West Palm Beach, Florida (PRWEB) February 3, 2008
The death of a loved one is always hard for those left behind -- but it can also turn into a financial disaster. Every day thousands of grief-stricken individuals discover they can't locate assets of the deceased and billions of dollars become unclaimed assets.
They are unable to find stocks, bonds, bank deposit boxes, bank account information and much more. The dimensions of the problem are staggering. In America alone, this mountain of unclaimed property is $400 billion and is growing by $50 billion each year.
The result: Unclaimed assets are taken over and looked after by the State to fund welfare programs, and unclaimed physical assets even end up being sold on eBay!
The problem has long been debated, but now there is a foolproof way to make sure assets never get lost or appropriated by the State. Like the cavalry of old, Guardian Network has ridden to the rescue. It provides a much-needed service to ensure that not only do people always know where their assets are located, so too will their significant others when the need arises.
Thanks to this breakthrough concept, individuals can store location information and also have the means to easily store copies of vital documents. This one-stop asset locater is simple and affordable, and in times of stress, it can be of incalculable value. It means a person's accounts will never become dormant, their assets will never go unclaimed and those left behind will enjoy both peace of mind and their rightful inheritance.
Upon receipt of a proof-of-death certificate, Guardian Network will release the member's information to all those properly listed with the service -- heirs, attorneys, etc. They will receive the member's information, including assets and their locations.
The bottom line: No assets will become unclaimed as long as they are protected by the Guardian Network -- a worldwide service with offices in West Palm Beach, Florida; London, England; and Austraila. You can visit the site by going to GuardianNetwork.com.
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