My Personal DataSafe Announces Help For Potential Tornado Victims with Disaster Preparedness

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My Personal DataSafe takes disaster preparedness to a new level by providing subscribers with a unique way to access all of their critical information when they need it. Subscribers have the peace of mind knowing that their medical, insurance and home inventory records are available at their fingertips.

A subscriber will have peace of mind knowing that access to their vital information is always available from any internet connected device, thereby helping them to immediately begin the recovery process.

My Personal DataSafe is announcing a vital new online tool in accessing critical information before and after a disaster. Utilizing patent-pending, personal information management (PIM) software, a subscriber has the ability to enter medical, insurance and home inventory information. Once entered, the information can be accessed at anytime from any computer or mobile device. Additionally, the subscriber has the ability to upload copies of insurance policies, medical records, birth certificates and can itemize and upload a video of their household inventory.

The Red Cross General Preparedness Checklist recommends people keep copies of various personal documents as part of the process of being prepared for a disaster. They state the following as the minimum amount of personal information a family should have available: “medication list and pertinent medical information, proof of address, deed/lease to home, passports, birth certificates, insurance policies.”

The FEMA Disaster Supplies Checklist further expands on the Red Cross list. They recommend having copies of the following: marriage certificates, driver’s license, social security cards, wills, household inventory, bank and credit card numbers and emergency contacts.

Jody Fameree, co-founder, states that “while these recommendations of having hard copies are valid, they can be lost or destroyed during a disaster. All of the recommendations made by the world’s foremost authorities on disaster preparedness can be easily achieved using My Personal DataSafe.” Mr. Fameree continues, “most importantly, a subscriber will have peace of mind knowing that access to their vital information is always available from any internet connected device, thereby helping them to immediately begin the recovery process.”

My Personal DataSafe takes disaster preparedness to a new level by allowing subscribers to enter and upload personal information online in a state of the art, encrypted site with the ability to share selected information with family, friends and professional advisors. In addition, Jim Everett, co-founder, says that “as a subscriber, sharing required information with an insurance claims adjuster takes only minutes to set up and can be done within hours of a disaster passing. This assures that the claim is given the earliest attention and will most likely result in the best possible settlement.”

Disaster preparedness is a discipline which involves being prepared for a disaster before it occurs. They can occur with little or no warning – don’t get caught unprepared. My Personal DataSafe provides the platform to prepare for a disaster before it occurs and is available for an initial annual subscription fee of $99.99 and an annual renewal of $59.99. A free 30 day trial is available at the website http://www.mypersonaldatasafe.com.

About My Personal DataSafe:
My Personal DataSafe © (http://www.mypersonaldatasafe.com) is a revolutionary patent-pending personal information management (PIM) software. As a subscriber, enter and update personal, medical, financial, legal and insurance information online to a state of the art, encrypted site with the ability to authorize complete or partial access to advisors, physicians or family members. Personal information can then be retrieved conveniently from a variety of custom report options. My Personal DataSafe is available on an annual subscription basis and offers subscribers a 30 day free trial.

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