I discovered WebCease, Inc. 917 SW Oak Street, Suite 403 Portland, OR 97205 888.399.2768.
Here is what founder and CEO Glenn Williamson says:
WebCease identifies active online accounts instructs on the different options for retrieval, closure or memorialization in accordance with the policies of each site.
Digital assets include a person’s electronically stored content and online accounts, such as emails, photos, music, social networking profiles, career information, and blogs. They can have an emotional, sentimental, or monetary value. Digital assets usually fall into four main categories: Financial, Personal, Social, and Loyalty Rewards.
According to Pew Research, a recent survey conducted in January 2014 found that 87% of American adults now use the internet. Everything from emails to shopping to travel planning to social networking to photo sharing and more consume our online lives. Dozens of digital accounts can be created during a person’s lifetime. What happens once we are gone?
“If everyone planned you wouldn’t need our stuff. But, only 50 percent of people have a will and 90 percent don’t think about digital assets,” said founder and CEO Glenn Williamson.
WebCease, Inc. helps heirs, executors, trustees and administrators find online accounts that are digital assets for the estate of the deceased