Lifetime Vault, Inc. is today’s answer to an old question - will my loved ones know my wishes when I’m no longer able to tell them? With Lifetime Vault, Inc., they will.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 01, 2012
Lifetime Vault, Inc. today announced the launch of a new tool for managing personal affairs. Through its website, http://www.lifetimevault.com, a customer can securely store any documents and usernames/passwords that they would like loved ones to be able to access if the customer becomes permanently disabled or passes away.
“Too often people are left guessing at what their loved one would really want,” said Benjamin Padgett, CEO of Lifetime Vault, Inc. “They’re not sure if their loved one had a funeral plan, life insurance policy or who their online friends were. Even if they know that their loved one did, they’re often not sure where to find anything. This can be so painful when they’re dealing with their loved one’s declining health or death. With Lifetime Vault, Inc., their loved one is still able to tell them.”
Some examples of what may be included are copies of a will or power of attorney for health care, life insurance policy, usernames and passwords for online accounts (banking, Facebook, email, etc.) or what they’d like their last Facebook post to say.
All files are encrypted using government-level AES-256 encryption, and no one is able to see what a customer has uploaded unless the customer becomes permanently disabled or passes away.
Lifetime Vault, Inc.’s membership fee is $4.99/month, billed annually. Customers can also sign up for a lifetime membership for $299.
Customers can sign up and begin uploading their personal documents and accounts at http://www.lifetimevault.com.
about Lifetime Vault, Inc.
Lifetime Vault, Inc. is today’s electronic safe deposit box. Through Lifetime Vault, Inc., customers are able to store documents and usernames/passwords that tell their loved ones about their wishes for sensitive topics like health care, funeral arrangements and finances. Lifetime Vault, Inc.’s secure and confidential service assures its customers that no one will see what they’ve uploaded unless they become permanently disabled or die. For more information, please visit http://www.lifetimevault.com.