MEMORY KEEPING 101 – THE BEST PLACE TO STORE YOUR IMAGES
Who is Forever and Why Have I Never Heard of Them?
I have one very important thing I need to tell you and I need you to think seriously about it. If you aren’t paying for your photo storage, then someone is and you are the product. Even if you do pay for your storage, you probably have no idea what terms you acknowledged when you signed up and as soon as you stop paying, your photos will disappear.
I can hear you out there and you aren’t happy. You want to tell me why I am wrong. That’s OK. You’re thinking:
- “I pay a lot for my iPhone/Android and this is one of my benefits.”
- “I pay to store everything on the Cloud.”
- “I pay for my photo prints/digital photobooks from Snapfish/Shutterfly/Mixbook/Mpix/Etc., so it’s not free.”
- “Me and all my friends share photos on Google Photos/Drive and we’ve never had a problem.”
- “I have a Prime account with Amazon, so I know you are way off base.”
- “Well, I use Dropbox, so there!”
- “I copied and pasted one of those announcements on my feed about Facebook not being able to use my photos.”
I hear you and I used to be just like you. In fact, I have lot of photos on my Android phone. I have two Dropbox accounts. I use Google Drive in my business and have shared on Google Photos. I have photos scattered across several photo printing sites. However, I haven’t fallen for the copy and paste stuff on Facebook.
Now, I have a question for you. Did you actually read the terms of the agreement you approved when you turned your photos over to whoever has them?
- Did you give them permission to mine your photos for marketing purposes?
- Can they sell your photos to third parties as stock photos?
- Did they warn you they carried no responsibility if your photos disappeared?
- Did they tell you they could compress and/or reformat your photos?
- Did they tell you when you died your account would no longer exist?
- Did they tell you they had the right to delete your photos whenever they so desired?
- Did you read the part which explains when your photos become their property?
- Do you know what will happen to your photos if they start charging for their storage and you don’t pay?
I could go on, but I think you are beginning to understand the problem. Now you are ready to consider Forever:
It’s simple. If you aren’t paying for your storage with money, then you are the product. If you are paying for your storage with anyone one else besides Forever, you (or someone) is going to have to pay for it month by month or year by year from now on.
Only with Forever do you pay once and own your storage space. Only with Forever are your photos safe for your life, plus 100 years, guaranteed. Only with Forever can you be sure your photos won’t lead to advertising you didn’t want. Only with Forever can you be sure your photos won’t end up being used for marketing or on some stock photo site without your knowledge and to someone else’s benefit. Only with Forever can you set up a succession plan past your own lifetime.
In simple terms, the rest of those guys have set up their companies to turn a profit for their shareholders. That’s who they are responsible to, not you. Forever is set up completely different. They use the model of an insurance company rather than like those other photo companies. When you pay for your storage with Forever, most of your money goes into a fund to provide photo storage into perpetuity, not to the bottom line to satisfy their shareholders.
Forever has a lot of other services and they are happy for you to pay them for digitizing your physical images, printing photos, coffee mugs and other products, as well as selling photo photobooks. They’ll gladly pocket the profit of these activities, but if you buy storage from them, then you’ve purchased the best digital photo storage in the world and no one will ever have to pay another penny for it.
If you hadn’t heard of Forever until you read this post, that’s because they don’t have a marketing budget like the rest of those guys. They are sold strictly by network marketing. If you’re interested, I’d love to tell you more, including all the ways to save money on Forever products.
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