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My Latest Invention - SaveMySerials.com
Monday, June 22nd, 2009
For those of you who are not aware, about 3 months ago our house was broken into and we had a number of possessions stolen. The positive story out of this is that nothing of great sentimental value was stolen and no one was injured, however, it was a big pain losing things you are used to and you definitely feel violated in your own home.
During our insurance claims I realized that I was completely un-prepared for this to happen. I also started thinking what if I was to have a fire, something to flood, or whatever else I couldn't predict.
So as my payback to those who broke into my house, I decided to create SaveMySerials. This is a very basic site, which allows you to enter the model and serial numbers of all your products, add any comments, add a picture, and save the estimated value. You then have them backed up in another location. The most important part in all of this is that you are prepared. Had we had the serial numbers on our television and computer it's possible that our possessions would have been discovered before they were taken market-side.
Another feature that I think is great is the ability to send the listing to others via email. This works great for emailing to family, police, or to your insurance agent to confirm that you do indeed have the amount of coverage necessary.
So when you get a chance, check out SaveMySerials and please do not hesitate to provide feedback, ideas, likes, dislikes, or anything else you may think of.
SerialSavin' Tom Out.
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