What happens to our online accounts and data if we die?
What happens to all your social media accounts when you die? @perpetuco has the answer to that! I CAN FINALLY LEAVE A DIGITAL LEGACY!— TwentyBliss (@Twentybliss) October 21, 2013
Imagine your Facebook profile turning into a wall of spam - no one can log in and help you remove them. It becomes "an uncared-for grave with weeds growing on it".
What if your Flickr photos are permanently removed? What if Twitter deletes your feed, as if you never existed there? What about your online payment accounts that have financial value?
We support privacy for the departed. Users may specify which part of their content is to be deleted in case they pass away. This also helps prevent identity theft.
You use social networks. You upload photos and share content. You write emails, not letters. You have an “online presence” that you want to preserve. You need Perpetu.
You want to post your last words to Twitter & Facebook, or send a final email to your loved ones, in case you pass away. You wish to be remembered, in a certain way. You need Perpetu.
Whether you are a lawyer, a will-writer or an insurance firm, you don’t have the tools to manage your clients’ online assets. We can help. Contact us now.
Write your last tweet, tell us which photos albums on Facebook you want to keep, or write your final email! We never store or ask for your passwords.
Give your unique Perpetu code to someone you trust. If we receive a death notification with the code, we will know you have passed away. Before we take any action, we will always try to contact you first.
We use protocols supported by Facebook, Gmail and other popular online services to carry out your wishes. You may finally rest in peace.