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What happens to your Social Media Accounts when you die?

Take Control

Regular alerts and notifications, along with a nominee dashboard, keep you updated on any changes in the Digital Estate or Digital Vault.

Last Wishes

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With your Social Media Will, you can choose to delete your accounts or memorialize them and decide how your posts, profiles, and stories will live on.

Online Accounts

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Our digital footprint encompasses more than just social media accounts, and we need to ensure that our family can legally access all our accounts after we pass on.

Protect & Pass on

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Don’t let your online accounts become stranded and be a victim of identity theft.  Enable your heirs to have rightful access to your online accounts.

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Why can’t I use my providers Legacy Contacts?

While a good first step, the large social media companies are offering only limited ability for designations, and only for their own services.

This is why we created The Social Media Will, so that all of your accounts will be covered by one document.

For a more in-depth explanation, you can read this article here.

Why do you need a will for your online accounts?

Regular alerts and notifications, along with a nominee dashboard, keep you updated on any changes in the Digital Estate or Digital Vault.

Identity Theft

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Stranded accounts become easy targets for hackers and data thieves

Undue Stress

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Family members will have a complete list of your online service providers and know what your wishes were for each account

Violation of Privacy Laws

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Sharing passwords, in almost all cases, is a violation of privacy laws

Is there a legal framework for Online Accounts?

The Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act (RUFADAA), was created in 2015 by the Uniform Law Commission and it has been enacted by 47 states in the USA.

How Does It Work?

The Social Media Will allows you to provide detailed instructions on how you want your online accounts and digital assets to be handled after your death.

Generate ‘Digital Asset Authorization Report to Designated Recipient’ in seconds.

No credit card required.

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Commonly Asked Questions

Clocr, short for Cloud Locker, is an ultra-secure cloud-based safe deposit box for your most valuable digital documents, accounts, and assets. Our services include all-in-one digital asset management with legacy planning and beneficiary management, password vault, digital vault and time capsule. All features are easy-to-use, secure and easily accessible at any time.

An average digital native (anyone with an email account), has more than 130 digital accounts. This includes, email ids, social media accounts, subscriptions, digital photo and video hosting platforms, bank accounts, crypto currencies, website domains, accounts to alumni networks, and the list goes on! All these accounts, when combined have immense monetary and sentimental value. Unclaimed/forgotten digital accounts are easy prey for identity theft and fraud. With Clocr, you can not only securely store, organize, and manage all these digital assets, it also allows you assign a beneficiary and legally pass them on, in case of any unforseen tragedy.

Our services include all-in-one digital asset management with legacy planning and beneficiary management, password vault, digital vault and time capsule. All features are easy-to-use, secure and easily accessible at any time.

All your digital accounts and assets form a part of your ‘digital estate’. While a simple solution might be just to keep a list of account credentials “in a safe place”, the fact that they might have the information to access to the accounts doesn’t necessarily mean that they have the legal authority to do so, especially when a website’s Terms of Service do not permit a transfer of ownership. In fact, heirs could potentially be found guilty of “hacking” by trying to access a loved one’s online accounts after he/she is gone, even if it was the individual’s dying wish. Clocr ensures that all your accounts follow the Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act (RUFADAA) of 2015. Clocr follows the RUFADAA guidelines that allow you to create a digital will that is legally-binding to keep your accounts safe now and even after you are not around.

Our top priority is Security:

  • We use the highest standard in network communications with 256-bit encryption and automatically encrypt your data.
  • We use state-of-the-art cloud providers to ensure round-the-clock on-site security.
  • We provide an option for subscribers to choose our proprietary (patent-pending) “shard security” that stores encrypted data shreds in multiple geographically located servers for additional security.