the right to a healthy environment

Drafted in 1962 by the US Consumer Advisory Council to President Kennedy
Embraced by the United Nations’ General Assembly in 1985
World Consumer Rights Day – March 15

submitted by Mary E. Petty, BA (History), BS (Genealogy)
Vice President Heirlines Professional Genealogy Research Services