What would happen if your items could talk? What kinds of stories would they tell?
I talked about the answers to these questions and more with Kat Ellis, Tom Plant, and Gaea Norvell on an episode of the Chords, Vines, and Dines talk radio show.
As we discussed, most Americans are underinsured. While insurance policies seemingly cover your home and everything inside, they often leave out items’ total histories and, thus, their true significance—financially and emotionally.
This is where the WorthPoint® Vault (now in beta) comes into play. By truly taking stock of what you have, you can safeguard the things that are most important to you ahead of any disaster.
You can listen to our entire conversation here, starting around 06:15.
Will Seippel is the CEO and founder of WorthPoint, the world’s largest provider of information about art, antiques, and collectibles. An Inc. 500 Company, WorthPoint is used by individuals and organizations seeking credible valuations on everything from cameras to coins. WorthPoint counts the Salvation Army, Habitat for Humanity, and the IRS among its clients.