European based email service starting at $39.00 or $9.95 per year. Users can draft email messages ahead of time to be sent posthumously along with photos, videos, and audio recordings. The service guarantees that your memorial will remain online for 20 years following your death. Requires that you grant a passcode to a friend or relative who will activate the delivery process. Users are given 21 days to cancel sending after the delivery is triggered.
|Digital Estate Planning|
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