Digital Locksmiths Can Help Access a Loved One’s Important Assets

It happens. Computers left behind by a loved one become locked boxes. Accounts become frozen. Treasured digital assets are lost. Now a new service is available that helps survivors unlock digital content.

Digital Estate Services ( is here to help. Their service can help unlock local files, recover user names and passwords for online accounts, and find important documents from a spouse or loved one’s computer in the event that they didn’t leave access.

    2 Responses to Digital Locksmiths Can Help Access a Loved One’s Important Assets

    1. Larry July 29, 2010 at 2:39 am #

      I just want to say I’m really thankful these guys are around. We are in no emotional condition to start suing Myspace, Facebook and other online giants. They were sensitive and professional and got the job done. We got back memories no parent should ever be deprived of.

    2. John Romano July 29, 2010 at 10:12 pm #

      Very often the content on these large networks is important to the people left behind, but the terms of services and lack of access often leave loved ones cut off from important memories.

      Larry, we often see new services like this but only seldom do we hear from people who have used them. Thanks.

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