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PROTECT your Digital Legacy and Memories TODAY.

You've made it big on social media. What next?

Your story, expressions, feelings, interest, and social media accounts containing these are the greatest legacy that you will leave to your loved ones.

Pass it on to the ones you trust. Prepare for the unexpected. Protect your online afterlife. In only 60secs!

No credit card required.
New Launch

PROTECT your Digital Legacy and Memories TODAY.

You've made it big on social media. What next?

Your story, expressions, feelings, interest, and social media accounts containing these are the greatest legacy that you will leave to your loved ones.

Pass it on to the ones you trust. Prepare for the unexpected. Protect your online afterlife. In only 60secs!

No credit card required.

Leave Your Social Media Legacy In Trusted Hands

Keep your digital legacy safe and pass it on to future generations

Your Wishes

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Have the freedom to decide how your social identity should live on.

Online Accounts

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Enable your heirs to have authorized access to your online accounts.

Prevent Identity Theft

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Don’t let your accounts become stranded after you pass away and be a victim of identity theft. 

Clocr Digital Estate

Social media defines my identity. I want my legacy to live on.

As a content creator, I earn my bread and butter by collaborating and creating content on social media. I’ve unintentionally built a digital legacy that I want to pass on to my family. Clocr’s social media will help me protect what is important to me from online theft and fraud. I’ve earned peace of mind knowing that I can still continue to make a positive influence on people’s lives indefinitely.

Why A Will For Online Accounts?

In only 60 seconds, you can have complete peace of mind.

Clarity

Your family has clarity on how to deal with your online accounts when the unexpected strikes.

Comply with Privacy Laws

Accessing ones’ online accounts using shared passwords, in most cases, is a violation of privacy laws.

Prevent Identity Theft

Stranded accounts (of the deceased) are easy targets for identity thieves.

Let Your Legacy Live On

Social media accounts, feeds filled with sweet memories, profound thoughts, interests, and expressions are all your Legacy. Let it live on. 

How It Works?

Create Your Account and Answer A Few Questions

Answer a few simple questions required to fill up your profile information

Add Nominees
Add your family and friends with whom you wish to share your digital portfolio.
Generate Report

Choose who will inherit your digital assets from your loved ones, input their names and email addresses to complete the process.

Digital Assets & RUFADAA

RUFADAA provides a clear set of instructions about how a person’s digital assets are to be treated if a nominee seeks access. It also clarifies a person’s right to designate nominees for their online accounts.

Commonly Asked Questions

A Social Media Will is a document prepared by a living person to provide instructions about how their social media accounts are to be managed or memorialised after their death. The person will assign a Digital Executor in their Social Media Will. The executor will be responsible for managing the designated accounts of the deceased person according to their final wishes.

A Social Media Will is designed to protect your identity, your digital legacy, and to plan for how your social media data will be managed after your death. With a Social Media Will your loved ones will know your wishes and they will be able to show social media providers that they are authorised to access your accounts and data.

Anyone who has a social media account should consider having a Social Media Will. It could be critically important to have a Social Media Will if you are a social media influencer or if you use social media to promote your business.

All social media accounts have a value. For some it is the sentimental value of a loved one’s memories, stories, or photos. For others, especially if the account was part of a business or had a significant presence, an account can have a monetary value and needs to be protected.

–       A list of all your information for your social media accounts (providers, account logins, passwords)

–       Instructions for how each account is to be managed

–       Naming of your Digital Executor(s)

You can leave any instructions that you wish.  You can choose to close accounts, have them memorialised, or you can authorise someone else to take over an account on your behalf. The important thing is to have a plan and make your wishes known in advance.