Are Your Valuables Really Secure In A Bank Safe Deposit Box?
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Here are a few of the risks:
|In the past year, numerous financial institutions have had private client information stolen by hackers. At USPV, we have no personal data except your iris scan, which is encrypted.|
|If presented with a court order, your bank is obligated by law to release all account information (including your safe deposit box number and the branch where it is located). Within a matter of hours access to your box could be frozen.|
|In the event of a financial crisis or national emergency, the government could declare a "bank holiday" to prevent the collapse of the banking system. It happened before in 1933. If this were to occur, you would be unable to access to your bank safe deposit box. Since USPV is not a financial institution, USPV would remain open.|
|In the event of a terrorist "cyber attack" your personal banking information (which is stored on your bank's central server), could be compromised or lost, and with it, the ability to access your bank safe deposit box.|