(PRWEB) June 26, 2004
Death and taxes are said to be the two certainties we can all count on, but when it comes to death most of us avoid thinking about or planning for that dreaded event Â one company has made the process of leaving a final message very easy.
That is why http://www.TheLastEmail.com was created, as a way of celebrating life, memories and all the things that we love most. Now anyone can write individual E-mail messages to friends and family, which will be delivered after death.
The messages can be revised or changed in any way as often as desired so they are always current and up to date. It is also easy to add images, videos, music or anything else that will make that final message unique and special.
No one likes to think about death, but it could happen at any time. Disaster can hit anyone at any age. The time to make decisions and write last words for this future event is now Â even tomorrow may be too late.
"If you care about your loved ones and want to make your death easier for them, it is vital that your desires, decisions, and instructions be discussed with the important people in your life," said Alberto Iriarte, director of http://www.TheLastEmail.com . "Your choices should also be written out so they will be available when the time comes. When you have done that, you will derive a deep sense of satisfaction, accomplishment, and relief about the future. Your loved ones will be grateful both now and after your death for all the effort you put into easing their grieving process."
It is very easy to subscribe to http://www.TheLastEmail.com service. Just fill out and submit the on-line form, then watch for a confirmation E-mail containing a unique authentication key.
The information is encrypted using this key and saved on secure servers that only you can access. You can choose between four different plans, one of which is completely free.
Depending on your subscription plan, you can also attach sound, video, and pdf files to your E-mails.
"Our service enables you to leave a final personal E-mail to those you leave behind so you can say the things you always wanted to say, or intended to say, or say what you said before one more time, or just say goodbye," said Iriarte.
David M. Bresnahan, (801) 562-5362
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