Problem – How many times have you forgotten a username or password? How many times have you worried that you will forget a complicated password when you are asked to set up a new account somewhere? What will happen if you cannot communicate this information to your loved ones???
Research / Statistics
Like an estate plan many people now take their Digital Footprint equally seriously and are recording their digital legacy (digital assets and digital presence). More often a person’s digital footprint is not a consideration however it is becoming more and more difficult to manage someone’s digital estate as the sharing of usernames and passwords is generally prohibited, and data can’t be transferred between accounts and sometimes accounts are locked when a service has been notified of a person’s death. TellThem4Me® survey results indicated:
- 75% of respondents reported that their loved ones do not know of all important passwords to social media, email and other online accounts
- 54% of respondents have not recorded their banking details anywhere
TellThem4Me® Solution – This section allows you to leave records of websites and apps that you use along with usernames and password hints to make life much easier for yourself and your loved ones. This can also mean that valuable digital assets like photos are not lost. This section compliments the free Password book that you will receive as part of your membership.