Everybody leaves traces behind when they die. Not only in the hearts of their loved ones, but in today’s world in the form of digital trails as well. Many people are very active in this area; and these activities are likely to increase in the near future, because there will be ever more possibilities. From smartphones to laptops, MacBooks, streaming services, customer accounts, online contracts, and social media profiles to shopping accounts and auction portals (to name but a few).
Nowadays the internet offers many – practically unlimited – possibilities for participating.
The sheer number of portals, platforms and websites is so overwhelming that it is difficult to keep track of even one’s own accounts and contractual obligations, let alone those of a deceased relative. Where was he or she active? Are there any open orders, running costs, or subscriptions? Who has to be informed of his or her death? It would be terrible to receive birthday cards, mailings, or reminders of unpaid bills to a loved one years after his or her death!
As of now, Pacem Digital is your powerful partner for efficient, appropriate and comprehensive services involving a person’s digital estate.
After a relative’s death, the bereaved consult the undertaker of their choice to handle the formalities. This is where our services come into play. During the consultation with the bereaved, the undertaker should point out the matter of the digital estate and advise their customers how to handle it. The undertaker then receives the order from the bereaved, passes it on to us at Pacem Digital, and we take care of everything – quickly, simply, and efficiently. With the necessary expertise and the right approach we support the bereaved in a reverent and appropriate way in managing the digital estate – without any legal obstacles and emotional disputes with the various providers. Undertakers benefit as well, since they usually don’t have the necessary contacts and time to offer this service themselves.
Pacem Digital’s services are available to undertakers and funeral homes.
As a relative of a deceased person please consult the undertaker of your choice.
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