LastPost.com launches email and letters afterlife service

lastpost LastPost.com launches email and letters afterlife serviceRemembrance website LastPost.com has introduced a new email and letter service.

Users can send up to 10 free emails immediately after death and store letters for delivery many years later. Letters can be sent to coincide with anniversaries, birthdays, weddings, births, graduations, and other special days.

“The World Health Organisation estimates that 1 person dies every 30 seconds in a car crash” says Andrew Campbell, the Founder and CEO of LastPost.com, “not having an opportunity to say goodbye makes the loss of a loved one even harder to bear. Our service provides peace of mind for a sender and support and encouragement for recipients.”

“By storing letters for younger family members, senders can be at important life events in spirit even if they can’t be there in person,” Campbell adds.

Last Post is a UK, EU, and US trademark of Last Post Limited. Founded in 2006 by Andrew Campbell and based in London, UK, the company aims to build the biggest and most secure store of delayed mail in the world.

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  1. This is the first free site I’ve found for sending emails after death, has anybody else use this website?

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